A Planned Parenthood video on so-called “abortion stigma” portrays women as weak and incapable of criticism and of being unable to feel confident in their so-called liberating choice to have an abortion.
According to the video, any feeling of guilt or remorse by women purchasing the child killing service is because of outside forces.
While at the same time, the abortion industry wants you to believe that the woman’s desire to have an abortion is all from her and not pressure from a family member or a counselor who takes pay to sell the procedure.
As I analyze Planned Parenthood’s “abortion-stigma” video, I conclude that they are painting women as weak.
“She may feel uncomfortable about asking someone to accompany her to the clinic,” the video states, “or watch her kids out of fear of being judged.”
“She may have to work extra hours, borrow money, or sell her belongings…” says Planned Parenthood.
Solution to this problem? Tax funded abortion of course.
You see, the “I never saw an abortion I could not profit from” organization wants abortion to be a private decision between a woman and her doctor, until, that is, it is time to cash out. Then, and only then, can the taxpayer have a say.
“Many states have additional laws that reinforce the idea that abortion is morally wrong and socially unacceptable,” the video continues.
“When a woman arrives at the health center for her appointment she might encounter anti-abortion protesters shouting at her…” they state.
And what might these “protesters” say?
Some may be warning them that women who go to Planned Parenthood sometimes die and end up at the morgue. Like Tonya Reaves died after Planned Parenthood left her bleeding for 5 hours before transferring her to the hospital, where she drew her last breath. Reaves’ “abortion stigma” is now permanent.
The video then claims that regulated state mandated information is incorrect a point I would strongly differ on, “And, once inside the clinic, she may have to go over incorrect state mandated information about abortion,” they state.
Really, Planned Parenthood?
Are women that unable to cope with their own private decisions – or- do they come to the profit making abortion clinic uncertain?
In which case, all those so-called laws you spoke about should actually assist her in the event she wants to change her mind because of her uncertainty.
“It’s also important to consider what might happen to a woman after her abortion,” Planned Parenthood says.
Yep…like….a ride in the ambulance perhaps because of a serious botch job or complication?
But, what Planned Parenthood was referring to with that statement were those pesky free speech statements on TV, the media or billboards that women see that allegedly add to her feelings of uncertainty – because- as I stated- Planned Parenthood is painting women as weak and unable to stand confidently on their own decisions.
But, Planned Parenthood doesn’t end by just explaining the “abortion stigma” of women seeking abortions, allegedly, according to the abortion clinic chain, women are not the only weak ones here.
Apparently, abortion providers or as Planned Parenthood paints it, “people who work in abortion care” also feel this so-called stigma.
I guess if an abortionist is BIG enough and TOUGH enough to suck an innocent baby from the womb shouldn’t they be able to handle so-called “abortion stigma?”
No way- not according to Planned Parenthood which states:
“They may feel unsupported by family or friends and separate from their neighbors and community. This type of relationship damage can impact health creating feelings of isolation and even workplace burnout.”
We can’t allow abortion doctors to get burned out and QUIT can we? I speak sarcastically, of course.
“They may have to enter their workplace everyday hearing that their work is unwelcome in their community. Abortion clinic staff may feel that other medical providers see their work as illegitimate or unimportant…”
“Abortion staff can sometimes feel as though their colleagues who don’t work in abortion services don’t understand what they go through day-to-day and that colleagues may unintentionally add to their experiences stigma,” Planned Parenthood says.
So, let’s recap.
If a woman or an abortion worker feels “abortion stigma” it is because of me or you or TV or the media- or the community- or the church- or billboards- or free speech – or – everyone else except them.
How ridiculous !
As I like to state, “Abortion stigma is between a woman and her abortion provider – ONLY!”