I normally try to stay out of the political and social realms on IG but it’s extremely hard these days. There is so much injustice going on right now that seems to be basically celebrated by some parts of our society and public servants. It blows my mind. We talk at home with our kids that when we see inequality we must take a stand, interject, and protect if necessary, ANYONE who is subjected to intolerance. I feel like I can and should be doing a lot more. Expect to see a lot more postings from me on the subject. Don’t like it, ✌🏼. The above thoughts and message are expressly mine, @suuupadave, @ and give credit if you’d like to share. #whenyouknowbetteryoudobetter
The assault on women’s rights is REAL. Get your ass out and VOTE.
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WOMEN. ARE. WATCHING.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION: A letter titled “Women’s March on Kavanaugh: Withdraw.” The content of the letter reads: “Brett Kavanaugh’s history with women shows he is 100% unqualified to serve on the Supreme Court, and he should withdraw immediately. His nomination was an affront to women from the start, and any continuation of these hearings will be seen by women as a war on survivors of sexual assault.
The #MeToo movement exposed the horrific reality that far too many survivors live, but there is a better path. Women deserve better, survivors deserve better, and we are here to demand better for Dr. Blasey Ford, for Deborah Ramirez, and all of us.
Donald Trump’s essential message, that women, femmes and girls are worth nothing in the eyes of our government, is wrong. Women are watching. It is past time for Kavanaugh to withdraw, and the Republicans who have championed him will pay in November. You don’t get to be a rape apologist and stay in office. Not on our watch."