“Pro-choice”…?

Thought I’d include an old cartoon from the always brilliant pen of Steve Kelley, as it very neatly summarizes the two simultaneous narratives we hear from the so-called “pro-choice” side of the aisle.

Steve Kelley - Man v Woman Prochoice

New polls highlight a vast majority of Americans are still very uncomfortable with the reality of widespread abortion in the United States.

And today, please pray for our pro-life brothers and sisters, as they brave the elements to bring attention to this state-sponsored genocide masquerading as “choice”.

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2 responses to ““Pro-choice”…?

  1. “Abortion and racism are both symptoms of a fundamental human error. The error is thinking that when someone stands in the way of our wants, we can justify getting that person out of our lives. Abortion and racism stem from the same poisonous root: selfishness.”
    (Alveda King)

  2. Men get a raw deal in general in our society. Women are allowed every excuse in the books to literally get away with murder. They’re allowed to beat men up on tv shows and it’s considered ‘humour’. They can kill their unborn babies and are called “progressive”.

    Women are considered strong, smart and above reproach. Men are weak, stupid and worthy of ridicule.

    If a man raises a hand to a woman, he’s labelled an abuser and a lowlife. If a woman raises a hand to a man, he probably deserved it.

    If a woman doesn’t advance in her career, she’s being held back by the ‘good old boys system’. If a man doesn’t advance in his career, he isn’t working hard enough.

    If a man has an extra-marital affair, he’s despicable and a creep and should pay for it financially for the rest of his life because there’s no excuse for such behaviour. If a woman has an extra-marital affair, her husband drove her to it and the poor thing was starved for attention.

    (Note: I’m not condoning anyone having an affair or hitting another person.)

    I have 2 wonderful sons and an amazing new grandson. I hate thinking about what society has in store for them throughout their lives. There’s such a terrible double standard. We need an equal society in every way and for all people. I can’t see that ever happening.

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