Monday, January 22

Why I am Pro-Choice.

Because healthy women make better revolutionaries.

(h/t Shunra).


  1. Anonymous1:23 PM

    Those are kinda hot. I had no idea I was such a commie.

  2. Anonymous1:38 PM

    Because I can do my part to ensure that babies aren't born to mothers who can't care for them, don't want them, don't even love them, and think they have no options otherwise.

  3. Anonymous4:56 PM

    Not common property, surely. Pro-choice includes girls and women not being coerced into "going on the pill" to make themselves available for sex, nor being coerced into having abortions, so some prospective fathers won't have to make child maintenance payments. What our youth and children need and don't always get, is teaching in values and relationships, from an early age. This is all aside from pregnancies that result from forced sexual contact, of course. Yes, there should be choice--choice all the way round.

  4. Anonymous5:41 PM

    Whoa. Those are nice. They'd go nicely with an old CCCP hockey jersey...

    Just sayin'!

  5. Anonymous9:41 PM

    always interested, you'll get no argument from me. I'm fairly sick of the attempts to conflate "pro-choice" with "pro-abortion". Here's my blog for choice post.

  6. Anonymous10:37 PM

    Thank you Blue Gal for the opportunity to respond to your post, today. Kathy, I have now read your post for today, via your link. That was amazing. I have never read so much about real choice in one place, before. Onward and upward.

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  8. Anonymous1:55 PM

    Because that pair of panties was made for Old Navy by Burmese eight-year-olds earning three cents an hour.

    Nice job on the blog round-up! Check out the blog today for some unfettered academic ribaldry.


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