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:: Thursday, January 22, 2004 ::

Many of the SICLE stories women tell involve a man who doesn't want a child that the woman personally wants. The woman then thinks, "Well, gee I can't do this without the man," and abortion-loving pseudo-feminists bumrush her with termination, which is simply a confirmation of the anti-feminist message that a woman is not strong enough and is even incapable without a man.


Isn't a feminist response supposed to go more along the lines of, "Oh, honey, it will be tough, but you are strong and can do anything you set your mind to. There is no need to suffer surgical invasion, health risks and the loss of your child for some irresponsible, selfish man." No need, because shouldn't all the bleeding-heart liberals, nature-huggers and particularly human/civil rights activists be standing behind her in solidarity, helping her with the big pot of love money they've raised to give peace a chance?

But no! In this topsy turvy world demeaning and beating women down is feminism and nature-loving liberals are only being civil and humane when they advocate sticking metal up a woman's body and ending a very complex, natural process without any regard for physical or emotional repercussion.

What was it Someone said about calling the black of night the light of day and evil good?

:: ashli 11:05 AM # ::

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