Posts tagged politics
The Fundamentals Surrounding the Rhetoric of New York's New Abortion Law

“No one is talking about pregnancy and childbirth in a trans inclusive way. We need to separate gender from the ability to reproduce, but we only talk about removing uteruses and then acting like they never existed.” New York's recent law was a major improvement to abortion access and rhetoric in the United States but there must also be further implication that embeds inclusivity.

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#KAVANOPE: 'Blackout Brett" and the Aftermath

So, my question is, were the members of the committee just drunk enough to ignore all the evidence that Judge Kavanaugh is an aggressive, belligerent drunk with a history of violence and abuse toward women? Or were we all just not drunk enough to not take notice of his history where others refused to look?

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Birth Control and the Cantankerous Patriarchy

That is the core reasoning as to why most opposing individuals reject women’s accessibility to birth control. Of course, this isn’t a new tactic for the Religious Right, one of the main opponents of pretty much anything have to do with female liberties/empowerment. Their rhetoric consists near entirely of “women should be subservient” and “birth control turns your uterus into a graveyard”.

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Men's Telehealth Startups Do Little To Eradicate Taboo

In a time when women’s bodies and reproductive rights continue to be controlled by politicians and Roe v. Wade could erode right before our eyes, it is hard to grapple with the idea that we’re making it easier for men to get hard and harder to deal with the potential consequences of that same erection – most of which fall on women’s shoulders.

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