18 4 / 2012
The GOP would have you believe there’s no war on women after they started the war on women. The first opportunity they had to deflect attention away was when Hilary Rosen, off the top of her head, made the comment that Ann Romney never worked a day in her life. We all know what she meant but it gave the right ammunition to turn it into the war on moms. Just so we’re clear, there is no war on moms. That’s just plain malarkey and everyone, including Republicans know it.
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17 4 / 2012
On Saturday, April 28, 2012, women and men across the United States will converge in state capitols and cities, including New York City, to give voice against the oppression of women’s access to health care and women’s rights. Politicians in Washington and in legislatures across the country have been trying, and in some cases succeeding, to legislate away the rights that women have fought for and won over 40 years ago. Over the last several months alone, nearly 1000 bills have been proposed by the GOP targeting women’s rights. This isn’t only a war on women but an attack on all our rights.
RSVP at www.UniteWomenNY.org
10 4 / 2012
29 3 / 2012
For , the Georgetown University law student who unwittingly stepped into the national spotlight when she argued the case for contraception coverage in front of Congress and was called a “slut” by Rush Limbaugh for her effort, the talk show host’s slur wasn’t only an insult. It was also an opportunity.
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21 3 / 2012
This woman is a traitor to her own gender. Sickening.
“Personally I’d like to make a law that mandates a woman watch an abortion being performed prior to having a surgical procedure,’” Proud said. “If it’s not a life it shouldn’t matter, if it doesn’t harm a woman then she shouldn’t care, and don’t we want more transparency and education in the medical profession anyway? We demand it everywhere else.”
20 3 / 2012
WARNING: This article will induce anger and possibly cause you to want to punch a wall. Happy reading!
The sponsor of an Idaho mandatory ultrasound bill, state Sen. Chuck Winder, made some highly controversial comments Monday during his closing arguments, suggesting women might falsely use rape as an excuse to obtain an abortion.
Full article at Huffington Post
20 3 / 2012