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  • jenni commented on the blog post Will the teen mom shaming ever stop?   1 year, 5 months ago · View

    I see what you saying and I am really sorry your mother had no opportunity to get an education and the problems this created for you her, but I think the key point here that differs from the anti-choice propaganda is choice itself. I kept a pregnancy relatively early in life (19 when got pregnant [...]

  • jenni commented on the blog post Will the teen mom shaming ever stop?   1 year, 5 months ago · View

    ALL young women are “supposed” to stay in school and get an education and after that a good job for a few years and then get heteronormatively married and have two to three children for which they are supposed to give up their job and stay home. That is just the BEST WAY TO LIVE [...]

  • jenni commented on the blog post Weekly Feminist Reader   1 year, 6 months ago · View

    Personally not a fan of single sex spaces of either sex because gender binary; but what I really wanted to ask you is : do you really understand the argument for choice to be that “women are intrinsically good”? Have you considered maybe the argument is more like all humans whether good or bad need [...]

  • jenni commented on the blog post Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet   1 year, 7 months ago · View

    I feel like to say that “racism doesn´t go one way” is to completely ignore history. As if the group that has historically held all the power needs protection from being called out on privilege as much as the oppressed group needs protection from being oppressed. Maybe that is not how you meant it but [...]

  • jenni commented on the blog post Quote of the Day: The baby is “the largest organ in the body”   1 year, 8 months ago · View

    Well if they are saying it is an organ then at least they are saying it is the pregnant woman´s body part not a separate person? When I had my abortion it was a medical because it was in Sweden and they said they recomend that method as having less of an impact on the [...]

  • But the point is that by phrasing it the way he does it sounds as if the reason women are important is because they are somebody loves them. It does not matter that somebody can also be a woman. Of course women can also have mothers, daughters and wives but the reason those mothers, daughters [...]

  • Jenny Sydolf became a registered member   2 years ago · View

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