I see how it is. Rihanna can wear a shiny, completely transparent dress in public and everyone loves it, but when I did it, I was “wasting saran wrap” and “ruining Easter, Daniel.”
- me yesterday night : lol who needs sleep
- me today: i do. i need sleep.
- me tonight: lol who needs sleep
Watching the documentary After Tiller has made me quite emotional regarding anti-abortion protestors. I wholly believe in the right to protest however to emotionally manipulate women who are already in an extremely difficult situation is, in my opinion, evil. Many of these women are having to make the incredibly difficult situation to terminate pregnancies (many of them planned) due to severe mental and physical foetal health problems.
Moreover, even if there is not severe health problems, the idea that a group/government has the right to remove the bodily autonomy of a person purely because they have the ability to bear life, is completely barbaric.
The decision to terminate a pregnancy is never easy, even more so in late term abortions as they have to deliver a still born child. If anyone could believe that these women have made this decision lightly, without any consideration for the consequences is just bizarre and inhumane.
Not only that but these “pro-life” supporters have assassinated a man, bombed clinics, burnt down a barn (killing 21 horses) and made threats towards the doctors, nurses, their families and patients of these clinics.
Furthermore, it baffles me that there are so many people who are pro-life for foetuses, yet they are unwilling to support welfare, public healthcare or even improved education systems.
Maybe when a person can have a child and receive free healthcare, the welfare to afford to feed that child and an education that can give that child the best possible life, I’ll listen to your anti-abortion arguments.