No Salt in My Pimp Juice
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(via theclearlydope)

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You know, I’m amazed how we don’t judge the choices that rich white men make. Look at how we don’t prosecute bank executives who illegally foreclosed on middle class families and rigged international lending rates. Look at how we defend multi-million dollar pay packages for CEOs running their companies into the ground and yet scrutinize even a 10-cent increase in the minimum wage. Look at how we make excuses for male politician after politician who drop their pants and then make comebacks (pun intended!).

But poor women, especially poor women of color, immigrant women—we judge every choice they make. We judge them if they have children. We judge them if they get abortions and don’t have children. We don’t care that General Electric doesn’t pay any taxes—but we care that poor women of color collect public assistance AND have too nice of a cell phone.

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Sally Kohn, “Abortion Access for All Our Daughters” (via lalondes)

Immediately preceding the above quote was this:

In a society that commodifies everything to package and sell to elites, sex is a luxury good that poor women can’t afford.

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