Is it safe to induce a miscarriage on your own?
Someone asked us:
Is there any safe, healthy, and natural ways to induce a miscarriage?
There is absolutely NOT a safe way to induce a miscarriage on your own. If you know you want to end a pregnancy, there are safe ways to do so with the care of a doctor or nurse. Attempting to end a pregnancy on your own is really dangerous.
Contact your local Planned Parenthood to learn about your pregnancy options and get safe abortion care (if that’s what you decide you want to do).
-Kellie at Planned Parenthood
Don’t forget folks: You can do whatever you want with your body. It is your right to try a herbal abortion if you want. Remember to do your research and be safe :)
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lftuu said: see this is why i did not ask you "The Feminism Thing" because you want to do start shit. i'm looking for ancers not a fight
Have you heard of google?
ygritthe said: i'm really sorry that you didn't agree with my inclusion of skinny/toned body types on my crop top post and i just wanted to clarify! i see where you're coming from and i agree that reinforcing patriarchal body ideals is problematic but i also think that body confidence, self love and positivity is super important for people suffering or recovering from eating/exercise disorders and body dysmorphic disorders and that was my intention in including those body types in the post. thank you! <3
Make a different post for them then.
Whereas any real, self-respecting dad is only derpy, like, 50% of the time.
The word “derp” is ableist
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The “skinny bitch” backlash, it’s important to understand, comes from a position of profound privilege. And, yes, I do mean “privilege” in the most classical sense of the word; skinny people materially benefit from social bias against fat people. Recent studies have shown students, particularly girls, are less likely to be admitted to university. Employees are thirty-seven times more likely to report employment discrimination than their “normal weight” colleagues. The vast majority of health care professionals stereotype heavy patients and chalk up any and all health problems to their weight gain, leading to widespread misdiagnosis.
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wtf you mean real women have curves? all women are real women
THIS IS IMPORTANT
I’m big, but I don’t have curves. I’m shaped like a block! It’s a nice shape to be, and has nothing to do with whether I’m a “real woman” or not.
This is bullshit. Instead of policing fat people for reclaiming space for ourselves maybe you should work on how fucking problematic the body posi movement is so we don`t have to reclaim space in this way.
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lol feminism isnt about hairy armpits and hating men its about EQUALITY ffs
I’d argue it’s much more about dismantling inequality. Equality is a goal, but not inherently a means.
But also, can we not frame “not shaving” as some sort of vile misconception. Many of us don’t shave, and that isn’t some bad or embarrassing thing.
Feminism is at least 85% about hating men. Deal with that.
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The amount of delusion in the fat acceptance tags is amazing.
Being sick is not cute. Willfully damaging your organs is not cute. Please stop trying to force us into believing that you’re healthy. You’re not and the lies are getting ridiculous.
Okay, but the mainstream doesn’t give a fuck about fat acceptance so why do you? No one’s forcing anything on you. No one’s making you read shit about how it’s okay to be fat. You’re the one shaming fat people because you can. Why don’t you just get off tumblr or like find new tumblr interests.
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there’s a difference between curvy and fat.
there’s a difference between having an ass and having fat.
there’s a difference between being healthy and hurting yourself.
I’m not trying to fat shame (if you’re offended, I’m sorry) but many people don’t think about their health. if you’re going to be ignorant about your problems, then you probably deserve it.
You should be fucking sorry because this is fucking offensive. You’re exactly right about one thing: many people don’t care about their health. MANY PEOPLE. Thin people included. So why then, if you’re soooo concerned about the health of random people you don’t know, are you only addressing fat people? Is it because you don’t care about thin people? No of course not. It’s because you don’t actually care about the health of the general public, you care about shaming fat people. Fuck you.
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