Marinashirt – Official i’m the shit and the urine shirt

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It’s been, to say the least, a difficult year for abortion access, as the June overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court set the stage for reproductive rights to be challenged in all 50 states. However, as the results of the 2022 midterm elections come in, it appears some major victories for the abortion-rights movement were won across the country. Below, see the five states where abortion rights were impacted most by the outcome of the midterms: This historically red state was already affected by an abortion trigger law after the fall of Roe, and anti-abortion activists have lent support to a ballot measure stating that nothing in the state’s constitution protects the right to an abortion. While votes are still being counted, 52% of Kentucky voters have rejected that measure, Amendment 2, so far.

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It’s been hard to hope in the current political clime, but faring not so badly in the midterms feels pretty good. Another heartening wrinkle: the contribution of new Gen Z voters, who, according to early polls, showed up decisively for Democrats. The House now has its first Gen Z member: 25-year-old Maxwell Alejandro Frost, a Black, Cuban former organizer for the ACLU who won in Orlando, in a state where he’d previously lobbied to restore voting rights to Floridians convicted of felonies. Representative-elect Frost ran on codifying abortion rights, economic equity, and gun violence, an epidemic that he—unlike so many lawmakers—has grown up with. “I come from a generation that has gone through more mass-shooting drills than fire drills,” Frost told The New York Times. On Tuesday night, Frost was triumphant, dancing at his victory party in Orlando. “History was made tonight,” he wrote on Twitter and Instagram. “We made history for Floridians, for Gen Z, and for everyone who believes we deserve a better future.”

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Resisting the orange man, however, is too bleak and too tired a rallying cry. Instead of just voting against Trump (even two years after voters booted him from office and consigned him to one-term-president status), I believe the Democratic electorate went to the polls to show who and what they’re for. Chief among those issues: reproductive freedom. Despite still more pat predictions that the economy would trump abortion in terms of ballot priorities (even as abortion is fundamentally an economic concern), abortion rights decisively won in the midterms. Measures to explicitly protect abortion at the state level passed not only in California, Vermont, and Michigan but also in the faithfully red state of Kentucky, sending an emphatic message that voters are not aligned with the Supreme Court’s extreme decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. As writer Molly Jong-Fast tweeted, “Dobbs”—the June decision officially gutting Roe—“killed the red wave.”

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