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lauren booth May 24
mindblows me that women in Ireland can face upto 14 years in prison for having an abortion, which, if they were raped, is a longer sentence than their rapist would get?? 🙏🏼tomorrow let Irish women have rights to their own bodies!!! 🌎👭🤱🏽
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Molly  💪♀️ May 23
To all the men who say they're being discriminated against because of the women's rights movement: We couldn't vote Have our own passport Wear whatever we wanted Have certain jobs Work while pregnant Enlist in the military serve on a jury Men could 🖕
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Molly  💪♀️ May 22
Trump's cutting funding for any clinic that offers abortions OR even recommends the option He fails to realize that these places, like PP, offer a wide range of services for women's health. Pap smear, BC, prenatal care etc Viagra is still covered
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mahsti25 May 21
Masoumeh Jalilpour, who received a glass of acid during the rule of Mullahs in Iran! are not safe in
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Scouse Bird: Steph B 16h
I am so invested in this Irish referendum. I feel sick over it. Please do the right thing Ireland. Don’t let antiquated views block your progress as a civilised society.
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mahsti25 May 23
The Iranian regime's patrols are arresting the people on the beaches for various reasons, including hijab and ... These women show their protest against the suppression of people and women.
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mahsti25 53m
Brave women and girls in on truck strike Despite the suppression women by the mullahs, they are in all protest rallies and try to .
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NSB49 7h
So let me get this straight. Ireland legalized a women’s right to choose. In Israel a women has choices. But in America we want to put women in jail for making those same choices. Whose backwards?
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sharonloughran May 24
You are helping nobody by voting No, all them women who fought for women’s rights for us today would be turning in their graves over this referendum. Continue to go forward for our own futures, our daughters, nieces etc. not backwards.
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Hazel Hayes May 25
Delighted to see my twitter feed full of support to but as we all know, Twitter is a bubble The country is plastered in posters urging people to vote no and this will probably be a close call If you’re in the Motherland get out and for 💛
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Charlie Finn May 25
Solidarity to the women in Ireland today
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Michelle McManus 20h
I am a catholic but first and foremost I am a woman.
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Ivana Massetti 18h
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Democrats For Unity Organization 14h
California in 2015, had 353 family planning clinics receiving funding. They provide care to more than one million women, in California alone. Trump's decision to block trusted clinics from this program is an attack on women’s health and freedom.
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Síle Seoige 21h
With my heart thumping and with tears in my eyes...I proudly voted YES. Please, please let love shine. The women of Ireland have had enough of fear and shame.
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mahsti25 May 21
This woman says:Here is a Azadi stadium in , it's forbidden for We can not enter it unless we change ourselves in men form, change our clothes, our name & put a beard! Is not this a humiliation for women?😡
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Niamh Stack May 25
Come on Ireland make me proud of my homeland
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Paddyhoulihan May 24
I will be voting to .I do so for all the women in my life, my wife, sisters,friends and my daughters.They have to be allowed to make choices for their own body’s,for their own lives.I believe in them and I trust them.
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Cristín Leach 35m
Listen to Caitriona Crowe on now talking about women and rights in Ireland. After 1922 things started going backwards. History is SO important. To record, interrogate, learn from, see patterns in it.
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Clár Ní Fhearaíl May 24
Get your rosaries off my ovaries not eligible to go so please
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