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Mara McEwin Jun 5
Vote her out 🗳 Collins continues to vote for Trump’s anti-abortion judges
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Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg Jun 5
Cis men: Time to show up. Raise your voices, use the hashtag, and donate money to . Because as important as your voice is—please do use it—women aren’t going to keep their right to autonomy with hashtag use alone. The fight needs to be funded, too.
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Jeff Merkley Jun 5
Far too often, women are the only ones speaking out on draconian attempts to take away reproductive freedom. But these attacks are attacks on all of us, and I’m proud to be a part of . No one should be sitting out this fight.
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Amee Vanderpool Jun 5
Elizabeth Warren: "I don't support the Hyde Amendment and I will lead the fight to have it overturned." (via ) For the record, THIS is the appropriate response for any Democratic candidate running for president in 2020.
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Eric Swalwell Jun 6
I want to tell every young man in America today, you have a duty and responsibility to link arms with women to make sure that they have a right to choose and that the government is never a part of that right. March with women & fight together!
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Rep. Donald McEachin Jun 5
7 in 10 Americans support access to safe, legal abortion and I count myself among them. I vow to always fight for reproductive freedom and gender equity. Proud to be one of the many and I urge other men to join me in this fight.
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Eliza Orlins Jun 5
Hey Men!! Yes, I’m talking to you. Do you support women? Do you believe in protecting reproductive freedom? Then we need you. We need you to speak up in support of safe, legal abortion access. Use the hashtags:
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Jan Schakowsky Jun 5
The Trump Admin strikes again. Now, their antiscience & anti-choice agenda will stop critical biomedical research on vaccines & treatments for HIV, cancer, Parkinson’s & other illnesses. Their impacts all of us.
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Matt Browner Hamlin Jun 5
We all know what this wave of extreme bans on abortion is meant to do: control women and punish women. It's time for men to stand up and speak out.
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Amee Vanderpool Jun 5
Women's issues, particularly fighting the abortion bans will be big leading up to 2020 and it won't just be women demanding that we push the dial on equality-there are a lot of good men in this fight. Who's with us? ✊🏻❤️
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Rep. Jamie Raskin Jun 5
Our Judiciary hearing yesterday examined sweeping threats to repro rights that are right out of the Handmaid's Tale. We must stand by Roe v. Wade & stop states from criminalizing women & doctors. As a pro-choice ally, I stand w/ who are fighting to .
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Martin Heinrich Jun 5
Health care decisions should be left to women and their doctors, period.
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Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights Jun 15
“I fully believe that the events we endured together provided us with the learning to grow into stronger, more capable adults,” Derek said. “We were afforded the opportunity to pursue our own happier, productive livelihoods.”
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Baratunde Jun 5
Abortion is not an easy choice, but I think that choice is best handled by women, their families, & their doctors. For a government, dominated by men, to force women to bear children against their will is simply wrong.
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Lesley Handel Jun 5
Replying to @LesleyHandel
Apparently people don't understand that by the time a woman needs a late-term abortion she's well into a wanted pregnancy. Please take the time to listen to Nicole Stewart tell her story of finding herself in this position.
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Steve Cohen Jun 5
The rights of women across this nation are under attack. Anti-choice politicians across the U.S. are passing extreme bills that are designed to roll back & undermine the constitutional right to choice. We must .
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Llyw Jun 5
My wife and I tried for years before our child was born. Multiple miscarriages. It was deeply painful, but I can imagine how much worse it would have been without access to reproductive care, or being treated like the losses were intentional. It makes me so angry.
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ᵗᵃʸˡᵒʳ 🆘 Jun 5
Because it’s not my body. Because it’s not my business. Because empowering the state to force women to bear children is authoritarian and cruel. Because I see through bad-faith arguments. Because I trust women to do what’s best and right for them.
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Antonio Arellano Jun 5
Let women choose! Men need to stand up and speak out for our mothers, sisters, and daughters.
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Peter Daou Jun 5
The GOP's vicious assault on women's rights and health is one of the defining battles of our time. A woman's right to determine what happens inside her body is NOT NEGOTIABLE.
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