My Body, My Choice
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97 years ago, Margaret Sanger opened the U.S.'s first birth control clinic in Brooklyn—and started a movement that revolutionized women's ability to plan their families, improve their health, and pursue their dreams. Today, Planned Parenthood serves 3 million men and women a year with quality, affordable health care, including birth control—and we're proud to keep moving forward, not roll back, on women's health. REPIN if you believe every women deserves to make her own medical decisions.
Stella Boonshoft: "WARNING: Picture might be considered obscene because subject is not thin. And we all know that only skinny people can show their stomachs and celebrate themselves. Well I’m not going to stand for that. This is my body. Not yours. Meaning the choices I make about it, are none of your f*cking business. If my big belly and fat arms and stretch marks and thick thighs offend you, then that’s okay. I’m not going to hide my body and my being to benefit your delicate sensitivities."
Hobby Lobby Christian Corporation is ok with birth control pills and condoms, but not IUD's and morning after pills. Why? Because IUD's and morning after pills SOMETIMES prevent attachment of a fertilized egg to the uterine wall. HL's Green family believes fertilization IS conception, so if the fertilized egg can't attach, a women has aborted. This would be a fringe belief if the Supreme Court's 5 conservative male justices had not just let HL Corp impose it on all their female employees.
Stop Calling Hobby Lobby a Christian Business - Jonathan Merritt, The Week - June 17, 2014 // "Imagine for a moment a nation with nightmarish labor conditions, inadequate workplace regulation, and rampant child labor. You've just imagined 21st century China. Seventy thousand Chinese employees die every year in workplace accidents — that's roughly 200 humans snuffed out of existence every day."
HOBBY LOBBY HYPOCRISY - Contraceptives for female employees offend their morality, but exploiting labor and the environment in foreign countries for cheap goods to increase their profits is just fine. I expect the Christian Lobby to now speak out against the immoral greed of predatory capitalism, and stop carrying goods made anywhere but the U.S.A., where workers are protected by federal law. Photo: A report revealed 1 million Chinese factory workers suffered industrial accidents in 2009 alone.