frickityfrackthatwaswack

frickityfrackthatwaswack:

thegeniusconservative:

I drunkenly fucked this girl at a party once. I never really liked her much but she had been wanting my dick for a long time because I’m so smart so I thought I might as well. Aint every day you get free, eager pussy, you know? With my crippling fear of false rape accusations that are very…

You are one fucked up motherfucker.

You put it mildly.

kfadich
kfadich:

apersnicketylemon:

antiprolife:

un-sinkableships:

Sidewalk “counselors” are absolute shit human beings. Don’t kid yourself. All you’re doing is harassing innocent women.

"What if you knew the exact time & place somebody was going to pick up their birth control, have an abortion or have an STI test? Do you have a moral obligation to harass them, call them awful names, and attempt to prevent them from doing something you don’t like, even though you don’t know their situation or what they’re actually doing there?”
Harassing and possibly harming people is not okay even if you believe you are doing it for the right reasons. 

Besides, don’t you have a moral obligation to help the thousands of already born children who will be beaten to death, starve to death, be murdered by pedophiles/an abusive parent BEFORE you harrass people you don’t even know and force more children into potentially awful situations?

I was once followed home by a “sidewalk counselor”… Yep. I was young and poor (really really poor) and lived across the street from the only hospital in town that did abortions. The abortion clinic door was pretty much across the street and down the block from my front door. They were protesting and assumed that because I was young and clearly poor and female that I obviously could only be in that neighborhood because I needed an abortion. So they yelled and spit and followed me. Across the street and up the block. To tell me not to abort an nonexistent fetus. 
So please don’t tell me that they they are doing good work. They are harassing and abusing.

kfadich:

apersnicketylemon:

antiprolife:

un-sinkableships:

Sidewalk “counselors” are absolute shit human beings. Don’t kid yourself. All you’re doing is harassing innocent women.

"What if you knew the exact time & place somebody was going to pick up their birth control, have an abortion or have an STI test? Do you have a moral obligation to harass them, call them awful names, and attempt to prevent them from doing something you don’t like, even though you don’t know their situation or what they’re actually doing there?”

Harassing and possibly harming people is not okay even if you believe you are doing it for the right reasons. 

Besides, don’t you have a moral obligation to help the thousands of already born children who will be beaten to death, starve to death, be murdered by pedophiles/an abusive parent BEFORE you harrass people you don’t even know and force more children into potentially awful situations?

I was once followed home by a “sidewalk counselor”… Yep.
I was young and poor (really really poor) and lived across the street from the only hospital in town that did abortions.
The abortion clinic door was pretty much across the street and down the block from my front door.
They were protesting and assumed that because I was young and clearly poor and female that I obviously could only be in that neighborhood because I needed an abortion. So they yelled and spit and followed me.
Across the street and up the block. To tell me not to abort an nonexistent fetus.

So please don’t tell me that they they are doing good work. They are harassing and abusing.

pro-choice-or-no-voice

Anonymous asked:

Ughh, people that are infertile and want pregnant people to carry to term so they can adopt a newborn make me so upset. I think that is just SO selfish. There are too many children, who aren't newborns, waiting for a safe and supportive family. But these people so DESPERATELY want a newborn that they'll completely ignore other, older children, all the while calling the pregnant person selfish for considering abortion. It boggles the mind.

pro-choice-or-no-voice answered:

^^^

thehowlingwolf
thehowlingwolf:

oh-snap-pro-choice:

idreamincat:

420ginger:

justprochoicethings:

Seriously. You want to be coddled from birth to grave? Talk about feminist entitlement.

Buy your fucking Viagra yourself, you cheap sack of shit.

^^^ yup agreed. And also these employees are getting it through the insurance THEY FUCKING PAY FOR. You dipshit. This is about bosses being able to dictate what healthcare you get that you yourself are paying into. So no, these people are not asking for the government to pay for their birth control. They’re asking to have the full range of contraceptive methods that they are entitled to and pay insurance for. Fuck hobby lobby. And fuck for profit companies who want to pick and choose other peoples healthcare for them and whine like little fucking babies about it.

Also the fact that people are now using this ruling to deny employment to members of the LGBTQ+ communityBut that doesn’t matter We’re obviously being coddled by wanting our medical care covered AND not wanting individual religion to dictate the lives of others-Ash

Funny how they talk about “feminist entitlement” when they are the ones that feel that THEY are entitled to women’s bodies and making choices for women. Also, do they not know how to make an argument without calling women degrading names such as “cheap hag”???

thehowlingwolf:

oh-snap-pro-choice:

idreamincat:

420ginger:

justprochoicethings:

Seriously. You want to be coddled from birth to grave? Talk about feminist entitlement.

Buy your fucking Viagra yourself, you cheap sack of shit.

^^^ yup agreed. And also these employees are getting it through the insurance THEY FUCKING PAY FOR. You dipshit. This is about bosses being able to dictate what healthcare you get that you yourself are paying into. So no, these people are not asking for the government to pay for their birth control. They’re asking to have the full range of contraceptive methods that they are entitled to and pay insurance for. Fuck hobby lobby. And fuck for profit companies who want to pick and choose other peoples healthcare for them and whine like little fucking babies about it.

Also the fact that people are now using this ruling to deny employment to members of the LGBTQ+ community
But that doesn’t matter
We’re obviously being coddled by wanting our medical care covered AND not wanting individual religion to dictate the lives of others
-Ash

Funny how they talk about “feminist entitlement” when they are the ones that feel that THEY are entitled to women’s bodies and making choices for women. Also, do they not know how to make an argument without calling women degrading names such as “cheap hag”???

arguing-about-abortions

arguing-about-abortions:

freestep69:

arguing-about-abortions:

freestep69:

oh-snap-pro-choice:

grownupstruggles:

As I understand, there are many methods to prevent pregnancy. So if you really don’t want to get pregnant then you should take the necessary precautions, otherwise you are just plain being irresponsible. I also understand that accidents happen even when people take the necessary precautions. In this case there are still other options besides abortion. Example, the morning after pill. (This prevents pregnancy and is not abortion) It may be unpleasant but, as I hear, so is abortion and pregnancy. It is not an over the counter drug and is easy to get. If by some miracle you still get pregnant, then yes it is unfortunate and ultimately up to you. As I mentioned earlier there are PLENTY of other options besides abortion.

There are many methods, but there’s a problem; accessibility, education, and safety. Plenty of people lack one or more of these. 

Accessibility: A person may not have the finances to acquire birth control. They may not have a low cost clinic, and/or clinic hours may be impractical with their work schedule. They may not have the transportation means to reliably visit a clinic and/or pick up a prescription. They may be minors who require parent’s permission in getting a prescription. 

Education: They may believe that birth control is too ineffective to be worth it due to poor sex education. They may not have knowledge on where to get pills. A person might not be properly informed as to how to correctly use their birth control method.

Safety: Birth control may not be safe for a person. Some people cannot take hormonal birth control for health reasons, and some people must avoid condoms due to allergies or other complications. 

Emergency Contraception: It’s great, but it may be age restricted in some countries. It also costs up to $50, which someone may not be able to produce in 24-72 hours. It also doesn’t work if you’ve already ovulated. Lastly, if you’re using a prescription method of birth control, you will not know when/if you need it. 

Please consider the world isn’t black and white for a moment, and that it’s not as simple as responsible or irresponsible. If contraceptives were easier to get many more people would use them. 

your-lies-ruin-lives

your-lies-ruin-lives:

apersnicketylemon:

Every time a pro lifer tries to claim that pro choicers hate children though I legit laugh because I am so pro choice it’s ridiculous (I mean I do run this blog after all) but I also love children. Like I literally work with them all day and I get loads of compliments from parents every day too, they always tell me how great I am with them.

Pro choice doesn’t mean ‘I hate children’. It just means I also love people who can become pregnant and respect them as people.

I have a theory. (It could be bunnies.) Anyway.. theory. 

They, logically, know we don’t hate kids. But it’s easier for them to demonize us like that to try and cure the cognitive dissonance they must feel. 

Not to mention some pro-choicers are raising kids. protego-et-servio is one I can think of off the top of my head.

your-lies-ruin-lives
abortstigma:

menstruationruinspants:

abortstigma:

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I don’t really agree with abortion. Adoption is an option and I don’t think death should be. YOUR KILLING UNBORN CHILDREN FOR GOD’S SAKE! If you can’t feed a baby, don’t breed a baby, as said by the wise Michael Jackson. But if you must have the sex, use condoms and birth control and take your shit regularly AND take it seriously or else DON’T DO THE DEED IF YOUR RISKING A BABY YOU CANT FEED!

You personally don’t have to like abortion. No one is saying you have to like it, or that you have to get one. But you should understand that abortion is necessary to many people. In a lot of cases, people get abortions in serious pregnancy complications. Examples: ectopic pregnancy, Rh negative disease, if there is a high risk for gestational diabetes or preeclampsia, anencephaly, placental abruption, crooked or malshapen uterus, and many more. In many of these that I’ve mentioned, the pregnant person will die if the pregnancy is not terminated. Also, usually people with unwanted pregnancies are the ones getting the abortions. Keep in mind that there is no birth control method that is 100% effective. One of my closest friends got an abortion last year, and she was on the pill. Consent to sex is not consent to pregnancy. Someone can put their baby up for adoption, that’s totally fine… If parenting is the only problem. Abortion is the solution when pregnancy is the main problem. And in times of physical health or financial problems (example: someone getting fired because if being pregnant) access to safe and legal abortion is so incredibly important, and maybe even life saving.
-Asha

abortstigma:

menstruationruinspants:

abortstigma:

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  • #abortstigma
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  • #1in3

Also, be sure to reblog, post, and share things on other sites, like Tumblr, Facebook, Reddit, and Deviantart.

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I don’t really agree with abortion. Adoption is an option and I don’t think death should be. YOUR KILLING UNBORN CHILDREN FOR GOD’S SAKE! If you can’t feed a baby, don’t breed a baby, as said by the wise Michael Jackson. But if you must have the sex, use condoms and birth control and take your shit regularly AND take it seriously or else DON’T DO THE DEED IF YOUR RISKING A BABY YOU CANT FEED!

You personally don’t have to like abortion. No one is saying you have to like it, or that you have to get one. But you should understand that abortion is necessary to many people. In a lot of cases, people get abortions in serious pregnancy complications. Examples: ectopic pregnancy, Rh negative disease, if there is a high risk for gestational diabetes or preeclampsia, anencephaly, placental abruption, crooked or malshapen uterus, and many more. In many of these that I’ve mentioned, the pregnant person will die if the pregnancy is not terminated. Also, usually people with unwanted pregnancies are the ones getting the abortions. Keep in mind that there is no birth control method that is 100% effective. One of my closest friends got an abortion last year, and she was on the pill. Consent to sex is not consent to pregnancy.
Someone can put their baby up for adoption, that’s totally fine… If parenting is the only problem. Abortion is the solution when pregnancy is the main problem. And in times of physical health or financial problems (example: someone getting fired because if being pregnant) access to safe and legal abortion is so incredibly important, and maybe even life saving.

-Asha