Roxeanne De Luca asks the logical question…

Posted: July 16, 2010 by datechguy in abortion, opinion/news
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…that all pro-abortion people should be asked:

If we accept the femisogynist line on abortion, then Jessica Valenti is missing a terrific opportunity to be a role model for young women. She can demonstrate that abortion is not just for slutty teenagers; it’s also for married folk. She can show that it doesn’t result in grief and trauma. She can make another blob of cells, identical and justa s valuable (or value-less) as the aborted blob. She can be a role model for all those young women who are uncertain about how abortion empowers women. Valenti made her wedding into a feminist statement; why not her pregnancy?

Good question. Judging from your comments they don’t have a good answer other than anger.

That’s because for the femisogynist, life begins based on their own desires. Talk about playing God.

Update: Check out her follow up post too.

  1. Roxeanne de Luca says:

    You wish you said that, or you wish that you had the chaos I have over on your blog?! Or you wish you had cool friends like you and Belvedere? :)

    The other thing that irks me, to expand on your own reply to me, is the way that when pro-aborts want their babies, they are the woman’s babies, but when they don’t want to be pregnant, it’s some random guy’s ball of cells that magically appeared in their wombs. In the exceptionally awful case of pregnancy arising from rape, I understand how women would say that they are carrying their rapist’s baby, and struggle to get to the point when they realise that it is also their own, but have zero sympathy for these people who only attach the possessive when it suits them. If it is your baby when it is wanted, then it’s YOUR BABY when you don’t quite feel like being pregnant, and what you are considering killing is still YOUR BABY.

  2. Roxeanne de Luca says:

    Good for him. :)