PLEASE reblog this. I heard nothing about this until today, when one of my friends in Mississippi said she saw protesters outside her local Planned Parenthood talking about “Something 26”. (This is Amendment 26.)
DO NOT LET THIS FLY UNDER THE RADAR. GET THE WORD OUT.
“One of the protestors representing Pro-Life Mississippi, Cal Zastrow, said, “We’re also campaigning for the Personhood amendment that’s on the ballot this fall, it’s number 26, it defines the word ‘person’ as a human being at fertilization. We think Mississippi should lead the nation in protecting every pre-born baby by love and by law.”“
“Our findings demonstrate that sexist humor is not simply benign amusement. For men who have sexist attitudes it can create a perceived social norm of tolerance of discrimination against women, and as a result, increase personal tolerance of discrimination against women and even increase willingness to engage in sexist behavior without fears of disapproval.”—
This is a great idea, because everybody’s knows that abortions are a classic impulse buy — one of those things you toss into the cart at checkout, like Us Weekly or Sugar Babies! …That’s why I am giving a well-deserved tip of my hat to South Dakota. Now let’s be clear, folks: this abortion law (requiring a three-day waiting period to get an abortion) is not limiting a woman’s rights. As South Dakota Dennis Daugaard said, ‘I hope that women who are considering abortion will use this three-day period to make good choices.’ See? He’s clearly pro-choice, in that he sometimes uses the word ‘choice.’
Now personally, I think any procedure a doctor performs should have a three-day waiting period — unless that procedure is to save the life of a handgun, because in South Dakota, there is no waiting period for guns of any kind! South Dakota backs a woman’s right to choose — as long as it’s between a .45 and a semi-automatic.
Natalie McDonald, who appears on page 159 of Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, was a real person. She was a nine-year-old girl from Toronto, Canada, who was dying of leukaemia. She wrote to JK Rowling asking what was going to happen in the next Harry Potter book as she would not live long enough to read it. The kindly author emailed back, but Natalie had died a day earlier. In tribute, she became a first-year student at Hogwarts named by the Sorting Hat in Gryffindor - the house for the brave at heart - in the fourth book.
All of the people who are upset that they’re “slut-shamed” are simply feeling defensive about their promiscuity because they know they’re doing something wrong.
Honestly, it’s biology 101. Men are biologically supposed to multiply as…
Guys, gals, anyone in between that reads my blog - I want you to know that feminists are sexist, but men can fuck anything and or anyone they want to with impunity but women can’t or else they deserve to be shamed, because nature I said so.
Every day is opposite day over at Feminists are Sexist!
Lol piss off OP. I’ve never had sex or been in a relationship at all and I support women and men having consensual sex with whoever and however many partners they damn well please. It’s not wrong. They don’t deserve to be shamed for it, they’re not harming anybody and it’s not your business. Kindly STFU and GTFO.