Today, December 8th 2013, marks the end of Anti-Choice Screencaps.
The decision to leave ACSC is not an easy one. I created this blog over a year ago to expose the true nature of the anti-choice community. I aimed to educate, enrage, and inspire. You probably noticed that I stopped being active back in October of this year. I have taken this time off to think about my values, emotions, and plans for the future. I realized that I no longer have the means to keep ACSC running.
ACSC will remain up, so you may freely reblog content. I may, on occasion, respond to messages in the inbox. However, I encourage you to email me if you have any questions, comments, or stories. I may be reached at email@example.com.
I sincerely hope that this blog has helped you learn, grow, and change for the better. I will miss you all. Keep fighting. This war is not over.
droptheglasses asked: i've had two abortions, both pregnancies were the results of rape. I worked with a SLA so i would not need my parents consent as i was 12/15 at the times of the procedures. both times when i went into the clinics i was harassed and screamed at by anti-choicers, the first time one man tried to grab me and bodily take me away from the clinic. it just goes to show that they really don't care about children after birth.
Yeah that’s completely inappropriate and illegal.
Anonymous asked: Hey. What happened to you. Where are you?
Making a post that explains everything in just a moment, hold on.
ayyuba asked: I was attacked for being a monotheist and attemting to honor Savita's memory and be prochoice. I was also blamed for her death because my beliefs allegedly cause her death when they did not. I have been prochoice for a while now, and I feel hurt by what these people said to me. Do you believe that theists of any flavor can be prochoice and honor Savita's memory?
alwaysdreamingt0night asked: You have the implanon right? I just got the paragard removed because it rejected from my body twice. I'd love to hear your opinion/ experience with implanon
I have Nexplanon, and I absolutely love it. Besides some spotting during the first year and infrequent/missing periods, it’s been wonderful and problem-free.
caerix asked: So I got a condescending asshole in my inbox talking about an old screencap about a woman opting out of giving birth at a hospital and how it's totally fine to not go to a hospital since midwives are so much better. I'm fairly certain the screencap in question mentioned squatting in an elevator and giving birth, and I guess that now somehow equals giving birth at home with a team of expensive personal doctors on standby.