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Elsa Earth by Kitty-Olenic

Elsa Earth by Kitty-Olenic

juliagillardgps asked: "Call me anti-choice all you like, at least nobody will ever call me anti-life."

stfuprolifers:

To call you anti-choice would be fitting.  To call me anti-life would be logically fallacious.  Do I support abortion as a choice?  Hell yes.  But you’re obviously forgetting that a pregnant person is alive, otherwise you wouldn’t actually think I’m anti-life.  And guess what? I also advocate for birthing rights.  I believe in giving our people full reproductive rights, to give them a choice.  My beliefs and actions surrounding this issue promotes a better quality of life for all who are able to experience it.  Your beliefs come out of a dystopian fiction, which I hope never becomes a reality.  But that’s naive of me to say, because for many people all over the world where abortion is banned—that is their reality.  They have to watch their family and friends suffer.  Why?  Because of people like you who think non-thinking, non-feeling fetuses are more important than people who can actually experience suffering.

Banning abortion does not get rid of it.  It just makes it more dangerous.  ~68,000 people die every year from unsafe abortions.  Millions more are injured permanently.  The World Health Organization has noted:

"When abortion is made legal, safe, and easily accessible, women’s health rapidly improves. By contrast, women’s health deteriorates when access to safe abortion is made more difficult or illegal." (And not just women are affected by this). [source]  

So, you’re still going to tell me that I’m anti-life?  Because I want to advocate for lives that actually matter?  For lives that are here and now and have family and friends and feelings?  You know, like your mother or your aunt or your friends?  Because approximately one out of three women* (excuse the binary language) have an abortion in their lifetime.  Statistically, you know a lot of people who have had or will have an abortion.

Your support in eliminating choice hurts people.  Maybe it’s time you started caring more about the actual people in your life than obsessing over mere fetuses that can’t even feel or think.

And some day, when you’re hopefully a little more educated and gain some empathy for people who are not you and are not fetuses, you’ll support social justice, specifically reproductive justice.  And you won’t do this because you have people in your life who can get pregnant but because you’re a decent human being who understands that people who can get pregnant deserve your respect.  In this society, dead people have a right to their own bodies.  Living people deserve to have more rights to their bodies than corpses do.

When someone tells me they’re “not political”

campaignsick:

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thoughtsofablackgirl:

blackhaireverywhere:

crimsong19:

consultingpiskies:

Jessica Williams speaks with Sgt. Jasmine Jacobs about Army regulation AR 670-1

Jessica Williams and Travon (one of the staff writers) do it again!

This is why white women can’t be in the natural hair movement

Had to bold that comment

zeeewa:

deaf iranian girl who wears rather large, beautiful rings to punch the people who disrespect her

zeeewa:

deaf iranian girl who wears rather large, beautiful rings to punch the people who disrespect her

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smallherosix:

Come on! - requested by Anonymous

smallherosix:

Come on! - requested by Anonymous

midnights-child:

Fancast Meme: Eleven Racebent Characters: Disney Edition:

Arden Cho as Aurora, Sleeping Beauty

midnights-child:

Fancast Meme: Eleven Racebent Characters: Disney Edition:

Arden Cho as Aurora, Sleeping Beauty

Anonymous asked: "RE: Regarding POC in fairy tales, if I could offer some ideas... 1) The French fairy tale, the Enchanted Canary, has the prince look for a bride who is not "white or pink", but who has "golden skin". Despite the more problematic aspects of the tale, I think you could interpret it as an interracial romance, IMO. 2) In AT 707, The Dancing Water, Singing Apple and the Speaking Bird, I could easily see a Disney fairytale movie. You have the titular Speaking Bird, who could act as a comic relief,"

the of two three children (depending on the variant), the girl as the heroine of the fairy tale, a positive, non romantic, relationship between male and female characters (as they’re siblings), a brave quest for the three magical items. With some tweaking, you could merge the antagonists (the children’s aunts), redeem the King (their father) as a tragic figure, and give the mother a larger role, rewriting her torment on the King’s orders. And you could easily have the main characters be POC because the tale is VERY widespread in Europe, with many variants in Italy (“Ancilotto, Re di Provino” and Frederick Crane), Greece (see J. G. Hahn German Book “Greek and Albanian Wonder Tales”), Middle East (Galland’s 1,001 Nights - “Sisters envious of their Cadette”), even France (Les Trois Filles du Boulanger, IU think, in Bretagne).

Anonymous asked: "Hello. RE: POC in Medieval Europe. The Roman Empire, Alexander the Great's Asian Empire, even the Muslim Expansion/Spanish Reconquista are examples of periods where POC WERE in Europe. Heck, even Othello has the interracial romance in a Medieval Venice between Desdemona and the title character."

If you count any commercial outpost (Venice, London) or seafaring society, I think you could find evidence of the presence of POC in Europe, at least in the Mediterranean area.

oh-snap-pro-choice:

stargenderprincette:

anti-sj: i am offended by your name, your pronouns, your sexuality, your gender, your political views, your donation button, your disabilities, your entire blog, your fashion sense, your choice in hair dye, and your existence

anti-sj: sjws are so easily offended

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