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Emily Lindin
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Dr. Willie Parker Jul 19
For those of you who haven’t looked at your latest copy of teen vogue on line 😉, here’s my open letter to the US Senate.
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Emily Lindin Jul 19
Same! I’m very glad they did this interview
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Emily Lindin Jul 19
Watching on and this is the kind of leadership we need now
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Miss Representation Jul 19
“To all the survivors out there, don't let anyone rewrite your story. Your truth does matter. You matter. And you are not alone.” - , via
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Feminist Majority Jul 17
“I remember the days when being a woman was a pre-existing condition. When poor women and women of color were denied access to healthcare. That is what Trump and Kavanaugh want to bring us back to.”
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Emily Lindin Jul 18
Replying to @EmilyLindin
It’s also worth pointing out that this is not the only place this happens in our country
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Emily Lindin Jul 18
We are shackling pregnant women.
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Jaclyn Friedman❄️ Jul 18
Actually we’re outraged because we’re forced to have far too much “infant contact” with manbabies like you and your followers.
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Emily Lindin Jul 18
The men might have taken advantage of the victim’s inebriated state, said the judges, but aggravated circumstances still did not apply since she was not forced to drink the alcohol.
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Emily Lindin Jul 18
“Native women bear the burdens of negative health impacts from historical trauma borne out of past federal policies supporting genocide, forced migration, and cultural erasure.”
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Michelle Wolf Jul 17
Oh sure but women are the ones who get “but when you said no did you really mean it? In that tank top?”
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Soraya Chemaly Jul 18
This is horrifying, but note, per Facebook no racism is directed specifically at a "negro boy", so this "acceptable". The little girl's face, however, is being held forcibly underwater. She's being drowned. It never occurs to anyone that this is violent and also a violation.
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Soraya Chemaly Jul 17
1000s. As detentions increase so do assaults. Only way a pregnant girl in custody can get access to comprehensive reproductive care and an abortion is if rabid anti-woman, anti-choice ideologue Scott Lloyd says she can. He decides "when circumstances are appropriate." So never.
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Danielle Campoamor Jul 16
Replying to @bustle @carafem @PPFA
This week in 's : What does the room where you get an abortion look like? We took a look at & facilities where medication & surgical abortions take place. Contrary to what anti-choicers say, they're not scary.
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Emily Lindin Jul 16
“Most women of childbearing age will eventually find their bodies offered up as governable property.”
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Eliza Skinner Jul 16
These dudes out here are still getting upset about this tweet. They feel I’m trying to steal their masculinity. For real. With THIS tweet. No. When I’m stealing your masculinity, you’ll know it. Anyway, if you are a man that is not that kind of damaged, please talk to your dudes.
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Emily Lindin Jul 16
amirite
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Renee Bracey Sherman Jul 16
Today is Ida B. Wells' birthday. She spent her life fighting to make sure the brutal violence of lynchings didn’t go unnoticed and that Black women’s voices were heard. We have to continue that legacy of writing and speaking out. This is why I’m a writer with .
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Emily Lindin Jul 15
Replying to @LindaHyphen
Beautiful!
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ss online+clinical Jul 6
Do your part to end slut shaming and sexual bullying in the classrooms, communities, media, and culture, by taking action. A comprehensive list of resources can be found on The UnSlut Project website. Together we can make a change.
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