>Ms. (R)agazine and "We had abortions" campaign

>Ms. Magazine is repeating their 1972 campaign – in their first issue, just so we all know/knew what the actual mission of the publication is/was – to encourage women to brag about their abortions, as shocking as that is to some of us.

At the Bioethics and Politics conference last month, I heard a well known lawyer/”bioethicist” chide the panel and audience for discussing the difficulty and emotionality of abortion.

Hers, too, was the best thing for her. She was in school, hadn’t planned on having a child at that time and, “besides, I had no intention of marrying the father.”

I was stunned.

Well, ladies and gentleman, I am proud to say that I never had an elective medical or surgical procedure that was designed and intended to kill my own child. And I never slept with anyone but my husband. I firmly believe that the facts are connected and strongly urge others to only have sex when they could bear up under – even unexpected – pregnancies and only with their spouses.

At the very least don’t sleep with people you flat out know you wouldn’t marry, even to save a life!

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Conservative Christian Family Doctor, promoting conservative news and views. (Hot Air under the right wing!)


2 thoughts on “>Ms. (R)agazine and "We had abortions" campaign

  1. >Let them shoot their mouths off. They'll win the support of other heartless killers but won't garner much sympathy from ordinary people. They're shooting themselves in the foot.

    Posted by GrannyGrump | August 2, 2006, 5:22 pm
  2. >They are. An embarassment to their own side.

    Posted by Suricou Raven | August 2, 2006, 6:15 pm

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