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The Texas Senate just passed an extreme anti-abortion bill that would ban abortion as early as 6 weeks. Now it heads to the governor.


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36 minutes ago, PaladinSolo said:

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Its pretty consistent that 80% think it should be legal in at least some form, with really the only change coming from people bouncing between limited and full on.

 

People have this weird fucking idea that people wait until they're crowning to decide they should have an abortion then call in a doctor with a hammer and a railroad spike to get the job done.

 

>90% of abortions happen before 13 weeks, 1% or fewer happen at >21 weeks and most of those are medically necessary at that point. Something like 40% of abortions happen non-surgically.

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Meanwhile, south of the Rio Grande...

 

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Court orders Coahuila to remove sanctions for abortion from criminal code, clearing a path to decriminalisation across Mexico

 

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On 9/3/2021 at 5:41 PM, Ghost_MH said:
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GoDaddy gave website "24 hours to move to a different provider."

 

The Texas site is going to have to find a new host. Apparently, the entire purpose of the site violates GoDaddy's terms of service.

 

 

I actually hadn't considered this and it may be a problem for them looking to host this elsewhere. I guess they could always go to Epik and join the likes of Gab and 8chan.

 

Nevermind. Even Epik says this website violates their terms...

 

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Epik says "collecting anonymous tips" about abortions violates its terms of use.

 

I'm not sure where this leaves the site to go to find a host.

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it’s worth pointing out that rapes are usually committed by acquaintances of their victims, as was the case in nearly 9 in 10 rapes reported to the FBI in Texas that year. On a per capita basis, incidentally, rape is more common in Texas than in the United States overall.

 

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1 hour ago, PaladinSolo said:

 

it’s worth pointing out that rapes are usually committed by acquaintances of their victims, as was the case in nearly 9 in 10 rapes reported to the FBI in Texas that year. On a per capita basis, incidentally, rape is more common in Texas than in the United States overall.

 

 

Stop.electing.paras. 

 

 

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Great thinking on trying to fast track this through the courts so SCOTUS can do something about it!

 

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A lawsuit challenging the state’s restrictions limiting the procedure to the first six weeks of pregnancy is set to be filed in coming days.

 

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