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lauramanfre:

Fast food pattern for AHD Paper Co. Available here!

lauramanfre:

Fast food pattern for AHD Paper Co. 
Available here!

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The little-known art of Zelda Fitzgerald – pictured here, her painting of springtime at Washington Square Park.

explore-blog:

The little-known art of Zelda Fitzgerald – pictured here, her painting of springtime at Washington Square Park.

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God this woman

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The ConservatoryDavid Bates
1985

lilacsinthedooryard:

The Conservatory
David Bates

1985

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"Closing [the Morgentaler Clinic] doesn’t make abortions stop. And it also doesn’t force people to comply to an arbitrary system. What it does do is to force people into unsafe abortion procedures and put their lives at risk or continue with an unwanted pregnancy. Why? Because limiting access limits choice."

Ten reasons why the Morgentaler Clinic closure matter via rabble.ca

I wrote this little listicle on the closure of the Morgentaler Clinic in New Brunswick and why this is fucking terrible for reproductive choice in Canada. Seriously.

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"In the final chapter of the book Doolittle presents the reader with a sobering possibility for Toronto in the upcoming 2014 election: even after all the scandals, dysfunction at City Hall and all the sweeping lies, there’s a very real chance that Rob Ford could be reelected."

'Crazy Town': Doolittle does a lot with Rob Ford's story by Heather Morgan

#RobFord #RobFord #RobFord #RobFord #RobFord #RobFord #RobFord

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uncomfortable wine glass
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uncomfortable wine glass

© 2012 Katerina Kamprani - all rights reserved

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lauramanfre:

Tabby kitten pattern!

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Tabby kitten pattern!

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"Despite their radical views, [crisis pregnancy centres] are not fringe organizations; in many parts of Canada, they outnumber real abortion providers by a significant margin. The website Campaign Life Coalition lists seven CPCs in Saskatchewan, a province with zero abortion clinics and only four hospitals that provide abortion services. A woman in PEI who is faced with an unwanted pregnancy has no abortion access in-province, but can visit Birthright International, a religious organization with an anti-choice mandate and more than 300 chapters worldwide. CPCs"

Buyer beware: A guide to anti-choice advertising

I wrote about fake clinics and their predatory advertising for Rabble.

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SELECTED WORKS FROM CRAIG BAGNO.

NEW-YORK BASED STREET PHOTOJOURNALISM, THIS DUDE NEVER FAILS TO IMPRESS. A REAL GENIUS WHEN IT COMES TO FRAMING SUBJECTS INTERACTING WITH THEIR SURROUNDINGS, ALWAYS KNOWS HOW TO PUT THE SHOT INTO CONTEXT.

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"Because of stigma and marginalization, sex workers face numerous risks to their well-being. HIV is just one of them, but HIV is often a symptom of human rights violations, such as lack of access to health care, legal protection and the right to make a living. Legislation that prioritizes the rights of sex workers — decriminalization — also has the greatest HIV prevention potential."

To help or to hinder? Sex work legislation and HIV prevention by Julia Smith via rabble.ca

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