The Supreme Court’s new conservative majority doesn’t just want to take your rights away—they want you to thank them for doing it.
Erin Ryan is a Daily Beast columnist, the host of Crooked Media’s Hysteria podcast, and a writer for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. She is based in Los Angeles.
Predictions that the summer of 2021 would be both horny and chill have turned out to be sorely mistaken.
They don’t care about us. So let’s talk about them, and the selfish reasons they need to get the jab.
But they aren’t, of course. Instead, the anti-choice crowd is arguing against straw-men even as women who have made the choice relive their trauma to try and protect others.
It’s not about what she says, but what she does. And what she does is endorse the likes of Brett Kavanaugh and Paul LePage.
Just as the world does not need her verse in “Monster” re-recorded by Dr. Anthony Fauci, the world does not need to hear her opinions on the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine.
He ran for office on the labor of female organizers and voters, used women as props in slick campaign videos and photo ops and then, when women needed him most, abandoned them.
This week, she gave reason to hope that this Congress and this president are capable of advancing an agenda that would actually benefit people most in need.
Welcome to the Lean Out era, when bland white guys are finally facing consequences for behavior that nobody should be getting away with.
Men who have been put in charge keep choosing to discourage behavior that would save women working in schools and the health-care system from doing unnecessary and taxing work.