I did a comic about marriage equality…
your kid isn’t even in the shot anymore
why are you still playing with the sand
While adoption certainly is a great option for some people with unwanted pregnancies, it is not the only option and is not always the best option for everyone.
Adoption means you are still pregnant for 9 months.
Adoption means you still have to pay all those medical bills and make all those doctor’s appointments and take off from work.
Adoption means you still need to buy maternity clothes (and new clothes after, because you might not fit into your old clothes for a while).
Adoption means altering your body forever.
Adoption means you still need to be careful of what you put into your body for 9 months (as in, no drinking, smoking, etc.)
Adoption means no roller coasters or other fun things.
Adoption makes travelling more difficult for 9 months.
Adoption means taking time to look through profiles of potential couples, meet with them, read over agreements, and make sure you are giving your baby to good people.
Adoption means people knowing you are pregnant, and having opinions about it, and about what you should do, and who should or shouldn’t adopt your child, and “why don’t you just keep it! It’s my grandchild!”
Adoption is NOT a simple solution to the pro life pro choice debate, and is NOT a simple solution to an unwanted pregnancy.
Adoption also means not being able to find a job, if you are currently unemployed, because no one will hire a pregnant person. Or, if there are no laws against firing pregnant people or if those laws don’t apply to the company you work for, it could mean losing your job.
benches in animal crossing
benches in pokemon
welcome to the gaming revolution of 2k13
she wants the d(ecent representation of queer characters within mainstream media without their plot being reduced to said sexuality)
No, not at all. Not one bit. Nope.
Let’s differentiate between rape and sex, shall we? So sorry that we even have to…
The signs these women are holding say “Let’s fuck”. For those of you who aren’t sure what that means *cough we-hate-feminists cough*, it means “let’s have sex”. So if these women are out on the town, blowing off steam and want to have sex, does that mean it’s okay to rape them? When a woman is horny or desiring to have sexual relationships with someone are we to presume she has not say in the matter? Are we saying, “She wants sex, so sexual assault is a fair trade, because it has the word sex in it?”
Should we be concerned that some people *cough we-hate-feminists cough* think women desiring sex should have their autonomy, their dignity, their identity, their humanity stripped away from them? I think we should be.. I am. It’s not a joke it’s real life. It’s my life.
Where do we draw the line? When does a woman begin to “ask for it”?
I was raped as a child. Was it my fault? I was also raped as an adult. Was that my fault?
Making women fair game, a sport, prey is beyond fucked up. Rape is not about sex, and rape is not sex. It is about power, and it is a cowardly, inhumane, horrific way to steal someone’s life, to make them question everything they ever thought they knew.
Wanting to have sex =/= wanting to be raped.
HQ art from the english site
Santa Cruz, California.