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Tuesday, December 08, 2009

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Julie

*ahem* Attention people who administer this comment section. Spambots are starting to take over, please look the section over and delete them.

Ihateproliars

"Or how about we prevent pregnancy in the first place?"

That'd be fine by me...IF pro-liars weren't also hellbent on restricting and taking away access to birth control as well! (See also: pro-liar pharmacists thinking they should get to decide who can and can't have certain types of medications based on garbage beliefs with NO evidence to back 'em up)

"If you don't want a child, don't have sex."

I'd love to see you tell that to married couples who have chosen not to have/postpone having children. Spoken like a true self-righteous pro-liar. By the way, how's that abstinence-only education workin' for ya?

"If you're incapable of that sort of self-control , use birth control. If that fails (or if you are assaulted), then look at adoption."

And for all the women who physically CANNOT have a child because of some dehibilitating health condition that would kill them or permanently disable them if they had to be pregnant? For the women raped who do NOT want (and do NOT deserve) another reminder of the rapist? The women who can't afford another child, or any at all, because they and/or their families may literally be just one paycheck away from homelessness? Why should they have to go through 9 months of misery just so YOU can feel good about yourself?

As always, pro-liars (wrongly) assume that all women are sluts who can't control themselves and don't use birth control. (funny how too, your kind never ever blames the men for their part in unwanted pregnancy, it's always the woman's fault: "SHE should have kept HER legs shut." "SHE should have used birth control." - says volumes about how you really view women) Your real motive is you want to punish women for enjoying the same kind of freedom, power and self-expression that men have jealously guarded for centuries. You can't handle the fact that the vast majority of women ARE responsible and DO use birth control.

You also don't seem capable of grasping the cold fact that adoption is nowhere near as simple or easy as you tout. Would that it were, but there's a reason why many adoptive parents go outside the US to bring home a child.

"I fully support a woman's right to choose...not to have sex and not to become pregnant. If a woman is pregnant and is not prepared to care for a child, then she has the right to choose adoption."

Wrong. She also has (and always should have) the right to choose abortion, if she has decided that it is the best choice for her situation - and for some women, it is. You cannot judge another person's situation because odds are, you have never been or will never be in that exact same situation. And you should thank your lucky stars for that, but instead, you're only too happy to condemn others. I do believe a certain religious figure had quite a bit to say about things like that.

Jane

"you and your pro-liar brethren don't get to control someone else's life."

Oh, brother. "Pro-liar"? How clever; and how very ironic coming from a pro-"choice" advocate. As much as the idea may...excite...you, we really don't care what other people do in their private lives, with their own bodies. However, when you try to take the life of another human being (born or unborn), that's when we have a problem.

"Till you pony up with some cold hard cash to pay for all those unwanted "babies" you claim to care so much about"

Or how about we prevent pregnancy in the first place? If you don't want a child, don't have sex. If you're incapable of that sort of self-control , use birth control. If that fails (or if you are assaulted), then look at adoption. Surely that's not so difficult to figure out?

"you don't get to force any female into carrying and having a child she doesn't want and may not be prepared to care for."

Hmmm....I don't think I quite have the right "equipment" to force another female to get pregnant, even if I wanted to, so the first part of your statement is invalid. I fully support a woman's right to choose...not to have sex and not to become pregnant. If a woman is pregnant and is not prepared to care for a child, then she has the right to choose adoption.

Ihateproliars

Hey Jane, you and your pro-liar brethren don't get to control someone else's life. Till you pony up with some cold hard cash to pay for all those unwanted "babies" you claim to care so much about - for the next 18 years - you don't get to force any female into carrying and having a child she doesn't want and may not be prepared to care for. End of story.

whoknew

Few on either side of this issue really "get it"

Jane

My God. This propaganda is unbelievable.
Yes, how dare the "cruel anti-abortion forces" oppose the murder of unborn children.

"And for 36 years the anti-choice forces have waged a well-financed and nearly unopposed war of words to shame and demean women. They don't even try to hide their hatred and disdain for us. Outside our clinics the ‘sidewalk counselors’ scream "The blood from your crotch will rise up against you, you whores" , “Satan will drink your baby’s blood and you will die”, and "Loose women burn in Hell." "

Hmmm...something smells a little fishy here. Getting a little desperate?

Julie

Here Pandora, just for you; a personalized pacifier and rattle set. Merry Christmas!

Pandora

It seems Mr Wilcow has gotten pro-aborts very upset.

His crime seems to have consisted of publicizing an already public phone number.

BTW, this clinic isn't going to save any woman's life. If they've botched an abortion the woman needs to go to a hospital.

Pandora

My prediction is at the end of 2010 all you whiny proaborts will still be pouting about the 45 million who won't step up and do as you demand. give it up already.

Julie

I see you haven't matured much since the first day you showed up to spew your ignorance, Pandora. My New Year's wish is that you FINALLY grow up in 2010.

Pandora

"To have an abortion is a normal experience."

No, I don't think so. I'd have thought you pro-aborts would have figured that out when you have to whine and cry for the 45 million to speak up about this so-called normal experience.

saltyC

How inspiring, except for the youtube part. I hope it goes back up, women need the truth.

placenta sandwich

This is fantastic - thank you for sharing it. I love NFP's efforts to help women accept themselves as good women.

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