I decided that I have to be more active in making sure that women do not lose the rights we in the United States have gained over the decades since we were chattel without a vote and without control over the functions of our own bodies.
To help all of us and future generations I have created this little image that your are free to download and use in any way that supports the maintenance and expansion of women’s rights, is pro-choice, and does nothing to fuel or support the war on women. The easiest way I know of to download is to click on the image until you get just the image showing, and then save the image to your computer. If you want to link to the image, please grab the badge code from the sidebar.
If you would like the graphic in another format, such as psd or gif, just contact me and let me know and I will send it. I do graphics primarily for myself, but I believe in sharing.
If you believe in the separation of church and state, the right of women to control their own health care decisions, and the need for a basic healthcare for all, please do all you can to encourage progressive voter registration and voting this year and in every election.
I would love to know how this image is used. Please let me know if you have chosen to use this graphic or badge on your site.
Oh, and be sure to SHARE this post! Thanks!
I agree with my body my choice and I will think of some way to use this in an upcoming post, perhaps. Thanks for offering to share it, it’s very well done.
Glad you found it of possible use. I love playing with graphics, and this one just called out to be created.
Lovely job on the graphic!! My sentiments exactly.
You are very generous to offer your graphic to others. If I use it, I will be sure to let you know and to link back here.
Laura Rogers says
Great job. I agree the graphics are awesome.
My body my choice, agree completely
Beverly Diehl says
Awesome. Put it in my sidebar (with a link back to this page), will post on FaceBook and Pinterest. You Rock!
Thank you, I’m so glad you found it useful! It started out as I have fallopian tubes and I vote, but I wanted it to have more “mainstream” appeal. If we get even a few people thinking that is wonderful, if we collectively get the message out that women vote, all the better, and if we get even one woman to the polls to vote in support of having control over her own body, damn, we are amazing.