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In the aftermath of the Supreme Court overturningRoe v. Wade, people on Twitter are understandably irate that six justices can govern half the nation's bodies based on religious doctrine. They're calling out political hypocrisy and the the government's long history of mistreating people with uteruses — especially since this decision will further marginalize millions of already vulnerable people.
Countless tweets are calling out the anti-abortion government's hypocrisy.
Others are positing that maybe the real problem dates back to 1788.
Many people are lamenting all the ways marginalized groups have been let down over the years.
There's some room for hope, though, as long as people fight for what's right.
But while most progress is achieved through protest and civil disobedience, remember to watch what you say and how you organize!
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