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Pro-choice author: Unintended pregnancy is bad but not Abortion

Posted in Pro-choice People, Pro-choice Spin with tags , , , , , on May 16, 2015 by saynsumthn

Did you read that title?

Now you know the crux of this battle.

To abortion advocates the “problem” has always been the baby!

LaurEN Kacere

Thus- the reason why Everyday Feminist blogger, Laura Kacere wrote:

    Abortion Isn’t a Bad Thing

    So we shouldn’t be talking about it like it is.

    It’s not just the phrase that’s the problem, but the sentiment behind it.

    Beneath the desire to keep abortion rare, people say, is a desire to reduce unintended pregnancies, which is completely legitimate.

    Unintended pregnancies are hard, can put undue stress on everyone involved, and can be reduced in pretty simple ways, like better sexuality education and greater access to contraception.

    But the word being used here isn’t unintended pregnancies, it’s abortion.

    Unintended Pregnancies should be rare - abortions not so much

    And when people say “keep abortion rare,” they’re promoting a narrative that says abortion is inherently a bad thing.

    But abortion isn’t something bad, and it isn’t something to be ashamed of. It can actually be a positive experience for some people and is something that many people are glad that they have access to when they need it.

    It’s unfortunate and hurtful to our movement when people who identify as pro-choice continue to view and promote the perspective of abortion as a “bad” thing and something to reduce.

    The fact is, abortion is a relatively simple medical procedure and should be viewed similarly to other medical procedures in that all those who need or want it should have access to it.

Laura Kacere’s bio states that she is an abortion clinic escort. Why am I not surprised?

She goes on to say, “When there are women and girls who don’t get an abortion due to the intense cultural stigma and shame surrounding the medical procedure, that number is too low.

Too low?

In the modern ago of trying to rid the nation of “abortion stigma,” abortion advocates cannot accept that the cold-blooded murder for hire scheme of abortion is by nature BAD!

Aborted baby foot 2

aborted baby CN IMG_2931

So they create a massive diversion which is:

The teen or woman who has an “unintended pregnancy” she does not abort is “bad“!

In other words, do not stigmatize the act of killing an unborn baby in the womb- but – do stigmatize the pregnant teen or woman? And, ladies and gents, this is what the abortion lobby refers to as -PROGRESS and reproductive rights!

Kacere asks, “is reducing or altogether stopping the rate of abortion something we really want?”

I guess to Kacere and her abortion-loving pro-choice community the answer would be “no.”

Abortion advocate: we aren’t born feeling ashamed of abortion

Posted in Pro-choice Hypocrisy, Pro-choice Spin with tags , , , , on March 2, 2015 by saynsumthn

In yet another attempt to normalize abortion a speaker at the TED talks tries to describe abortion shame by saying that we are not born ashamed of it.

Ted Talks Baby shame Canberra abortion

The talk was supposed to help the TED audience understand “shame” and specifically “abortion shame.”

Because – if sucking a child limb from limb in the womb is nothing not be ashamed of, then the abortion industry can continue along unhindered.

We actually aren’t born feeling ashamed of anything,” she explains.

We’re not ashamed of our nakedness.”

Ted Talks Baby shame abortion

Okay, I will give her that.

We’re not ashamed of our bodily functions or our sexual desires…

Uh, what?

Sexual desires?” is she saying that when we are born we have sexual desires?

It gets worse:

Apparently, according to this speaker, when we are born we are also not ashamed of “reproduction or abortion.

Wow- that’s a first !

Seems to me that a baby who has just been born is probably pretty excited (and I don’t mean sexually excited) that he or she made it without actually being aborted.

According to this “brilliant”, purveyor of all things true, shame invokes the fear of disconnection because a woman who feels shame from an abortion feels that society will shun her in some way.

You see that, according to the “shameless” abortion promoter, the shame women feel from killing their own children in an abortion comes from the “community” which is acting as a “shame stoker” who is “judging” women.

Of course, in listening to the speaker, it is society who should feel “shame” for the shunning – but the woman is not to feel “shame” for her act of murder. And, this speaker is of course, not “shaming” society for their “shaming,” because if she were – she would be a hypocrite and we all know, abortion advocates are anything but hypocritical, right?

Are you following this?

For those interested, the speaker also claims that one and three women have abortion, regardless of their alleged “shame.”

But, according to Lauren Enriquez, the myth that 1 in 3 women have abortions persists despite hard evidence to the contrary and she explains why – here.

One thing these advocates of “shameless abortion” often do, is to block out the experiences of women who regret their abortions. Because, to the advocates of abortion – the only abortion experience a woman should not feel ashamed of is one that praises it.

She ends her Talk by comparing those who oppose “abortion shame” to those who opposed the Nazis. You remember them, that group of savages who placed innocent Jews and others in ovens slaughtering millions of them after labeling them sub-human?

If you cannot see the comparison, think of it this way: if you place your unborn child in the hands of an abortionist to be slaughtered, that is nothing to be ashamed of.

Still confused? So am I….

In fact, I think the speaker should be ashamed of herself for even suggesting such a thing.

Rep. Burgess on Oil Spill: Shame on BP – Shame on Feds

Posted in Oil Spill with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on June 18, 2010 by saynsumthn

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