… So often we never say what we mean, hold our tongues, or soften our rhetoric to appear more considerate and unoffensive. On the rare occasion when someone actually boldly claims what they believe without reservation I appreciate that honesty. I may hate what it is they say but at least I know where they stand to hate it. Take this pro-abortion advocate for instance; she loves abortion. I mean really hearts it.
“I love abortion. I don’t accept [sic] it. I don’t view it as a necessary evil. I embrace it. I donate to abortion funds. I write about how important it is to make sure that every woman has access to safe, legal abortion services. I have bumper stickers and buttons and t-shirts proclaiming my support for reproductive freedom. I love abortion.
Safe and legal are concepts I fully support, but rare is something I cannot abide… there is no need to suggest that abortion be rare. To say so implies a value judgement, promoting the idea that abortion is somehow distasteful or immoral and should be avoided.” [ Jessica DelBalzo, Source]
I think this women’s views are extremely vile and repugnant, but not shocking. I suspect a good deal of pro-abortion advocates feel as she does but refuse to publicly acknowledge how much they really love abortion because it sounds nasty. Certain truths are unpalatable. She’s right though, if abortion is cuddly goodness then why not embrace it in its totality and throw your arms around it. Go ahead, give abortion a big warm hug.
Does the idea of unconditional love for abortion seem a bit extreme or repulsive? If you are a pro-abortion advocate reading this please stop and ask yourself why the idea of loving abortion makes you uncomfortable. Is it because you think of abortion as a necessary evil? A desperate last resort? Something you would not chose for yourself but should still be available for other women regardless?
Abortion is not good for women and you know this in the back of your mind or else you would be proudly embracing abortion like Ms. DelBalzo. If you find yourself making excuses and rationalizations for your support of abortion than I would have to say you are contradicting yourself. You do not believe with your whole heart everything you are trying to convince yourself, and others, you believe. If you feel abortion is a necessary evil why would you want to support evil at all? If abortion is OK as a last resort or act of desperation, then why do you support women being pushed to desperation? If you would not have an abortion yourself, then why would you endorse women suffering a harm you wouldn’t expose yourself to? Why do you continue to advocate something you know not to be in a woman’s best interest?
The only ones waging “war of women” are pro-abortion advocates and misogynistic feminists selling evil and taking advantage of desperate women. I am pro-life. I am pro-woman. I know women deserve better than abortion.
There is no excuse or rationalization that can be made for abortion; either love it with every fiber of your being and show the world your true self or quit advocating it right now.