Why specify the race and economic class then? It's all people! πŸ™„πŸ™„

#allpeoplematter #notallpeople #taxthepeople

[–] LonelyKindred Jaded Tomboy 18 points

"Latinx" hurts my fucking soul. The complete disrespect for our culture and language in the name of artificial inclusion is just wtf.

"Pregnancy is amazingly gender fluid. It can happen to literally anyone!" - Zyana Bryant

"You're kidding, right?" - Mother Nature

This right here is exactly what the fucking problem is. Trying to be ultra inclusive and pretending that every issue actually impacts everyone is a surefire way not to be focused enough to actually get anything done.

Genderfluid? So on some days you can't get pregnant at all because you feel like a man? What utter crap.

I am so tired of uninformed activists whose knowledge of feminists history is nonexistent or who really don't care about most women at all. And yes, I am fully aware of the fact that certain groups of women are going to find it much harder to get an abortion now than other groups of women, but all groups of women in red states have had their rights to abortion largely removed.

Not focusing on that wide group, in addition to the groups mentioned in that post, wastes the opportunity to create a larger movement.

Image Transcription: Twitter

zyahna bryant, @ ZyahnaB

If history has taught us anything, it is that poor, Black, Latinx, and Indigenous people will suffer the most from Roe v. Wade being overturned. We must name that.

zyahna bryant, @ ZyahnaB

My wording of "people" was intentional. We need a gender fluid perspective when discussing issues of reproductive health/rights.