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Barack knows the American Dream because he’s lived it…and he wants everyone in this country to have that same opportunity, no matter who we are, or where we’re from, or what we look like, or who we love.


And he believes that when you’ve worked hard, and done well, and walked through that doorway of opportunity, you do not slam it shut behind you…you reach back, and you give other folks the same chances that helped you succeed.

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Michelle Obama, speaking at the Democratic National Convention. (via pantslessprogressive)

had the perfect gif.

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Liberal Junk and Stuff: The entire idea of "free birth control" is disgusting.

soapboxinggeek:

raging-liberal-hard-on:

atheistrepublican:

communismkills:

Birth control is eugenics.

If you want to have sex pay for your own damn birth control.

Hi! I noticed that you assume that all people go on birth control to just to have sex. While that can be the case, and is nothing to be ashamed of, I’d like…

This is brilliant.

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Shooting4MyOwnHand: aboutmaleprivilege: (Heterosexual) male privilege is talking about how...

aboutmaleprivilege:

(Heterosexual) male privilege is talking about how bad it is to have a gay man incessantly hit on you when you aren’t interested, having it accepted as a common opinion, and still not understand how a woman can feel the same way when you do the same thing.

Male…

(Source: all-about-male-privilege, via lipsredasroses)

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Among 35 major national print publications, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, men had 81 percent of the quotes in stories about abortion, the research group said Thursday, while women had 12 percent, and organizations had 7 percent.

In stories about birth control, men scored 75 percent of the quotes, with women getting 19 percent and organizations getting 6 percent. Stories about Planned Parenthood had a similar ratio, with men getting 67 percent, women getting 26 percent, and organizations getting 7 percent.

Women fared a bit better in stories about women’s rights, getting 31 percent of the quotes compared with 52 percent for men and 17 percent for organizations.

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