(Source: wheatthinaddict)

(Reblogged from pro-choice-or-no-voice)
(Reblogged from choosechoice)

BREAKING: An out of touch minority in the Senate just blocked birth control access and the Not My Boss’ Business Act. They had the chance to do the right thing, making sure bosses’ decisions stayed in the boardroom and out of your bedroom. Instead, they did what the Supreme Court did two weeks ago: they got it wrong. We are going to do our own roll call. Are you one of the 99%?
(from the National Women’s Law Center and the This Is Personal campaign)

BREAKING: An out of touch minority in the Senate just blocked birth control access and the Not My Boss’ Business Act. They had the chance to do the right thing, making sure bosses’ decisions stayed in the boardroom and out of your bedroom. Instead, they did what the Supreme Court did two weeks ago: they got it wrong. We are going to do our own roll call. Are you one of the 99%?

(from the National Women’s Law Center and the This Is Personal campaign)

liberalisnotadirtyword:

poliscrutiny101:

Woman now you should be angry even more. We need every woman to vote. The Senate, all GOP refused to undo #SCOTUS#NotMyBossBusiness ruling.

We just need to make sure we don’t wind up replacing these five Justices with someone worse — which means keeping the White House and the Senate blue.
Which means VOTING.
Nov. 4, 2014. Do it.

liberalisnotadirtyword:

poliscrutiny101:

Woman now you should be angry even more. We need every woman to vote. The Senate, all GOP refused to undo #SCOTUS
#NotMyBossBusiness ruling.

We just need to make sure we don’t wind up replacing these five Justices with someone worse — which means keeping the White House and the Senate blue.

Which means VOTING.

Nov. 4, 2014. Do it.

(Reblogged from truth-has-a-liberal-bias)
(Reblogged from thespinsterette)
liberalsarecool:

#vote
Make a difference.

liberalsarecool:

#vote

Make a difference.

(Reblogged from truth-has-a-liberal-bias)
(Reblogged from pro-choice-or-no-voice)

ppaction:

ppaction:

It’s no secret that the attacks on women’s health have dramatically increased over the past few years, but that doesn’t make seeing the lineup any less breathtaking.

But there’s a solution: The Women’s Health Protection Act will stop these outrageous laws that are undermining women’s health and rights in state after state. In today’s political climate, Roe isn’t enough—and we’re not done fighting for women’s health and rights. Tell Congress to support the Women’s Health Protection Act now.

Today, the Senate Judiciary Committee heard the Women’s Health Protection Act — an act that would put in place real protections for reproductive health and rights, and fight back against the relentless, dangerous, and backwards attacks. Here’s why we need it.

(Reblogged from ppaction)
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