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    Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    Anti-life feminists are ecstatically heralding a recent episode of 'Friday Night Lights' for it's "bravery" in the way it has handled a situation of teenage pregnancy. As for the details, I'll have to take their word on it because I don't watch the show, but, apparently, the feminist glee revolves around the decision of 15 year old Becky Sproles to have an abortion.

    http://community-classic.feministing...rtion-thi.html

    One article on feministing.com was entitled, 'I'm rooting for an abortion this Friday night'. Does that seem odd to you for those who purport to defend choice? It's the reason I choose to call those who are pro-abortion 'anti-life' instead of the more PC 'pro-choice'. I've yet to see a self-proclaimed 'pro-choicer' celebrate when a women chooses not to abort a child. It's only when an unplanned pregnancy ends in abortion that feminist's start celebrating it and call it "pro-female", as a subsequent feministing.com article praised the 'Friday Night Lights' episode for being.

    http://feministing.com/2010/08/06/dont-mess-with-tami/

    Apparently, getting pregnant and choosing to have the baby is anti-female and anti-choice. The only choice that is acceptable and brave by feminist standards is the one that ends in choosing to kill your unborn child. Making the truly laudable decisions, such as altering your life for the life of another and taking responsibility for your actions, is deemed unworthy of commendation. Wholly unsurprising, I suppose, for a movement that promotes selfishness and a lack of accountability in women.

    In the Washington Post, Gloria Feldt, former president of Planned Parenthood, similarly praises this episode of 'Friday Night Lights'. Ms. Feldt, in her promotion of abortion, proclaims,

    Even before Roe v. Wade legalized it in 1973, abortion was common. Most everyone knew of someone who had died from a back-alley abortion, or a child who had been orphaned by one. The abortion rights movement was, as a result, intimately connected to the larger women's rights movement.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...072302432.html

    Really? I was born shortly after Roe v. Wade, but, for the sake of understanding, I've asked my mom, grandmas, aunts....not one of them ever knew anyone, or even knew someone who knew someone, who had died in a back-alley abortion. They knew that such a thing occasionally happened, but it was far from the common occurrence Ms. Feldt would like her readers to believe it to have been. Women were not dying in droves in American back-alleys pre-1973. The vast, vast majority of women who became pregnant did what women have been doing since humans first walked the Earth...they had babies.

    1972 was the last full year before Roe vs. Wade. For that year, the federal Centers for Disease Control reported that 39 women died due to illegal abortion. Now, I'm not one to make little of the deaths of 39 women, but it's an exchange I'd be willing to make for the MILLION or so babies that are aborted annually in the U.S. And, please, spare me the poor women who are victims of rape and incest angle...don't get me wrong, I don't think anyone who is a victim of rape or incest should be forced to bear the child, but a 2000 study in the U.S. showed the percentage of pregnancies aborted because of incest or rape as a whopping 1%. Yep, you read that correctly, 1%. The top three reasons a woman has an abortion?

    25.5% Want to postpone childbearing
    21.3% Cannot afford a baby
    14.1% Has relationship problem or partner does not want pregnancy

    Abortions due to risk to maternal health? 2.8%

    Overwhelmingly, the reasons women choose to abort their children have nothing to do with life threatening conditions, rape or incest. Of course, our abortion applauding feminists are fully aware of and quite comfortable with this fact.

    Make no mistake, feminists consider each every baby aborted a victory for 'the cause'.


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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    Who would of thought pregnancy and childbearing would be anti female?
    When did slaughtering infants become a victory for "the cause"?

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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    OK, Let us just go through this again.

    Quote Quote from Kim View Post
    Anti-life feminists are ecstatically heralding a recent episode of 'Friday Night Lights' for it's "bravery" in the way it has handled a situation of teenage pregnancy. As for the details, I'll have to take their word on it because I don't watch the show, but, apparently, the feminist glee revolves around the decision of 15 year old Becky Sproles to have an abortion.

    I'm rooting for an abortion this Friday night - Community

    One article on feministing.com was entitled, 'I'm rooting for an abortion this Friday night'. Does that seem odd to you for those who purport to defend choice? It's the reason I choose to call those who are pro-abortion 'anti-life' instead of the more PC 'pro-choice'.

    I've yet to see a self-proclaimed 'pro-choicer' celebrate when a women chooses not to abort a child.

    It's only when an unplanned pregnancy ends in abortion that feminist's start celebrating it and call it "pro-female", as a subsequent feministing.com article praised the 'Friday Night Lights' episode for being.

    Don’t mess with Tami!

    Apparently, getting pregnant and choosing to have the baby is anti-female and anti-choice. The only choice that is acceptable and brave by feminist standards is the one that ends in choosing to kill your unborn child.

    Making the truly laudable decisions, such as altering your life for the life of another and taking responsibility for your actions, is deemed unworthy of commendation.

    Wholly unsurprising, I suppose, for a movement that promotes selfishness and a lack of accountability in women.

    In the Washington Post, Gloria Feldt, former president of Planned Parenthood, similarly praises this episode of 'Friday Night Lights'. Ms. Feldt, in her promotion of abortion, proclaims,

    Even before Roe v. Wade legalized it in 1973, abortion was common. Most everyone knew of someone who had died from a back-alley abortion, or a child who had been orphaned by one. The abortion rights movement was, as a result, intimately connected to the larger women's rights movement.

    washingtonpost.com

    Really? I was born shortly after Roe v. Wade, but, for the sake of understanding, I've asked my mom, grandmas, aunts....not one of them ever knew anyone, or even knew someone who knew someone, who had died in a back-alley abortion.

    They knew that such a thing occasionally happened, but it was far from the common occurrence Ms. Feldt would like her readers to believe it to have been. Women were not dying in droves in American back-alleys pre-1973. The vast, vast majority of women who became pregnant did what women have been doing since humans first walked the Earth...they had babies.

    1972 was the last full year before Roe vs. Wade. For that year, the federal Centers for Disease Control reported that 39 women died due to illegal abortion.

    Now, I'm not one to make little of the deaths of 39 women, but it's an exchange I'd be willing to make for the MILLION or so babies that are aborted annually in the U.S.

    And, please, spare me the poor women who are victims of rape and incest angle...don't get me wrong, I don't think anyone who is a victim of rape or incest should be forced to bear the child, but a 2000 study in the U.S. showed the percentage of pregnancies aborted because of incest or rape as a whopping 1%. Yep, you read that correctly, 1%. The top three reasons a woman has an abortion?

    25.5% Want to postpone childbearing
    21.3% Cannot afford a baby
    14.1% Has relationship problem or partner does not want pregnancy

    Abortions due to risk to maternal health? 2.8%

    Overwhelmingly, the reasons women choose to abort their children have nothing to do with life threatening conditions, rape or incest. Of course, our abortion applauding feminists are fully aware of and quite comfortable with this fact.

    Make no mistake, feminists consider each every baby aborted a victory for 'the cause'.[IMG]
    https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/5439557354836088323-871863971968556679?l=equalbutdifferent.blogspot.co m[/IMG]


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    This blog entry NEEDS to be sent out widely.

    OK, Let us just go through this again.

    Quote Quote from Kim View Post
    Anti-life feminists are ecstatically heralding a recent episode of 'Friday Night Lights' for it's "bravery" in the way it has handled a situation of teenage pregnancy. As for the details, I'll have to take their word on it because I don't watch the show, but, apparently, the feminist glee revolves around the decision of 15 year old Becky Sproles to have an abortion.

    I'm rooting for an abortion this Friday night - Community

    One article on feministing.com was entitled, 'I'm rooting for an abortion this Friday night'. Does that seem odd to you for those who purport to defend choice? It's the reason I choose to call those who are pro-abortion 'anti-life' instead of the more PC 'pro-choice'.

    I've yet to see a self-proclaimed 'pro-choicer' celebrate when a women chooses not to abort a child.

    It's only when an unplanned pregnancy ends in abortion that feminist's start celebrating it and call it "pro-female", as a subsequent feministing.com article praised the 'Friday Night Lights' episode for being.

    Don’t mess with Tami!

    Apparently, getting pregnant and choosing to have the baby is anti-female and anti-choice. The only choice that is acceptable and brave by feminist standards is the one that ends in choosing to kill your unborn child.

    Making the truly laudable decisions, such as altering your life for the life of another and taking responsibility for your actions, is deemed unworthy of commendation.

    Wholly unsurprising, I suppose, for a movement that promotes selfishness and a lack of accountability in women.

    In the Washington Post, Gloria Feldt, former president of Planned Parenthood, similarly praises this episode of 'Friday Night Lights'. Ms. Feldt, in her promotion of abortion, proclaims,
    Even before Roe v. Wade legalized it in 1973, abortion was common. Most everyone knew of someone who had died from a back-alley abortion, or a child who had been orphaned by one. The abortion rights movement was, as a result, intimately connected to the larger women's rights movement.
    washingtonpost.com

    Really? I was born shortly after Roe v. Wade, but, for the sake of understanding, I've asked my mom, grandmas, aunts....not one of them ever knew anyone, or even knew someone who knew someone, who had died in a back-alley abortion.

    They knew that such a thing occasionally happened, but it was far from the common occurrence Ms. Feldt would like her readers to believe it to have been. Women were not dying in droves in American back-alleys pre-1973. The vast, vast majority of women who became pregnant did what women have been doing since humans first walked the Earth...they had babies.

    1972 was the last full year before Roe vs. Wade. For that year, the federal Centers for Disease Control reported that 39 women died due to illegal abortion.

    Now, I'm not one to make little of the deaths of 39 women, but it's an exchange I'd be willing to make for the MILLION or so babies that are aborted annually in the U.S.

    And, please, spare me the poor women who are victims of rape and incest angle...don't get me wrong, I don't think anyone who is a victim of rape or incest should be forced to bear the child, but a 2000 study in the U.S. showed the percentage of pregnancies aborted because of incest or rape as a whopping 1%. Yep, you read that correctly, 1%. The top three reasons a woman has an abortion?

    25.5% Want to postpone childbearing
    21.3% Cannot afford a baby
    14.1% Has relationship problem or partner does not want pregnancy

    Abortions due to risk to maternal health? 2.8%

    Overwhelmingly, the reasons women choose to abort their children have nothing to do with life threatening conditions, rape or incest. Of course, our abortion applauding feminists are fully aware of and quite comfortable with this fact.

    Make no mistake, feminists consider each every baby aborted a victory for 'the cause'.[IMG]
    https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/5439557354836088323-871863971968556679?l=equalbutdifferent.blogspot.co m[/IMG]


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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

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    This blog entry NEEDS to be sent out widely.

    It is done!



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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    I've never had a problem with abortion, but please, don't glorify it. You may not be taking a life, but you are sacrificing an amazing opportunity.

    The only legitimate excuse for abortion is impregnation through rape. If not, it's safe to say the woman was irresponsible.
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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    Nowdays, women use abortion as birth control because they are too irresponsible to remember to take the pill everyday or better yet, be celibate.
    Men will not be truly free until they become sexually and reproductively independent of women. Technology, such as virtual reality and robots/sexbots/robogirls will free men and end feminism.

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    Nowdays, women use abortion as birth control because they are too irresponsible to remember to take the pill everyday or better yet, be celibate.
    Celibacy is not for the weak minded nor the petty.

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    Celibacy is not for the weak minded nor the petty.
    Celibacy is quite easy if you have a modicum of morals, brains and willpower. There's masturbation, pornography and adult toys for those with a high drive. Im glad I have a very low drive.
    Men will not be truly free until they become sexually and reproductively independent of women. Technology, such as virtual reality and robots/sexbots/robogirls will free men and end feminism.

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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    This hits the nail right on the head. Abortion is nearly always a life-style choice, it is not a neccesity. As for feminists, it's always the same song. According to them, women are only allowed to make the choice they tell them to make.

    Ironically, feminists always whine about how partiarchy forced women to do exactly this and that (female role). Feminism however, does the same of which they accuse 'patriarchy' off, they made up a new set of 'choices' that form a 'feminist role' which involves that women must have careers, must abort children and so on.
    In general, I find men not even nearly so fierce to try and enforce their view of what she must do like feminists are.

    And what feminists also purposefully forget to mention is that abortions also messes with your fertility and increases the odds of getting cancer (wombcancer if I recall correctly).

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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    Abortion ? - let`s call it what it is
    "MURDER"
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    Judgement is coming, time is fast running out !!!

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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    If only these feminist's mother's thought the same as their daughter's,then we would not have to see their trite in print.

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    Abortion ? - let`s call it what it is
    "MURDER"
    Yeah and it tells you more than enough about their motives when they glorify that atrocity. That is why it's vital for children to stay as far away from those lunatics as humanly possible!

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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    My POV on abortion is simple it is WORNG!!!!!!!
    The only time an abortion should be done is when BOTH the mother and child WILL DIE is the child is not aborted, other then that it's just plain baby killing nothing more, nothing less
    When the femanazis tell me it's their way or the highway I tell them to fuck off and die, because at lest the highway leads to new and intresting places, their ways is a dead end.

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    Abortion ? - let`s call it what it is
    "MURDER"
    No, it's not murder, as you are not killing anyone. To be killed, you must have been alive, and a fetus who is aborted is never alive at any point. It is abortion, and while you may not agree, don't spread around mindless hate by calling it murder. If you do so, you're no better than the feminists you seem to think are murderers.

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    My POV on abortion is simple it is WORNG!!!!!!!
    The only time an abortion should be done is when BOTH the mother and child WILL DIE is the child is not aborted, other then that it's just plain baby killing nothing more, nothing less

    And if the mother is raped and impregnated as a result, she should go through with it? All religious people I know do not agree with that.
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    Re: Feminists Celebrating Abortion

    To be killed, you must have been alive, and a fetus who is aborted is never alive at any point
    A baby in the womb is not alive ????

    Human existence contains only two defining instants,
    which are conception and death.
    And this is not a matter of “religion” but of biology.
    All other milestones, no matter how dramatically recognized in society,
    amount to transitional phases in the human life cycle.
    So despite all of the grandiose but empty oratory,
    any individual who does not advocate the defense of all innocent human life
    between those two landmarks
    is an individual who holds no regard for the sanctity of human life on the whole.
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