- The Feminist stretch toward Abortion- *PART THREE*
There is a very awful irony in America today and that is, in most states, women can be prosecuted for "fetal abuse" if they take harmful drugs during their pregnancy ( not mentioning how some argue that if the mother takes cocaine ,for example ,it'd be fatal for the child and misfortunate ,therefore abortion is good in that regard) are the same women who are perfectly fine and able to hire someone to kill their baby if they so choose to ,even though it isn't just 'their body'.The circumstances surrounding the conception do not change this reality. Rape and abortion share this in common as I've stated in previous post. They are both acts of violent assault against an innocent victim. Oops , because news flash ,women in general are not always the only victim in a situation. Aborting a child produced through rape simply extends this pattern of violence and victimhood. It does not "unrape" the woman, even though some try to argue which is pure unrealistic idiocy . I could endlessly prove this argument with biology ,politics and facts,but it's just plain evident . Summary of this series : It is not controlling your body it's killing another, your misfortune doesn't justify abortion , victimizing yourself doesn't prove shit when using psychological methods to persuade others into believing murder is 'not morally wrong' is just another poor bogus argument , and fetuses are indeed ALIVE so stop fucking pretending it isn't . You cannot change science ,nor can I .
Don't agree? I bet to differ .
-Feminist Stretch toward Abortion- *PART TWO*
When it comes to abortion, there is no shortage of "What if...?'s." Just when it seems the injustice of abortion has been firmly established, we hear things like: What if the woman was raped?, What if she can't afford to take care of a child? Some might even stretch to deformity. First of all , if you're raped ,get pregnant , doing something morally wrong that can be justified as worst than rape is idiotic ."I got raped now I have the right to kill it" what the actual fuck is that logic. Your misfortune is no right to treat others (fetus) as if they're 'nothing' . Using the tactic to appeal to these more emotionally-charged circumstances in an attempt to move the focus away from the core of the issue – will not justify violence.If someone's right to life truly were established or removed based simply on their "wantedness," what would that mean for the homeless ? The whole argument is bogus.These pathetic beings may argue that in much stupidity the same way that they argue aborting children who might grow up with a disability—as if disease or handicap somehow strips a person of their right to live and relegates them to a life of misery - is a reason that abortion is somehow moral. Here's the thing, they get raped, they can do something morally wrong ,the child has a disability , they can do something morally wrong ,they have misfortune ,they can do something wrong: Oh cry a fucking river for christ's sake !--- what the actual fuck is this idiocy? There are children of all ages, and adults too, who are alive today and are living through all manner of disease , disability,and misfortune --- if they didn't want to 'live' (speaking in general) they'd kill themselves. No being can accurately predict a specimen's thoughts ,which demolishes that whole bogus mindset.Disability and misfortune isn't the issue, it's humanity. We do not kill people because of that. Therefore, unless we're not human beings before we're born, our disabilities should no more disqualify us from life before birth than they do after birth --- but unfortunately so , oops we are according to biology.
Dont agree?Prove me wrong.
-Feminist stretch toward Abortion- *PART ONE* A first-trimester fetus has moral value because whether a woman consider it a potential life or not it has more value than just a cluster of cells.There are seven characteristics that consider an organism as 'living' .Two of them are ,
growth and change;and
being made of cells - all of which a fetus is classified as. Abortion is not a sacrament , nor is it a sign of bravery--- it's a pathetic excuse to solve the outcome of one's decisions. There are certainly standards in abortions , if the pregnancy is fatal then do what is beneficial for the mother's health , if not then it is uncalled for. Fetuses are both human and alive. Humans have the right to life. So therefore, fetuses have the right to life. Most certainly, women have the right to control their own bodies, but the right to life overrides the right of a woman to control her own body because it isn't 'just her body' anymore. Therefore, abortion is indeed wrong.Although a fetus uses a woman's body as a life-support system, a pregnant woman does not use a fetus's body as a life-support system. It is also quite clear that the earliest human embryo is biologically alive. It fulfills the four criteria needed to establish biological life: metabolism, growth, reaction to stimuli, and reproduction. And according to the definition of murder , abortion is indeed murdering a human being.Many ignorant feminist try defending their position by stating ,"it is not a person".That is a unscientific argument: it has nothing to do with science and everything to do with someone's own moral or political philosophy, which is absolutely nothing compared to facts.
Don't agree? Prove me wrong.
Ok, here we goooooo... I just finished reading the #NovelASparkOfLight
by one of my absolute favorites, #AuthorJodiPicoult
📖 384 pages, #fiction #saga
☆☆☆☆☆ I GIVE THIS BOOK 5/5 THOUGHT-PROVOKING #STARS
📖 This book is about more than just #abortion
- it's about #FamilySecrets #GrowingUp #TeensAndParents
and yes, abortion. The reason THIS novel, compared to other fictional books I've read on this subject, is so riveting, is because the author offers an equal dialogue from both #ProChoice
writes this story with grace, honesty, and medical accuracy, and it's important to read the #LetterFromTheAuthor
at the end, because you will be seriously moved by the level of raw & real research that went into this book before the author would even write it. So much respect for @jodipicoult
for having the fearlessness to construct such a novel! #books #reading #novels #BookASparkOfLight #AbortionDebate #SingleDads
🖤"LAWS ARE BLACK & WHITE. THE LIVES OF WOMEN ARE A THOUSAND SHADES OF GRAY"♡ - Author, Jodi Picoult
In this #podcast
, we call upon one of the nation's leading scholars and authors ('After Roe' and 'Beyond Abortion') of human reproduction and public policy, Professor Mary Ziegler, to provide perspective on the issue as it once again takes center stage in America. ⠀
You will be surprised to go back to 1973 and the Roe v. Wade decision to find that the divides were different then and, perhaps, less pronounced than they are today. ⠀
You will find in the politics of the issue that at times it's been fought over women's health and, at other times, more focused on the rights of the unborn. Never settled and always unsettling, we approach this issue once again as the U.S. Supreme Court turns more conservative. ⠀
Will they ever tackle the question of 'when life begins' and would they ever relegate abortions to back alleys in America. ⠀
We pose the question as to whether contraceptive technology might end this issue once and for all. Stay tuned for the answer.⠀
#abortiondebate #roevwade #scotus #politics
#ApplePodcasts #TuneIn #GooglePlay #Stitcher
Ok, maybe a bit of context would help. Before this was a very large and in depth argument for pro-life. The people who make these arguments invest (Globally) millions into them. But surely they should be improving the lives of already alive citizens rather than attempting to create more lives, which could be unwanted, born into poor households or put up for adoption or foster care in an already crowded system. #prochoice #abortiondebate #feminism #equality
Here's my little rant to someone's comment on abortion. Original comment is not shown due to privacy reasons. Please read entire rant before commenting.
I'm pro choice BTW but I'm not a sick fuck who'll say that abortion is just like exfoliating or periods. It's not. It's a necessity and not something that should be treated as trivial. I think that pro choice folk who spew shit like that are actually hurting those who've had abortions by trivialising the trauma they may have had following the procedure. So although I don't believe it's a light decision that should be made at the first sign of inconvenience, I do believe that ultimately it is the choice of whoever is carrying the fetus / baby. Please be aware that there are time limits for when people can have abortions (usually 20 - 24 weeks) unless there is a medical concern. I am not advocating for people to abort 8 month old fetuses / babies.
Selective abortion is a way that both disabled people and women are eradicated. How so? In many countries, female offspring are considered burdens, so they are aborted or killed immediately when they’re born. In other places, when Down Syndrome is defected, the baby is aborted. This also happens when there is any other sort of genetic disease, deformity, or disability is detected. The vast majority of women don’t do it thinking that these types of people are inferior. No, it’s just that doctors and family members tell them, “You can’t do this. It’s too hard.” I don’t blame them. The idea of caring for a disabled kid can be scary if you don’t know anything about it. But why aren’t we helping these mothers? Why aren’t we giving them resources and emotional support? Why is the first option always: the baby has to go. Instead of: what can we do to support you through this? The second question is what charities like #Bridgehaven
do. They give counseling, baby clothes, supplies, and support to expecting or new mothers. Why can’t we help mothers like that? Instead of telling them their child is better off dead?
Does anyone feel like there is this thing that some feminists or people do today? That they are trying to put women in a mold? Like you have to be pro choice and if you’re not than you’re anti woman or you’re denying yourself a right. And you have to believe homosexual acts are okay and if you don’t you’re a homophobe. And you have to be tolerant and accepting of everyone’s beliefs, but you should keep yours to yourself. And that everyone deserves to be treated with love and respect except those with opposing views. If you’re pro life you suddenly don’t care about immigrants or the poor enough. I am a girl. I am pro life. I am against homosexual acts. I am catholic. I have experience same sex attraction in the past and repented and came back to Christ. I welcome immigrants. I don’t think there should be people starving on the streets. I will express my views and you can express yours. I am always open to a respectful and open debate. #prolife #women #feminism #feminist #eh #catholicchurch #abortiondebate #iamtheprolifegeneration #bible #catholic #girl #abortion #abortioniswrong
God heals all wounds...... God forgives all sins..... Allow God to mend your broken heart..... 💜💜💜
VIDEO: 6th CD Democrats' debate comment "Abortion is like gall bladder
surgery" sets off firestorm - Last week, Roskam and his Democrat
challenger Sean Casten debated on several issues, including abortion.
Casten made an off-the-cuff remark that is likely to come back and haunt
him during the last 100 days of the campaign. After Roskam confirmed that
he was pro-life, Casten said abortion is like "gall bladder surgery" - and
should be a woman's choice. #AbortionDebate #PeterRoskam #SeanCasten
To all the antis who say “the fetus has a right to life”. The pregnant woman has a right to body autonomy. If a woman does not want to be pregnant she has control over HER body and she can choose if she would like to keep or terminate the pregnancy. And no “right to life” overrules that.
This has been making it's rounds on social media. This is important.
Please leave your thoughts below, respectfully!
Please READ, RETWEET & SHARE Tory/DUP deal under pressure as @sinnfeinireland
changes it's position on abortion #SFAF18 #NorthernIreland #abortiondebate
My gorgeous God-daughter Carrie , 21 is in hospital today for surgery to have gallstones removed....
She obviously has Downs Syndrome, and one of the concerns of those in Ireland who will vote in the referendum to repeal the 8th amendment , is that the majority of these children will be aborted, and never given a chance of LIFE!
Carrie is a joy to all, with a great sense of humour! ... and after she was born , in England, the hospital apologized to her mother for not picking up on the scan that she had Downs Syndrome.... and told her that had they known, they could have aborted her. (90% of preborn babies with Downs are aborted in England. In Iceland it's 100% What 'Choice' do they have to life?)
Her mother was outraged, and told them so! She has loved Carrie as her other children, and is with her now in Galway hospital.
I normally steer away from politics on here, but this referendum is extremely emotive here in Ireland ... and very close to my heart.
(See stats on pictures 2 & 3>>>>) @savethe8th
😓 #savethe8th #prolife #downsyndromeawareness #isthisreallyanydifferenttohitlersfinalsolution
? #abortiondebate #norepeal0
In Dublin for the Irish launch of Abortion Matters. Very honoured to have stalwart prolife TD Mattie Mcgrath in attendence.