May that little girl rest.
1,9366418 hours ago
Melissa Ohden is proof that abortion survivors need to be protected!
5,14516715 September, 2019
Terrorism has no colour or religion. This is just horrible.
3,38110122 September, 2019
The irony of this all is just on point. I’m pretty sure this describes their ancestors that came over and stole the land from the natives....🤡
6,03611321 September, 2019
FINALLY!!! Progress is happening, but needs to happen on a nation wide scale.
12,26114417 September, 2019
I had no knowledge of this whatsoever and knew I had to share this with you all just in case it ever helps!
1,15157 hours ago
To the millions of pro-life students: You are not alone.
Do not let your teachers and professors bully you. Stand up for what is right!
Students for Life is here to stand with you as you defend the preborn!
3,6336216 September, 2019
Feel free to comment your stories on this one. I don’t thing I’ve ever done this to anyone before because I just ask them politely to move, or if it’s in a crowded place I’d apologise straight after
12,96639619 September, 2019
To all the Iranian women who campaigned for this after the tragic death of the girl who committed suicide after being caught going to a stadium to see her favourite team play, you all inspire me so much. Thank you for fighting back against powers that restrict your rights. Women must be let into stadiums whenever the fuck they want to.
I remember talking to a old friend about my new role as a mother and how hard it was. And she literally laughed at me... (she doesn’t have any children) she said that being a mother couldn’t be hard, it’s just a freaking little baby that you play with all day. Side note: I have been working full time since I was 21, so I know that a job is hard.
But she just kept on telling me that I should try work at her job, I wouldn’t survive a day in her shoes.
Now I started laughing 😝 I just gave her a hug and told her that she could call me when she needed help with her future baby. A year ago I would have argued with her, but since I became a mother I really don’t need unnecessary battles in my life❤️ I have enough battles every day.. Have you ever been in a similar situation?
Armenian women have had the right to an abortion since 1955.
But a strong taboo against premarital sex means single women face illegal restrictions and, at times, even abuse, from doctors when they ask for an abortion.
Women's rights specialists like Anush Poghosyan note that female patients are often judged by doctors and nurses, resulting in discrimination and, at times, unprofessional or inadequate medical treatment.
Abortion in Armenia: Legal but stigmatized - Ani Grigoryan
This is not your body. This is a separate human who deserves the same rights as you and I. Children in the womb practice breathing, they smile, dream, form memories, play, stretch, yawn, feel pain, and so much more. Location is not what gives someone their humanity. • • •
Climate change is one of the biggest threats facing the world at the moment and it will require a multitude of policies to solve it and mitigate its effects. However one idea that has become popular in United States is a ban on fracking. In a recent climate forum a fracking ban had been endorsed by 2020 democratic candidates such as Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren. However a ban on fracking would be bad for numerous reasons and here’s why.
Moving to a green and renewable economy is a desirable goal and in the long run will be achieved. However to ban fracking now would ultimately hurt this goal and be worse for both the environment and the economy. fracking has allowed the United States to not be so heavily reliant on coal and has reduced coal use and fracking is radically cleaner than coal production at every level. A 2013 report from the Breakthrough Institute titled “Coal Killer” explained that coal production declined from producing 50 percent of US electricity in 2007 to 37 percent in 2012. Natural gas from fracking largely rose to fill that void. A hasty fracking ban would mean the US would go back to coal production as current renewable technology would not be enough to power the country. Due to fracking taking over from coal production the United States has also seen a decline in emissions since natural gas emits about half of the greenhouse gas emissions of coal per unit of energy. Not only has fracking been a net positive for the environment when compared to coal, it has also been a positive force for the economy. One report found that between 2005 to 2012 fracking created 725,000 jobs. Banning fracking would threaten thousands of jobs and hurt the US economy, which would undermine attempts to invest and transition to a greener and more renewable economy. The evidence is quite clear that fracking has acted as a coal killer, helped the US grow its environmental standards and invest and expand renewable energy, all while being a benefit for economic growth so a ban on fracking now would be bad for not only the economy, but for the environment as well.
A paragraph from the Hippocratic Oath (oath sworn by all doctors before they begin practicing on patients): “
I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan; and similarly I will not give a woman a pessary to cause an abortion.” • • •