persephoneholly:

Picture made in response to this:

Yeah, I hate AHA with enough burning, fiery passion to fuel a million stars.
I do not own the original pictures, I don’t know who does, I just found them on Google Images. I’m not making money from the poster, if the original creators want me to remove it, it will.

persephoneholly:

Picture made in response to this:

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Yeah, I hate AHA with enough burning, fiery passion to fuel a million stars.

I do not own the original pictures, I don’t know who does, I just found them on Google Images. I’m not making money from the poster, if the original creators want me to remove it, it will.

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fuckyeahfeminists:



“You’re gonna change your mind. You’re gonna change your mind in three years, or five, you’re gonna change your mind about having a baby and it’s gonna be too late. And you’re gonna regret it.”


Yang gets choice right.

fuckyeahfeminists:

“You’re gonna change your mind. You’re gonna change your mind in three years, or five, you’re gonna change your mind about having a baby and it’s gonna be too late. And you’re gonna regret it.”

Yang gets choice right.

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stfuprolife:

boogieordie submitted:

stfuprolife:

boogieordie submitted:

(Source: stfuprolifers)

stfuprolife:

Click on the image to watch the documentary!

The two sides of the abortion debate in America literally face one another in this documentary from filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady. In Fort Pierce, Florida, a women’s heath care center is located at the corner of 12th and Delaware. On the same corner, across the street, is another women’s heath care center. However, the two centers are not in the same business; one provides abortions along with a variety of other health services, while the other primarily offers counseling to women considering abortion, urging them to keep their babies. In 12th and Delaware, Ewing and Grady offer a look inside both offices, as pro-life counselors give women a mixture of concern and disinformation about terminating their pregnancies and the pro-choice medical staff struggles to work under the frequent threat of violence against them. The film also examines the handful of protesters who stand outside the abortion clinic, confronting both patients and staff as they enter and exit.

You’ll be made to wait while the site verifies your request.
Click continue. (As well as exit out whatever window pops up.)- If there isn’t a video, refresh and try again. 
Press play.
Wait for it to load.
Hit fullscreen.
I once linked this documentary to my blog before but I feel that it’s important to bring it back up.  I really recommend this for everyone to watch.  It’s only 80 minutes long so grab a snack and/or some friends.  Enjoy!

Anyone know of a way to get that advertisement to stop blocking a third of the screen?

stfuprolife:

Click on the image to watch the documentary!

The two sides of the abortion debate in America literally face one another in this documentary from filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady. In Fort Pierce, Florida, a women’s heath care center is located at the corner of 12th and Delaware. On the same corner, across the street, is another women’s heath care center. However, the two centers are not in the same business; one provides abortions along with a variety of other health services, while the other primarily offers counseling to women considering abortion, urging them to keep their babies. In 12th and Delaware, Ewing and Grady offer a look inside both offices, as pro-life counselors give women a mixture of concern and disinformation about terminating their pregnancies and the pro-choice medical staff struggles to work under the frequent threat of violence against them. The film also examines the handful of protesters who stand outside the abortion clinic, confronting both patients and staff as they enter and exit.

  1. You’ll be made to wait while the site verifies your request.
  2. Click continue. (As well as exit out whatever window pops up.)
    - If there isn’t a video, refresh and try again. 
  3. Press play.
  4. Wait for it to load.
  5. Hit fullscreen.

I once linked this documentary to my blog before but I feel that it’s important to bring it back up.  I really recommend this for everyone to watch.  It’s only 80 minutes long so grab a snack and/or some friends.  Enjoy!

Anyone know of a way to get that advertisement to stop blocking a third of the screen?

(Source: stfuprolifers)

avatarsnowy:

thatsocialjusticebitch:

thechargingsky:

vaginamacaroons:

asgardian-feminist:

mychildsophia:

Abortion is a Satanic Ritual of Blood Offering.
There is something very important in the blood of babies. Little children from time of conception to the age of reason are innocent. And these are the victims that Satan is targeting. He wants their blood. Blood is life, it’s the source of life. And if it is pure and innocent, he wants that blood to darken it, to corrupt it. By obtaining the blood of innocent he gets power.


omg
are you even trying anymore
what the fuck

I want to say something but words are failing me.

omg

hm.

avatarsnowy:

thatsocialjusticebitch:

thechargingsky:

vaginamacaroons:

asgardian-feminist:

mychildsophia:

Abortion is a Satanic Ritual of Blood Offering.

There is something very important in the blood of babies. Little children from time of conception to the age of reason are innocent. And these are the victims that Satan is targeting. He wants their blood. Blood is life, it’s the source of life. And if it is pure and innocent, he wants that blood to darken it, to corrupt it. By obtaining the blood of innocent he gets power.

omg

are you even trying anymore

what the fuck

I want to say something but words are failing me.

omg

hm.

(Source: goandannouce, via faircommentfuckoff)