The threat to our democracy is real. The Supreme Court’s shifting stance jeopardizes the progress we have made in ensuring equality for all citizens. We cannot turn a blind eye to the potential consequences: a regression to a society where human rights, women’s rights, and marginalized communities are no longer protected.
In this post, I delve into the implications of recent rulings and emphasize the urgency of raising our voices and taking action. We must resist the erosion of our democracy and work towards a future where empathy, justice, and freedom prevail.
Since the Supreme Court laid down the Dobbs decision, overthrowing the “decided precedent” of the Roe v. Wade decision that had stood as confirmed law for more than 40 years, many states have actively passed restrictive abortion measures. Those measures have already...
November 8th, 2022 mid term elections is an important date in America’s history. Not just for women’s rights and the power of women, but also pivotal for where do we go from here. Predictions were that women would make no difference in the big picture, that...
Did you know that in our culture, trans people are assaulted at four times the rate of others of us. Just being trans is, by itself an extremely dangerous life. Imagine if every time you walked out your door, or interacted with another human in any way, there was a 4x greater risk of that person assaulting you than the rest of us?
It horrifies me what happens to these women.
Since the 1970’s extreme Christian dogmas have pressed to increase the laws against abortions in this country. (I won’t even address the real cause of this, which is racism as a revolt against integration). And in one of this generations landmark decisions, the Supreme Court of the United States has now reversed a fundamental right so that it could expand religion to reflect the justice that wrote the Dobbs decision beliefs, Justice Alito. Alito admits that he is using his office to push his religious beliefs.