I’m not a Democrat or a Republican. What I’m against is the bullying coming from the right. Always from the right. Always. This is a flat-out attempt to ridicule the bullies and throw some light on the heroes. I've got lots to work with.

I don't own any of these images but the snark is all mine.

10th September 2014

Photo reblogged from bethany's world with 12 notes

bethanysworld:

This woman! “I’m tired of Planned Parenthood getting kicked in the teeth.” - Representative Senfronia Thompson #texas #politics #government #txlege

bethanysworld:

This woman! “I’m tired of Planned Parenthood getting kicked in the teeth.” - Representative Senfronia Thompson #texas #politics #government #txlege

Tagged: planned parenthoodwomans rightswomens healthSenfronia Thompsonwar on womenreproductiontexastxlegegovernmentpolitics

14th March 2014

Photo reblogged from Vintage Sexual Health with 18 notes

vintagesexhealth:

Spiderman, defender of Planned Parenthood.
For a recent perspective, please feel free to mosey on over to Julie Sunday’s How to Have Sex in Texas.

vintagesexhealth:

Spiderman, defender of Planned Parenthood.

For a recent perspective, please feel free to mosey on over to Julie Sunday’s How to Have Sex in Texas.

Tagged: Planned ParenthoodSpidermanStan Leegraphic novelcomic bookswomens healthreproductionwomens rightsabortionprochoiceprolifeanitchoice

20th February 2014

Photo reblogged from En garde, fuckboy with 17 notes

ecl22:

Ferrari F12 vs. Uterus

ecl22:

Ferrari F12 vs. Uterus

Tagged: Ferrariuteruscarwomenreproduction

15th January 2014

Photoset reblogged from Mic with 1,470 notes

policymic:

Population Institute grades states based on women’s reproductive rights

If you could grade your state when it comes to its reproductive rights record, would it even pass?

That’s what the Population Institute set to find out. Despite the Affordable Care Act’s significant impact on women, America lags behind when it comes to ensuring women’s reproductive rights are protected. Half of all pregnancies in this country are unintended, and our teen pregnancy rate is higher than most developed countries. Family planning clinics have become the Republican Party’s new punching bag, while ludicrous laws regulating everything from water fountains to the size of janitor closets are being used to shut down clinics, under the guise of “safety.” Because nothing makes me feel more protected than knowing that brooms are stored comfortably.

Thanks to the GOP’s quest to take away women’s right to bodily autonomy, many states in America are failing when it comes to women’s health. The Population Institute, a non-profit organization that specializes in reproductive health, gave the United States a C- grade in its latest report. That means if America was a student, it would probably need to be grounded by its parents.

So how does you state fare? 

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Tagged: war on womenwomens healthwomens rightsplanned parenthoodreproductionbabiesfetusesabortionprochoiceprolifeantichoice

26th October 2013

Photo reblogged from Rise Against, but with a C. with 117,871 notes

ducksforyou:

mabuhaymofos:

sasameke-:

mabuhaymofos:

carlossbeautifulass:

aunteeblazer:

dickcraft:

When u wakeup and realize you’re on your period

basically 

every fucking month i swear

This happened to me this morning

lets play the ‘lets scare the men of tumblr for life’ game! :D

OMG I LOVE THAT GAME

And you guys have won that game.

ducksforyou:

mabuhaymofos:

sasameke-:

mabuhaymofos:

carlossbeautifulass:

aunteeblazer:

dickcraft:

When u wakeup and realize you’re on your period

basically 

every fucking month i swear

This happened to me this morning

lets play the ‘lets scare the men of tumblr for life’ game! :D

OMG I LOVE THAT GAME

And you guys have won that game.

Tagged: womenmenstruationperiodsbloodwomens healthreproductionwomens bodiesmisogyny

Source: drususdarksoul

5th February 2013

Photo reblogged from Torn Citizen with 9 notes

torncitizen:

So today was my school’s teacher swap day, and I won the position of my theology teacher.
A kid in my third period asked me where babies come from.
I answered by drawing the female reproductive system and labeling the uterus “Here.”

torncitizen:

So today was my school’s teacher swap day, and I won the position of my theology teacher.

A kid in my third period asked me where babies come from.

I answered by drawing the female reproductive system and labeling the uterus “Here.”

Tagged: theologybiologyanatomyuteruspregnancybabiesherewomens healthreproduction

8th September 2012

Photo reblogged from poprocksjello with 16 notes

poprocksjello:

Lady parts

poprocksjello:

Lady parts

Tagged: Republican idiotsRepublicanTodd AkinMitt RomneyPaul Ryanelectionwar on womenwomens rightswomens healthwomens biologyrapereproductionhaving babies

24th April 2012

Photo reblogged from The Daily with 306 notes

thedailyfeed:

Scary but true: There was a time when people thought education “diverted women’s finite supply of energy from the female reproductive organs to the brain.”
The second half of the 19th century witnessed a broad movement to provide higher education to women; by 1890, 63 percent of the 1,082 colleges in the country admitted women. Meanwhile, opponents warned that higher ed encouraged independence in women and threatened marriage and the family. Professor Virginia G. Drachman explains this fascinating history:

The man most responsible for popularizing this view was Dr. Edward H. Clarke, a professor at Harvard Medical College. In 1873, Clarke published “Sex in Education, or, A Fair Chance for the Girls” to explain to the general reader the dangers of higher education to women’s health. Based on the prevailing theory of conservation of energy, that the sum of all energy in the body is constant, Clarke warned that excessive study diverted women’s finite supply of energy from the female reproductive organs to the brain. The consequence was a breakdown in women’s health, specifically in their reproductive organs, which ultimately threatened the health of future generations.
Clarke warned young women contemplating college to avoid intellectual strain at least one week every month. Young women ignoring his advice by studying “every day of the school year, just as boys do,” risked a panoply of ailments, from painful menstruation and general weakness to hysteria, sterility and even death.

thedailyfeed:

Scary but true: There was a time when people thought education “diverted women’s finite supply of energy from the female reproductive organs to the brain.”

The second half of the 19th century witnessed a broad movement to provide higher education to women; by 1890, 63 percent of the 1,082 colleges in the country admitted women. Meanwhile, opponents warned that higher ed encouraged independence in women and threatened marriage and the family. Professor Virginia G. Drachman explains this fascinating history:

The man most responsible for popularizing this view was Dr. Edward H. Clarke, a professor at Harvard Medical College. In 1873, Clarke published “Sex in Education, or, A Fair Chance for the Girls” to explain to the general reader the dangers of higher education to women’s health. Based on the prevailing theory of conservation of energy, that the sum of all energy in the body is constant, Clarke warned that excessive study diverted women’s finite supply of energy from the female reproductive organs to the brain. The consequence was a breakdown in women’s health, specifically in their reproductive organs, which ultimately threatened the health of future generations.

Clarke warned young women contemplating college to avoid intellectual strain at least one week every month. Young women ignoring his advice by studying “every day of the school year, just as boys do,” risked a panoply of ailments, from painful menstruation and general weakness to hysteria, sterility and even death.

Tagged: reproductionwomens rightswomens healthsciencevaginabrainuterus