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Election Signs and Cruelty

Okay, first let me begin by saying that I’m not really pro-choice. I don’t like the idea of abortion AT ALL and quite frankly, I don’t see myself ever being able to take away a baby’s life (even if it’s not technically a life yet – I know there’s a lot of debate about that). 517 more words

Anna reblogged this on and commented:

I am pro-life, however I believe that women should have the right to choose an abortion in certain circumstances. Furthermore, I agree that said sign is insulting to all women, and that is wrong.


It’s just under a month from mum’s 2nd anniversary. Not a good anniversary – the anniversary of when she lost a battle against pancreatic cancer. It wasn’t a long battle. 734 more words


The Right To Choose

Tonight, scripture from Galatians 5:18-25 tells me that I have the right to choose. I do not mean to choose to murder millions of innocent babies in their mother’s womb, but to choose the fruit of the Spirit or the works of the flesh. 170 more words


Vagina Rules

This is too much. Facebook, world news, local news, all of it. Real. Real shit going down that the ‘news’ isn’t telling us, that we can see and hear every day. 344 more words

Honoring Lilith Part 2: The Right to Choose.

Recently I had the Mirena IUD that I’d been meaning to get finally put it. I delayed and put it off because I was, I’ll admit, more than a little afraid: of the three women I know who have gotten an IUD, one describes it as the most painful experience she’s ever endured while another was in so much physical pain after the procedure that she was vomiting and unable to come to class that day (she texted me and asked that I make sure the teacher knew she wasn’t just being a bum about it). 1,450 more words


Ok, so I got into a debate with someone the other day, I assume another man, but I don’t know for sure, and the debate was generally on the the topic of drugs being legal/moral/etc. 1,542 more words

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Indian Freedom Struggles

The Indian Independence Day was celebrated on the 15th of August 2016 even as the nation is getting swept by the new fervor of nationalism, pride, and righteousness. 789 more words