A Texas Man’s Pathetic Attempt to Terrorize His Ex-Wife’s Friends Over Her Abortion
It’s the latest frontier in the battle over reproductive rights.
Read in Slate: https://apple.news/AIWDjaE_nSGS2piFc_ZN1Pg
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The article calls it the “the anti-abortion vigilantism” — and IMO, that description is spot-on!!
Reading articles like this gives me heartburn!
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Hello Nan. Me also. Have you noticed the trend in red maga states? They pass laws in which the enforcement is not really the state but the fear that vigilantes will sue the school, the doctor, the friends who gave comfort, and all the expenses are on the party’s sued not on the loser as it is in most lawsuits. Plus the high amounts that cannot be lowered if the person sues will get is to be personally against the teacher, the doctor themselves, the friends of the woman … see the pattern. Then when people’s lives are ruined by everyone with an axe to grind, they use those laws for revenge or to keep the schools from actually teaching correct history or science instead of 1950’s ideology. It is like when Cuba or the USSR had secret police and neighbors afraid that someone they new or on their street would report them. Hugs
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Also, I have a link more appropriate to the next entry, but, well. Anyway, enjoy https://www.glaad.org/blog/transgender-man-asher-ocallaghan-ordained-evangelical-lutheran-church-america . It’s in Slate, so no proselytizing. 😀
Sorry, it’s from GLAAD. Slate. I need to go to bed. Good night!
Here’s another one, from Talking Points Memo. It’s pretty comical. Well, to me it is. I don’t think it’ll trigger sensitivities. https://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/a-christian-chatbot-has-some-bad-news-for-republicans