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Old 01-31-2009, 11:21 PM   #1
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Women's Rights Legislation in the US, in pictures

Partial Birth Abortion Ban, 2003:



Fair Pay Act, 2009



courtesy of Feministe » A Story in Pictures
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Old 01-31-2009, 11:36 PM   #3
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Old 01-31-2009, 11:37 PM   #4
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Pictures really are worth a 1000 words.

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Old 01-31-2009, 11:40 PM   #5
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Women's rights are merely a sub-section of human rights.
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Yes, unpopular opinions should be removed from public hearing.
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No, you're right. Clearly you had something important to discuss with your insightful comment.
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Yes, unpopular opinions should be removed from public hearing.

You didn't say anything. You just posted to piss off the girls. (Your stupid comment didn't have anything to do with the second picture, if you bothered to read the caption.) Until you have something to say that means anything, go away.
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That it took until 2009 to have the Fair Pay Act enacted is really quite sad.

And that's to say nothing of how women are treated in most of the rest of the world.
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You didn't say anything. You just posted to piss off the girls. (Your stupid comment didn't have anything to do with the second picture, if you bothered to read the caption.) Until you have something to say that means anything, go away.


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Yes, unpopular opinions should be removed from public hearing.
yes, and office when necessary.
Bush should have been removed from office long before he had to leave.
Here's to good beginning's.

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That it took until 2009 to have the Fair Pay Act enacted is really quite sad.

And that's to say nothing of how women are treated in most of the rest of the world.
True -
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That it took until 2009 to have the Fair Pay Act enacted is really quite sad.

And that's to say nothing of how women are treated in most of the rest of the world.
Yes, but thank Yahweh that our Abortionist in Chief could take time off from forcibly grabbing pregnant women off the streets, dragging them into clinics, and administering abortions to them. Of course, he is really just ensuring that they can continue to work because now they will not be mothers, so that they can take advantage of the equal pay he has given them.
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Quit playing the victim when you're the instigator, it gets really really old.
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Women's rights are merely a sub-section of human rights.
... yet a section nonetheless.
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Nice pics.
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That second picture makes me happy, and it makes me happy that the first picture is next to irrelevant
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hahaha.

I support both these acts that were signed so I'll still have a laugh.
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Supporting both is kinda paradoxal since the one cancels out the other right?
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