Come And Take It Reproductive Rights Pink - 3ft x 5ft Protest Flag
Our popular uterus variation, now in Pink! Women's reproductive rights are under attack. Progress has been made by the right, and Roe Vs. Wade will make its way to Trump's Supreme Court appointees. An image of a defiant uterus replaces the famous cannon shows the world you are an ally in the fight to protect the reproductive freedom and rights for all women. The famous flag from the Battle of Gonzales was the first flag used in the Texas Revolution. It has become a hallmark of Texas pride and close to 200 years later it shows no signs of waning in popularity. It has come to symbolize defiance against someone or something looking to grind you down or deprive you of a right or privilege.
- 36" x 60" for prominent visibility at protests
- Equipped with grommets for mounting and hanging
- 100% polyester knit flag fabric, 90GSM
- Machine wash cold on gentle cycle, mild detergent
- Single sided semitransparent dye sublimation print
- Image on the back side is a mirrored image with 50-60% visibility
- Available within the U.S only at this time
- Free shipping
- This item is a print on demand product
- Flags are printed within 6-9 business days
- Tracking number provided when printing is complete
- Arrives within 9-14 business days after purchase
The phrase “Come and Take It” dates back to King Leonidas I defying the Persian army to take his army’s weapons with the phrase “Molon labe”” at the Battle of Thermopylae. The Gonzales flag itself was created by Sarah Seely DeWitt and her daughter, Evaline, from Noami DeWitt's wedding dress, an interesting tidbit that makes this adaptation for women's reproductive rights movement even more poignant.
Politicians have been chipping away at the protections for women to obtain the safe, legal, and essential reproductive health care they need. These include not only safe abortions, but other health care services including birth control, pregnancy care, annual exams, and cancer screenings, basic services necessary for women's well-being throughout their lives.
The fact is that women's fundamental human rights should never be treated as political spoils to be won or lost. And while pundits and politicians continue to do so, the real consequences of the steady erosion of legal protections since Roe are being felt sharply in the lives of millions of women nationwide.
And if the opponents of reproductive rights get their way and either overturn Roe or continue to choke off access to reproductive health care services, the consequences will be felt by countless women whose health and very lives will be endangered.