caffeinetooth:

There was this massive anti-abortion display at the university I work at. I usually work from home, and it had been up for a few days, but I needed to ask my supervisor a few questions so I drove in today. This thing was fucking huge. 20 feet tall and three sided with disgustingly graphic, full color images. I know some people who are trying to get it taken down, but something about public property, that first amendment, and law suits. (Bible Belt, y’all.) Anyway, I got really really upset by it. Enough to forget that I know almost nothing about graphic design and made these little drawings to calm myself down. 

caffeinetooth:

There was this massive anti-abortion display at the university I work at. I usually work from home, and it had been up for a few days, but I needed to ask my supervisor a few questions so I drove in today. This thing was fucking huge. 20 feet tall and three sided with disgustingly graphic, full color images. I know some people who are trying to get it taken down, but something about public property, that first amendment, and law suits. (Bible Belt, y’all.) 
Anyway, I got really really upset by it. Enough to forget that I know almost nothing about graphic design and made these little drawings to calm myself down. 

Looking for plans this weekend? Support our friends at “Words Of Choice” - either by viewing live in NYC or participating online!
“Words of Choice” will be performed on March 1 at 7 pm EST and March 2 at 3 pm EST at The Secret Theater in Long Island City. As part of the WiredArts Fest, the live streaming audience will be able to participate simultaneously with tweeting, instant messaging, photo sharing and Facebook. Share your voice using the hashtag #WoCLive.
Panel discussions will take place after both shows: Friday night will feature Amanda Marcotte, blogger at Pandagon, writer at RHReality Check, and author; joining us on Saturday is Lynn Roberts, founding board member of SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective and an assistant professor at Hunter College.
More information on tickets or setting up a viewing party can be found at www.wordsofchoice.org. Special discounts for activists are available by emailing: wordsofchoice@mindspring.com.

Looking for plans this weekend? Support our friends at “Words Of Choice” - either by viewing live in NYC or participating online!

“Words of Choice” will be performed on March 1 at 7 pm EST and March 2 at 3 pm EST at The Secret Theater in Long Island City. As part of the WiredArts Fest, the live streaming audience will be able to participate simultaneously with tweeting, instant messaging, photo sharing and Facebook. Share your voice using the hashtag #WoCLive.

Panel discussions will take place after both shows: Friday night will feature Amanda Marcotte, blogger at Pandagon, writer at RHReality Check, and author; joining us on Saturday is Lynn Roberts, founding board member of SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective and an assistant professor at Hunter College.

More information on tickets or setting up a viewing party can be found at www.wordsofchoice.org. Special discounts for activists are available by emailing: wordsofchoice@mindspring.com.

your uterus is your own.

your uterus is your own.

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