Monday, February 13, 2012

Red hats or pink ribbons? Komen or PP?

Political or financial? Policy or personal? Planned or --

Folks, Komen et al knew what they were getting into when they made their poor decision. They didn't realize that women of all ages and all incomes and all faiths would jump straight to their computers and blog it, sing it to the world, and then donate money to Planned Parenthood.

Two bloggers named Margaret and Helen posted about pink razors, Planned Parenthood, and politics. Please take a look at what they have to say. These two are done having babies, but they're not done taking care of women in the U.S. Here it is: Pink Razors.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Jenny said...

The Komen thing, Conservatives and birth control and abortion, I'm wondering if now is the time Women say, "Enough. Back off. Don't pretend you're caring about religion, or politics, or whatever. Back off my turf."

2/13/2012 7:55 AM  
Blogger Charade said...

Oh, Thank You so much for sharing this link. I can't believe I've lived so long without knowing of Helen & Margaret's site. What a hoot. And I love that someone older than I can take the thoughts right out of my mind and put them in a blog. Just made by donation to Planned Parenthood through their link. Now I gotta go fight like a girl!

2/13/2012 8:48 AM  
Blogger Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Phenomenal link.

2/13/2012 9:38 AM  
Blogger songbird's crazy world said...

We are on the same page. I donated to PP when the Komen thing happened.

2/13/2012 8:34 PM  

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