[Ed. – No “internal dissent” allowed. Also, Handmaid’s Tale attire is “racist,” and coat-hangers falsely impugn “self-managed abortions.” The incoherent nihilism is extremely painful to watch. No one is ever in charge of evil; evil is always in charge, if he or she invites it in.]
The Women’s March Rally for Abortion Justice is set to take place on Saturday in Washington, DC and in cities around the country. The events are in response to a Texas abortion law the U.S. Supreme Court allowed to go into effect last month which restricts most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, at around six weeks. In the days leading up to the event, however, the organizers came under fire for how they’re policing attendees in what they’re telling people to not bring. …
If you’re marching in the Break The Chains Contingent at the Women’s March, here’s what you should & shouldn’t bring.
👯♀️ Your Friends..
😡 Defiance & revolutionary fury!
🌎 Your desire for a whole new world
❌ Making peace with abortion being criminalized. https://t.co/v4qZF1jLPD
— Emma Kaplan 🌏 (@emmancipator) October 1, 2021
- Handmaid’s Tale themed: The use of Handmaid’s Tale imagery to characterize the controlling of women’s reproduction has proliferated, primarily by white women across the country, since the show has gained popularity. This message continues to create more fragmentation, often around race and class, because it erases the fact that Black women, undocumented women, incarcerated women, poor women and disabled women have always had their reproduction freedom controlled in this country.