Hosts: Alexandra, Zena, and Jainway
We had some technical difficulties at the beginning of the show. Jainway fills in for Tech-Guy for the first half of the show.
Alex talks about a pregnant cat that was left at here home.
Zena talks about the 13 hour filibuster done by Rep. Wendy Davis.
The Republicans falsified the time clock to make it appear that the vote was done before the time ran out.
Alex talks about Wendy's shoes. She reads some of the reviews on Amazon.
Alex talks about Teen moms.
Alex tells us about her college experience.
Jainway won her case in court. Find out the verdict.
Federal judge blocks a portion of Alabama's Trap legislation to keep the clinics open.
Alabama Health Department tried to use the Tuscaloosa's women's clinic as a model for the TRAP legislation. Find out what happened.
A Texas legislator believes a "Rape Kit" is an abortion. Find out all about it.
Texas rep Jonathan Strickland tweets a message that said he was thankful that he has his second amendment rights to protect himself from liberals.
Jain tells us about a 12 year old girl who was kicked off the football team because the boys had impure thoughts about her.
Zena tells us about the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
Jainway has figured out why the protesters didn't show up at the clinic today.
Alex tells us about a nasty tweet from Dan Cathy (CEO Chick-Fil-A).
Alex, Jain, and Zena takes a few calls from the audience.
Sadly all the calls were trolls.
Jain tells us about a new study that gay people use twitter more than any other group.
Alex tells us a statistic about Mississippi. 26% of gay couples are raising children. That's the highest in the nation.
Zena and Alex talks about crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs). Some clinics are putting personal information about patients on the Internet. Zena gives us some tips about how to avoid fake clinics.
Alex announces a new segment for the show.