Friday, June 26, 2009

Planned Parenthood RULES!!

This post has been removed at the request of the author, and replaced, at the whim of the editor, with a promotion for Planned Parenthood. The author, you see, who calls himself a feminist (LOL) does not believe that women, especially low-income women, should have access to safe abortions*, or to healthcare such as birth control, which would curtail the need for abortion, or to pap smears, mammograms, and other preventative measures that might save the woman's life from, say, ovarian or breast cancer.

Feminism is concerned for the welfare of women, not in engaging warfare on them and their natural rights.

Be gone, fake feminists!

*Here is what abortion IS: The termination of a PREGNANCY wherein a fetus is removed from the womb. Here is what abortion is NOT: The termination of a life that has viable potential beyond the womb.


James Dye said...

The OP has misrepresented my views on the issue. I am actually pro-choice, and I am not against women getting abortions. I, however, did recognize that an abortion, is the elimination of a being that has potential, which means 1. 1.latent qualities or abilities that may be developed and lead to future success or usefulness 2. having or showing the capacity to become or develop into something in the future. It is a basic philosophical argument about the nature of human life. What I was specifically against is the promotion, marketing, and encouragement of abortion that specifically targets low income people and I connected it to the larger issue of abortion world-wide which favors male offspring. The OP made a neo-Malthusian argument that it was necessary to prevent overpopulation. I am also against mass sterilization, forced inoculations, and death camps.

Clockwise Cat said...

You were an asshole to me on my FB page. And you harassed me through e-mail with rude comments and pictures of your baby. Furthermore, you did not spell out your views as you have here, and instead chose to be an asshole, rather than inviting constructive debate. Therefore, all of this still stands, and further comments will not be published, and will go directly to spam. And there is no "marketing" toward low-income people, but rather simply provision of necessary healthcare services (you know, prevention of deadly diseases, that kind of thing) for ALL women, and even men. But keep up with your benighted arguments - you can promote them elsewhere, but certainly not here.