Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-26 00:47:27
ID: 68415
Burn it to the ground.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-25 13:00:33
ID: 68414
To every, single person who voted for Trump or an independent in 2016 because you didn't like Hillary or "but her emails," fuck you. Sincerely. You are the ones who are responsible for this Supreme Court. every woman and girl's blood is on your hands.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-25 12:58:31
ID: 68413
In response to a confession. Half of the people who voted to take control of their bodies away from women were appointed by presidents who did not win the popular vote. Everyone, EVERYONE, needs to vote in November. If the GoP wins the house and senate, which they very well may, they have already said they would move to make abortion illegal federally. That would make it illegal everywhere in the US, even states like California. So being in a Blue statee doesn't mean you're safe. Vote. Get others to vote. Volunteer for pro-choice candidates, donate if you can. You can donate to candidates in places you don't live.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-25 07:49:26
ID: 68411
Nine old people just stripped the rights of women across the entire country against the will of the majority of the public who support a woman's right to choose. If the US dares to call itself a democracy after this event, it is laughable. Not that it ever was. Clarence Thomas already talking about birth control and the morning after pill. The Handmaid's Tale is happening and it didn't even involve a terror plot. This is tyrannical.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-12 23:22:53
ID: 68384
First day of the January 6th committee hearings were wild. I hope Trump ends up in jail.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-03 15:37:01
ID: 68371
233 shootings of four or more people since the start of the year. More shootings than days. But those "unborn children" are the real victims here. I'm starting to think these prolife gun nuts have ulterior motives, almost like they couldn't give a rat's fluffy behind about children. What a revelation. Now they're whining that it's a mental healthcare pro life, pro gun, anti universal healthcare but pro mental universal healthcare? No wonder right wingers are crazy, all these logical inconsistencies must melt your braincells.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-28 14:24:56
ID: 68362
In response to a confession. It's not just having the courage to do something. Studies have shown that armed security (including police) at schools actually make them LESS safe and result in more casualities during shootings. Teachers who are armed are also more likely to have that gun used against them than to save anyone. One pissed off high school kid can easily overpower a teacher to get a gun or get the key to a locked gun.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-28 01:16:42
ID: 68361
I'm so over the idiots who want to arm teachers. When cops (the supposed good guys with guns), in full riot gear, don't have the balls to face someone with an AR rifle, wtf makes you think a teacher should do it??? So many Americans are so incredibly stupid. I'm ready to leave this country.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-21 22:38:52
ID: 68353
After my move, it was 3 weeks living in AirBnb emailing housing listings, I'm so happy I found a place that was understanding of my situation (unemployed, going back to school) and it pretty much checked all the boxes. Only thing is it's strange for me to be living with more than 1 person AND interacting with strangers since I was very isolated during Covid. Everyone is vaccinated, clean, and respectful. I have to get used to be more extroverted. I didn't realize how incredibly stressed I was for the last 8 months. I really hope my housing situation will become calmer now and I can focus on job-hunting.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-10 17:50:57
ID: 68343
I'm tired of the trope that abortion is the hardest decision a woman will make. How it's just gutwrenching. Not always. I had my abortion 24 years ago when I was 25. I was in a long term relationship, had a good job, insurance, etc. I had no reason for it other than I didn't want a baby. But my birth control failed. I never regretted it. It wasn't a hard decision at all. And the only thing I felt afterwards was relief. And that's OK! We need to normalize this.
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