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[–] RawSienna 6 points (+6|-0) Edited

Unreal that R v. W could be overturned now, going on 3 decades in to the 21st century.

American women, who are taxpayers as much as men are, and whose labor and consumption holds up the fucking economy, should simply not stand for being treated as 2nd class citizens.

[–] ALoudMeow 2 points (+2|-0)

Has there ever been a right “given” that was then “taken back?” Cause I can’t think of any.

[–] feralfeminist 4 points (+4|-0)

Abortion. There wasn't a serious movement to outlaw it until about 1860 or so. It was legal at least until quickening, and it wasn't a subject "nice people" talked about, but it was allowed.