Women’s healthcare is not a partisan issue. It is, however, and unfortunately, a political issue. It should not be!
Regardless of our political affiliations, it is clear as can be, that all women need to stand united to protect their healthcare access and their rights, regardless of religious or party affiliations.
Let’s stop allowing others for their own political purposes, to divide us, and today, and in honor of our Nation’s birthday, stand together for the best possible healthcare for all of us.
Bless this land, its opportunities, and its freedoms! Never allow them to be taken from us and never stop advocating for women’s healthcare.
Happy Birthday, America!
Remember: Suffering in silence is OUT! Reaching out is IN.
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9 thoughts on “Women’s Healthcare and Independence Day!”
I am with you Ellen. Pregnancy as a pre-existing condition, we can not go back to that!!
It is unthinkable and unacceptable!
It makes me crazy that it’s a partisan issue and that women in our cohort are spreading false and malicious information about PP.
Totally agree……….it is disheartening. This link spells out thePP funding very clearly…………..https://www.istandwithpp.org/defund-defined/how-federal-funding-works-planned-parenthood
This should never be a partisan issue. It’s a human issue. We can’t allow women’s issues to go backwards. Ever.
I just don’t understand how anyone can disagree with this. Everyone should be outraged at the healthcare bills that have been proposed. People don’t like Planned Parenthood? They don’t have to go there. They’re anti-abortion? Don’t have one. But no one should allow the government to decide what’s right for ANY woman.
Agreed! How can anyone disagree with this?! Wonderfully stated!
I hope the sisterhood continues to to speak up – – stand up!