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How I Lost Faith in the "Pro-Life" Movement

Obamacare stands to cut abortion rates by 75%. And yet, the pro-life movement has been leveraged in opposition to Obamacare, and most especially in opposition to the birth control mandate. They don’t believe women should be guaranteed access to free contraception even though this access is the number one proven best way to decrease the number of abortions. That access would, to use the rhetoric of the pro-life movement, prevent the murders of 900,000 unborn babies every year.

Rebel Truthteller |Speaker on Instagram: “❤️💗#UNFILTERED I happened to have strategically

I happened to have strategically married a very talented photographer and part of my job is public speaking so I have very well edited and cleaned up pictures that I often share. But I dont walk around real life with my signature red or hot pink lipstick a badass outfit and gently smoothed smile lines. I look like this. Still a stunning 41-year old woman (she says humbly) but also...very normal with smile lines dry lips eye brows astray a stretched out turtleneck sweatshirt faded morning makeup and hair slightly out of order. Oh and highlights in need of a damn refresh. Its all good. But a kind reminder: dont try to be a version of what someone else curated online. What you see is only a small part of their lives. With love wisdom and selfies from Brooklyn. xx

Carolyn A. Brent

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The Case of the Red Lipstick

The Case of the Red Lipstick - Learn about cheiloscopy and lip prints in this STEAM forensic science investigation for kids!

What the Affordable Care Act Means for Women's Health

Affordable Care Act = The end of gender discrimination in healthcare premiums. Beginning in 2014, insurance companies will not be able to charge patients more based on health status or gender. Under the current system, 33 states charge men and women different for the same services. In those states, more than 90 percent of the best-selling insurance plans charge women more than men, the National Women's Law Center found through a recent analysis.