Prolifers ARE Bullies.

roxxxanne:

Signs we made to protest the pro-life protest. Your body your choice! #wmu #prochoice (at Flagpoles)

roxxxanne:

Signs we made to protest the pro-life protest. Your body your choice! #wmu #prochoice (at Flagpoles)

(via rhrealitycheck)

choosechoice:

Rebloggable by request

choosechoice:

Rebloggable by request

drowsyfantasy:

If you rape someone, it doesn’t matter that you’re only 16.

If you rape someone, it doesn’t matter that you cry like a child in court.

If you rape someone, it doesn’t matter that you had a promising future.

if you rape someone, it doesn’t matter that your life is destroyed.

If you rape someone, it should haunt you for the rest of your life. 

You raped someone. 

You deserve every ounce of justice we can place upon you in court of law. 

(via that-nurse-feminist-deactivated)

redefiningbodyimage:

queerpositive:

buttscuiteer:

raverjesus:

loveyourrebellion:

D.C. Launches First Ever Transgender Respect Ad Campaign

Yes, good.

I will respect these posters forever because they put a genderfluid/genderqueer/whatever person. That is normally so overlooked.

This campaign has a lot of awesome stuff going for it.

1) Transgender PoC make up about half the face of the campaign.

2) There is a genderqueer person (!!) and their caption respectfully uses “person” instead of man or woman.

3) Plus-sized trans* people for the win!

4) Finally a campaign explicitly for trans* people that emphasizes our deserving respect and courtesy.

5) The transgender women and men are included in “any woman/man” which is huge because it emphasizes that trans* women and men are women and men too; it leaves no room for argument and doesn’t turn it into a debate about genitals.

6) Emphasis on our being a part of the communities we live in. We aren’t any different than anyone else.

I really love the DC Transgender Respect campaign and I wish more states and cities would launch stuff like this!

- Jax

^^^ All very good and true.  I saw this floating around months ago, and I’m glad it’s back, because it is a great example of how to do a visibility campaign in a way that is really inclusive and honest and respectful. 

Way to go DC.

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(via thefeministpress)

fuckyeahwomenprotesting2:

fuckyeahfeminists:

theycallmekittyy:

obscenelove:

theviolentflame:

rhrealitycheck:

Moral Panic! 
Dissecting the Newest Misinformation Campaign about Emergency Contraception

Whenever I’ve taken the plan B pill I’ve felt really nauseous afterward. Doctors give you gravol with it for a reason.

Not to mention you should really never take it more than three times in your lifetime because the changes that your body undergoes is brutal. 

^ Thank you A!! I actually didn’t know that!! Good life advice.

Uh, that is completely untrue. Please don’t listen to random amateurs on Tumblr. The original post actually has scientific PROVEN research to support it. There is absolutely NO lifetime limites and it doesn’t change your body except inhibit ovulation. That’s NOT brutal (for the avg person anyway).

Yeah there are no major changes and no lifetime limit and while it as safe as aspirin it still has immediate side effects. 
The nausea thing is a fact though and I found it really bad however I am the only person I know to have the reaction. Everyone else had nausea but they felt fine after 15 or 30 minutes. 

fuckyeahwomenprotesting2:

fuckyeahfeminists:

theycallmekittyy:

obscenelove:

theviolentflame:

rhrealitycheck:

Moral Panic

Dissecting the Newest Misinformation Campaign about Emergency Contraception

Whenever I’ve taken the plan B pill I’ve felt really nauseous afterward. Doctors give you gravol with it for a reason.

Not to mention you should really never take it more than three times in your lifetime because the changes that your body undergoes is brutal. 

^ Thank you A!! I actually didn’t know that!! Good life advice.

Uh, that is completely untrue. Please don’t listen to random amateurs on Tumblr. The original post actually has scientific PROVEN research to support it. There is absolutely NO lifetime limites and it doesn’t change your body except inhibit ovulation. That’s NOT brutal (for the avg person anyway).

Yeah there are no major changes and no lifetime limit and while it as safe as aspirin it still has immediate side effects. 

The nausea thing is a fact though and I found it really bad however I am the only person I know to have the reaction. Everyone else had nausea but they felt fine after 15 or 30 minutes. 

(via fuckyeahwomenprotesting)

On my brief walk to get food, I encountered a gay couple.

usmc-oorah:

And upon seeing them both together, it reminded me that someone’s happiness and relationship doesn’t determine my own, or influence who I want to marry. I don’t really see what’s so difficult to understand about that.

(Source: usmc-ductus-exemplo, via choosechoice)

standupfordownthere:

Feministing just released their online report, #femfuture: Online Revolution. Check it out here. 

(Source: prochoiceamerica, via provoice)