Tag Archives: PP Action Fund

Abortion Takes Us Through the Looking Glass

It is almost axiomatic that if you feel strongly about something, you should not pay attention to the reader comments about that something on a mainstream media newspaper’s website. Regular readers of the Houston Chronicle‘s online edition can back me … Continue reading

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Vote, Donate, & Bring a Friend – And Caption This Photo!

Yesterday’s Planned Parenthood of Houston & Southeast Texas Action Fund luncheon, featuring Celinda Lake, was wonderful and infuriating all at once. Wonderful because being in a room full of people with similar beliefs and ideals always recharges my batteries. Infuriating … Continue reading

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Notes on a Luncheon

OK, sort-of live-blogging the Planned Parenthood of Houston & Southeast Texas Action Fund luncheon. I say sort-of because I keep having to move my computer to eat my veggies! What’s a (c)(4) for? The Action Fund is a 501(c)(4) organization. … Continue reading

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My Life is a Non-Negotiable Demand

I’m at the Planned Parenthood of Houston & Southeast Texas Action Fund annual membership meeting, and will be tweeting, at least, if not live-blogging. I thought I’d share this poem that explains so powerfully why I advocate for abortion rights, … Continue reading

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