Melbourne protest for Gaza, July 19. 2014.
everyone fucking reblog #prayforgaza
If a woman’s preferred form of birth control is to keep her clothes on, should her company have to pay for her wardrobe?
Since when are clothes a medicine? Birth control is a medicine. Also, companies don’t pay for birth control, health insurance does(which is bought by the employee through the company).
you might be surprised, but you can *still* get pregnant if you have sex with your clothes on!
Clothes are not a form of birth control. “Keeping your clothes on” is an euphemism for “abstinence”, which means ·to abstain” from sex.
But wait, there’s more, did you know that you can be abstinent even withouth clothes? Fascinating, right? And you can also have non penetrative sex (clothes optional) and that will still prevent pregnancy!
The more you know!
Three years ago, I first told my story in Marie Claire. Today, I am proud to announce that I am joining the magazine’s editorial team as a Contributing Editor. In my role, I will write for the print and online versions of the magazine, act as a brand ambassador and contribute insight and ideas about culture and beauty, politics and pop culture.