Here, for the Court’s consideration, are several things women have been known to do that don’t in fact cause abortion, no matter your beliefs: wear Spanx Underwear; take long, sweaty bike rides; watch Rachel Maddow; read Nora Ephron; and—wait for it—take birth control pills.
Why the Supreme Court ignored science in the Hobby Lobby case
So tickled by this kicker.
Hobby Lobby and Conestoga surely do not stand alone as commercial enterprises seeking exemptions from generally applicable laws on the basis of their religious beliefs/ See, e.g., Newman v. Piggie Park Enterprises Inc., owner of a restaurant chain that refused to serve black patrons based on his religious beliefs opposing racial integration. Any decision to use contraceptives made by a woman covered under Hobby Lobby’s or Conestoga’s plan will not be propelled by the government, it will be the woman’s autonomous choice, informed by the physician she consults… SURFBOART.
- The holiest piece of Beyonce scripture
Conaway said the firestorm occurred ‘only because one reporter who makes a living jacking people up about these trips’ wrote about the issue. ‘We had gotten not one complaint from the public,’ he added of the unannounced change. ‘Not one person had looked for this information except this reporter.’
Oops, that was us.
"And I would’ve gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids — and your dumb dog."
Proud of my team today!
I call them the Beyonce voters. The single ladies. Obama won the single ladies by 76 percent last time, and they made up about a quarter of the electorate. They depend on government because they’re not depending on their husbands. They need things like contraception, healthcare, and they love to talk about equal pay.
Somebody said this and meant it. (via salon)
That moment when two other ladies on the train are wearing the same Ann Taylor dress as you.
Obviously, this city is about out-fiercing your fellow commuters.