ashkenazi-autie:

culture-of-choice:

great-choice:

southern-feminism:

uchicagostudentsforlife:

"I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take side. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages, the tormentor, never the tormented."
-Elie Wiesel

WEIRD BECAUSE ELIE WIESEL ALSO SAID:
People who compare abortion to the Holocaust "prove that they do not know what the Holocaust was."

He also advocates for safe and legal abortion because he saw what lack of access to abortive medicine did to some of the people in the holocaust.  Pregnant people were usually killed upon arrival, rather than kept as sub-par workers.  
So trully, in the actual* holocaust, being caught pregnant was an automatic and immediate death sentence as soon as the guards discovered your condition.  While many able-bodies people were kept to work or to forcedly make products such as marching boots for the soldiers, pregnant people and people with young babies were killed as soon as possible.
Good logic, pro-lifers.
Why do you always use quotes by pro-choice people to try to defend your incorrect views? Cut it out. Cmon.
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*Only one holocaust ever happened and it did not happen to fetuses.

Reblogging for awesome.

Fucking Holocaust comparisons piss me off.

The only thing that is ever comparable to the Holocaust is the actual Holocaust, not women’s personal choices omfg.

ashkenazi-autie:

culture-of-choice:

great-choice:

southern-feminism:

uchicagostudentsforlife:

"I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take side. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages, the tormentor, never the tormented."

-Elie Wiesel

WEIRD BECAUSE ELIE WIESEL ALSO SAID:

People who compare abortion to the Holocaust "prove that they do not know what the Holocaust was."

He also advocates for safe and legal abortion because he saw what lack of access to abortive medicine did to some of the people in the holocaust.  Pregnant people were usually killed upon arrival, rather than kept as sub-par workers. 

So trully, in the actual* holocaust, being caught pregnant was an automatic and immediate death sentence as soon as the guards discovered your condition.  While many able-bodies people were kept to work or to forcedly make products such as marching boots for the soldiers, pregnant people and people with young babies were killed as soon as possible.

Good logic, pro-lifers.

Why do you always use quotes by pro-choice people to try to defend your incorrect views? Cut it out. Cmon.

——————————————————————————————

*Only one holocaust ever happened and it did not happen to fetuses.

Reblogging for awesome.

Fucking Holocaust comparisons piss me off.

The only thing that is ever comparable to the Holocaust is the actual Holocaust, not women’s personal choices omfg.

afroxander replied to your post: OH IM BANKING ON IT Puebla 2015 y’all …

YOU KNOW I’M THERE!!!

YOU’D BETTER BE!

morobook:

Morocco. Fez. Examples of Moroccan and Moorish decorative crafts in old homes.1984

morobook:

Morocco. Fez. Examples of Moroccan and Moorish decorative crafts in old homes.1984

April 15, 2014

Actually what makes my blood boil the most about TV shows and “documentaries” on immigration that are made for general public consumption is that they give off the impression that the voices of migrants and their families aren’t worth listening to.

We’re going to send six different people down to the border to experience firsthand what migrant life is like.

To “explore the complexities of border policy.”

Let’s not listen to the people - men, women, and children - that survive the journey and live in the shadows of the United States. Let’s ignore that and instead, let’s take you to the morgue, give you someone’s name, and tell you to relive their journey.

Maybe you feel like you’re honoring migrants, both surviving and deceased, when you do this. But you aren’t honoring anyone when you completely eliminate their voices from the conversation.

And THAT is why shit like this makes me so angry.

These are major news networks, media outlets, film companies, that have so much resources and potential to let actual migrants’ voices be heard - but instead, they squander that for public entertainment.

I watched clips from “Borderlands” and fuck you so much.

I really have nothing else to say.

How dare you use human lives and human remains for shock value.

How dare you.

OH IM BANKING ON IT
Puebla 2015 y’all are invited

OH IM BANKING ON IT

Puebla 2015 y’all are invited

Central American migrants ride north on top of a freight train near Juchitlan, Mexico.

Central American migrants ride north on top of a freight train near Juchitlan, Mexico.

I called one of our clients for work tomorrow and she goes “Oh Sarah! It’s so nice to hear your sweet voice!”

donkos:

reading a foreign language: yeah
writing in a foreign language: ok
listening to a foreign language: wait
speaking in a foreign language: fuck

anti-faschismus:

Anne and Margot Frank, 1933, Aachen, Germany.

anti-faschismus:

Anne and Margot Frank, 1933, Aachen, Germany.

nebulasnovasandnightsky:

look if you unironically say ‘money can’t buy happiness’ then either you’ve never faced a real financial struggle or you’ve achieved enlightenment, because goddamn does financial security feel an awful lot like happiness when it’s something you’re not used to

"My father looks tired and broken. A once influential man, he’s being reduced to a powerless creature, humiliated over and over again in front of his family. There was a time when his words were taken seriously by both his employers and those who worked for him. Neighbors always greeted him respectfully. But now, the road to Pakistan has left him as helpless as the rest of us. He walks with hesitation, knowing he cannot go back."
Nelofer Pazira, A Bed of Red Flowers: In Search of My Afghanistan
 
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