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! [22 Dec 2006|01:30am]

klaheartsyounot
hey there. pretty much, i'm new. the name is kayla, please just call me kay. i pretty much am turning into an insomniac and upon my journey of boredom came across this group.

mostly, all i have to say is "hell yeah!"

i'm a liberal, feminist, journalism major and collegiate softball player. and i make made free love to all of you.
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[08 Mar 2005|05:16pm]

pomopologine
So, women are stupid whores and men are 6-packed, stuffed shorted, power/sex mongers. Hi, advertising, my name is Justin and you can suck my Miller Genuine Draft and swollow the foam.

Go here, you fuckers:
http://www.genderads.com/

X-posted.
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A good day: [23 Jan 2005|11:48pm]

pomopologine
[ mood | happy ]

X-posted magic:

Ok. Bad news and good news. There was no riot. The whole thing took place in a little jewish church on Foothill Road. The turn out was somewhat inspiring, the energy and enthusiasm even more so despite the fact that most of the people there were geriatrics. I felt extremely out of place but deep down I knew we all had something in common. The afternoon began with some speakers, not all women, which made me feel less out of place. After that a woman told everyone her story about the abortion she got before Roe v. Wade even happened. Next it was a panel; A gynecologist (male), a female Presbyterian minister (or whatever they call them), and an avid activist in the Separation of Church and State (also male). Each of them had a way of speaking that kept things interesting. After that is was another speaker, this one MUCH more vocal. She got up there and moved around pitching her voice wherever she pleased. She had much more energy than I ever expected anyone to have in any church. Especially a jewish one. Anyway, after that we got to get up and walk around the room signing pre-written angry letters to various people, including George W. Bush, on the subject of choice. Signed a big banner they plan to send to Bush. Everybody left a little note of their own there for Mr. bush to read. The girl who gave me the flyer, the one from my health class, was behind that table. Stood and talked to her while I thought of something to write on the banner. I can't even remember what it was now. I was surprisingly social and communicative. Even when one of the women standing around reading all the things that had been written on the banner approached me and asked me what had brought me there. I stumbled for only a moment, considering saying my car had brought me. I told her and I felt good about my answer. It felt good to be around so many like-minded people.

Chewing gum, drinking coffee and eating cookies, making the world a better place with a future and taking a stand to keep it that way.

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[14 Jan 2005|01:04am]

pomopologine
"This is where it stops and we are going all out. What we're facing is enormous and our resistance needs to be immensely powerful qualitatively as well as quantitatively."

--Miles Solay

in a Revolutionary Worker interview:

http://rwor.org/a/v24/1171-1180/1172/milesinter.htm



I don't much go for communist literature but I liked this bit.
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[01 Jan 2005|03:40am]
auroraluna
[ mood | tired ]

Hey there. I just joined. My name's Lauren and I'm a sophomore at the University of Hartford in CT. My home is on Long Island, NY. Anyone from around there? Drop me a line.

I'm a 19-year-old liberal feminist. I'm a Sociology major and English minor. I love writing and reading; I write for my school's newspaper and have a book on me at all times.

I plan on going to protest at Bush's inauguration in January.

Nothing else I can think of. Oh, I fucking hate Ann Coulter. That's all. :)

Hope you've all had a happy and safe New Year's Eve!

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12 reasons GAYS shouldnt get married [13 Dec 2004|03:54pm]

missylala
1. Homosexuality is not natural, much like eyeglasses, polyester, and birth control are not natural. 2. Heterosexual marriages are valid because they produce children. Infertile couples and old people cannot get legally married because the world needs more children. 3. Obviously gay parents will raise gay children because straight parents only raise straight children. 4. Straight marriage will be less meaningful, since Britney Spears's 55-hour just-for-fun marriage was meaningful. 5. Heterosexual marriage has been around for a long time, and it hasn't changed at all: women are property, Blacks can't marry Whites, and divorce is illegal. 6. Gay marriage should be decided by the people, not the courts, because the majority-elected legislatures, not courts, have historically protected the rights of minorities. 7. Gay marriage is not supported by religion. In a theocracy like ours, the values of one religion are always imposed on the entire country. That's why we only have one religion in America. 8. Gay marriage will encourage people to be gay, in the same way that hanging around tall people makes you tall. 9. Legalizing gay marriage will open the door to all kinds of crazy behavior. People may even wish to marry their pets because a dog has legal standing and can sign a marriage license. 10. Children can never succeed without both male and female role models at home. That's why single parents are forbidden to raise children. 11. Gay marriage will change the foundation of society. Heterosexual marriage has been around for a long time, and we could never adapt to new social norms because we haven't adapted to cars or longer lifespans. 12. Civil unions, providing most of the same benefits as marriage with a different name are better, because a "separate but equal" institution is always constitutional. Separate schools for African-Americans worked just as well as separate marriages will for gays & lesbians.
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Just found this but I think it may be old news. [12 Dec 2004|02:09pm]

pomopologine
[ mood | random ]

http://www.codepinkalert.org/index.shtml

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Allow myself to reintroduce ...myself. [09 Dec 2004|12:59am]

breakhermakeup
hey, I'm amanda.. some of you might remember me.. probably not.. but my other lj username is ___vogue, I've been in this community for quite some time in hopes of finding people interested in my area (northern ca)

well I got tired of waiting around and mentioning it to friends who had no interest and just dismissed it.

since myspace is the new trend, I created an FPL myspace group in hopes of influencing and bring together those with similar beliefs in my area.. as well as.. anywhere else.

it's located here. enjoy.
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CALLING ALL GEEKS!!! (site nicked from warren ellis' journal) [05 Dec 2004|09:42pm]

pomopologine
[ mood | geek inspired ]

this is a little long but it was the best read ive had in a while.

http://www.hyperreal.org/~mpesce/fbm.html

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shut the backdoor, i can feel a draft [05 Dec 2004|07:19pm]

pomopologine
[ mood | irate ]

http://www.americanfreepress.net/html/backdoor_draft.html

http://s91671713.onlinehome.us/weblog/index.php?itemid=184

bush seems to be desparate. it sounds like its just a matter of time before we get plucked up from our lives and get shoved into something we protest.

i agree with this statement found in the second link:

And for anybody who thinks Iraq is worth fighting or that I'm overreacting, ENLIST ...PLEASE, I dont want to go back. The Army obviously needs the manpower and you can take my place fighting for a war YOU believe in.

we ought to have more than enough, as more than half of the populous apparently voted in favor of bush's presidency. at least half of that has to be able and elligable people. theyre not willing? oh, well, thats a surprise. they want the president but they dont want to fight in his war.

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[01 Dec 2004|11:44pm]

bleachandchoke
i made this today

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the beast is back and on the attack. [18 Nov 2004|01:12pm]

pomopologine
[ mood | disheveled ]

http://www.prochoiceamerica.org/about/newsroom/pressrelease/pr110304_election.cfm

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i post sick things whenever i see them [16 Nov 2004|11:01pm]

nowincolor
john gray (author of men are from mars, women are from venus) is an asshole.
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new here [15 Nov 2004|06:25pm]

attagirl_76
what's up!
my name is siobhan, i live in milwaukee. i am really interested in using this community to exchange information. it would be great if we can schedule a barrage of phone calls and emails when we see fit. ready to unleash the fucking beast.

i went to a few anti-bush and anti-war rallies over the last three weeks. obviously i feel really fucked up about the election. when bush gets his cabinet together he'll start gay hatred and abortion control shit again. we'll have to hit him up big time.

nice meeting you!

-s
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uh, ok [21 Sep 2004|09:03pm]

nowincolor
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SO, Yeah this is cool [11 Jul 2004|02:59pm]

amviseon

More women are creating video games

I thought this article was kinda interesting

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[07 Jul 2004|12:34am]

bleachandchoke
Women Stage Breast-Feeding Protest at Mall

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Chanting "Got milk," 50 mothers staged a protest "nurse-in" at a Houston shopping mall after one of them said security guards asked her to cover herself or move on while breast-feeding her 4-month-old son.

The women peacefully held their infants to their breasts in the middle of the upscale Galleria mall on Thursday, then continued their protest on a busy street outside, the Houston Chronicle reported on Friday.

Instigator of the action was Julie Doyle-Madrid, who said that a few days before a female security guard admonished her to cover up while she was feeding son Will and another said the mall preferred that nursing be done in more private places like the rest room.

She left, but angrily told a friend and word spread through e-mails, play groups and parents' meetings, which led to the 50 mothers gathering at the Galleria.

Galleria spokeswoman Connie Hascher told Reuters on Friday the female guard approached Doyle-Madrid because she noticed several men watching the breast-feeding.

The mall has no policy against public breast-feeding and would not tell women to cover up or change location, she said.

"We want people to have a comfortable experience while they're here."

If people do not want to see women nursing their children, "Don't look," Doyle-Madrid told the Chronicle.

"Breast-feeding is a child eating. I'm very comfortable," she said.
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so im actually posting here. [03 Jun 2004|12:18pm]

pomopologine
[ mood | anti - _______ ]

the selective service can take away our boys!

http://www.livejournal.com/users/dissolvedego/75927.html

write letters to whoever you think can help stop the draft from coming back.

check out the s.s. site. its a monstrosity.

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Trapped by inequality [03 Jun 2004|01:40am]

missylala

SAN FRANCISCO -- In a ruling with coast-to-coast effect, a federal judge declared the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act unconstitutional Tuesday, saying it infringes on a woman's right to choose.

U.S. District Judge Phyllis Hamilton's ruling came in one of three lawsuits challenging the legislation President Bush signed last year.

She agreed with abortion rights activists that a woman's right to choose is paramount, and that it is therefore "irrelevant" whether a fetus suffers pain, as abortion foes contend.

In a statement, the Bush re-election campaign said: "Today's tragic ruling upholding partial birth abortion shows why America needs judges who will interpret the law and not legislate from the bench. ... John Kerry's judicial nominees would similarly frustrate the people's will and allow this grotesque procedure to continue."

 

We need to put our armor on and take to the streets and take back the world with our own bare hands held together in the sky.

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one

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[02 Jun 2004|01:10am]

fuckingpinklady
the parital birth abortion ban was deemed unconstituntional. which was nice of them.
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