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writing-and-nutmeg · 4 months ago
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Reader: Omg I can’t wait for the next chapter!!
Me, the writer, slowly closing my blank word doc:
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Edit: Credit to @luke-skywalker for the gif!
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writing-and-nutmeg · 4 months ago
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Reader: Omg I can’t wait for the next chapter!!
Me, the writer, slowly closing my blank word doc:
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Edit: Credit to @luke-skywalker for the gif!
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writing-and-nutmeg · 4 months ago
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Abortion bounty hunters are now legal in Texas.
This is so fucking scary.
Not only are abortions now illegal after six weeks (a time when eighty-five percent of people aren’t aware they’re pregnant), but any private citizen can sue people who violate this law for ten thousand dollars. People who can be sued includes anyone who “aided and abetted” the abortion—including not only doctors and healthcare providers, but the people like the fucking uber driver who drove you to the clinic.
And the Supreme Court has done nothing about it.
I am afraid.
I am angry.
I am in disbelief that a group of people, with full knowledge of the terrifying consequences of their actions, pooled their resources, wealth, and knowledge to launch this assault on abortion rights. Displaying a dearth of empathy, they plotted around Roe v. Wade by employing private citizens as bounty hunters, people they will pay thousands of dollars to report abortions.
They launched a modern-day witch hunt.
It’s hard to sort out my emotions. I feel like a pile of autumn leaves, whipped into a tornado of glacial reds and frothing golds and everything in between, unable to separate the colors, the movement, the chaos. But there are three things I do know.
I am a woman—a human being.
My rights are beginning to rot.
And I am furious.
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writing-and-nutmeg · 4 months ago
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The Supreme Court has formally denied the request to block this unconstitutional law.
The law will stay.
Our liberties are dribbling away.
And there is nothing we can do but watch.
Abortion bounty hunters are now legal in Texas.
This is so fucking scary.
Not only are abortions now illegal after six weeks (a time when eighty-five percent of people aren’t aware they’re pregnant), but any private citizen can sue people who violate this law for ten thousand dollars. People who can be sued includes anyone who “aided and abetted” the abortion—including not only doctors and healthcare providers, but the people like the fucking uber driver who drove you to the clinic.
And the Supreme Court has done nothing about it.
I am afraid.
I am angry.
I am in disbelief that a group of people, with full knowledge of the terrifying consequences of their actions, pooled their resources, wealth, and knowledge to launch this assault on abortion rights. Displaying a dearth of empathy, they plotted around Roe v. Wade by employing private citizens as bounty hunters, people they will pay thousands of dollars to report abortions.
They launched a modern-day witch hunt.
It’s hard to sort out my emotions. I feel like a pile of autumn leaves, whipped into a tornado of glacial reds and frothing golds and everything in between, unable to separate the colors, the movement, the chaos. But there are three things I do know.
I am a woman—a human being.
My rights are beginning to rot.
And I am furious.
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writing-and-nutmeg · 4 months ago
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Also, a clarification: This affects people across the entire gender spectrum. My “I am a woman” line above wasn’t meant as a ubiquitous experience, just my personal one—this law affects anyone who can get pregnant, not just women.
Abortion bounty hunters are now legal in Texas.
This is so fucking scary.
Not only are abortions now illegal after six weeks (a time when eighty-five percent of people aren’t aware they’re pregnant), but any private citizen can sue people who violate this law for ten thousand dollars. People who can be sued includes anyone who “aided and abetted” the abortion—including not only doctors and healthcare providers, but the people like the fucking uber driver who drove you to the clinic.
And the Supreme Court has done nothing about it.
I am afraid.
I am angry.
I am in disbelief that a group of people, with full knowledge of the terrifying consequences of their actions, pooled their resources, wealth, and knowledge to launch this assault on abortion rights. Displaying a dearth of empathy, they plotted around Roe v. Wade by employing private citizens as bounty hunters, people they will pay thousands of dollars to report abortions.
They launched a modern-day witch hunt.
It’s hard to sort out my emotions. I feel like a pile of autumn leaves, whipped into a tornado of glacial reds and frothing golds and everything in between, unable to separate the colors, the movement, the chaos. But there are three things I do know.
I am a woman—a human being.
My rights are beginning to rot.
And I am furious.
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writing-and-nutmeg · 4 months ago
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Abortion bounty hunters are now legal in Texas.
This is so fucking scary.
Not only are abortions now illegal after six weeks (which would outlaw at least eighty-five percent of abortions since people can be unaware they’re pregnant at that stage), but any private citizen can sue people who violate this law for ten thousand dollars. People who can be sued includes anyone who “aided and abetted” the abortion—including not only doctors and healthcare providers, but the people like the fucking uber driver who drove you to the clinic.
And the Supreme Court has done nothing about it.
I am afraid.
I am angry.
I am in disbelief that a group of people, with full knowledge of the terrifying consequences of their actions, pooled their resources, wealth, and knowledge to launch this assault on abortion rights. Displaying a dearth of empathy, they plotted around Roe v. Wade by employing private citizens as bounty hunters, people they will pay thousands of dollars to report abortions.
They launched a modern-day witch hunt.
It’s hard to sort out my emotions. I feel like a pile of autumn leaves, whipped into a tornado of glacial reds and frothing golds and everything in between, unable to separate the colors, the movement, the chaos. But there are three things I do know.
I am a woman—a human being.
My rights are beginning to rot.
And I am furious.
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writing-and-nutmeg · 5 months ago
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i am a simple but feeble soul
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i am a simple but feeble soul
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writing-and-nutmeg · 5 months ago
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Me every time I start a new WIP:
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writing-and-nutmeg · 5 months ago
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Me every time I start a new WIP:
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writing-and-nutmeg · 5 months ago
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I think, therefore I am (exhausted)
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writing-and-nutmeg · 7 months ago
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I think, therefore I am (exhausted)
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writing-and-nutmeg · 7 months ago
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Me, a writer: *considers myself an intellectual*
Also me:
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writing-and-nutmeg · 7 months ago
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