Shocking: Radical pro-aborts believe pro-life male is a ‘womyn’-hater

Posted by: ST on January 3, 2011 at 8:38 pm

NY Times columnist Ross Douthat wrote an emotional piece today about the issues of abortion, fertility, and adoption. In the column, he noted how – contrary to what liberals want you to believe – abortion is hardly the “rare” event we’re told it is, and how – also contrary to what liberals want you to believe – the waiting lists to adopt grow each year, due to the rise of single parenthood and, shocker of shockers, abortion. In the article, he made no moral judgments against any woman who has had an abortion; rather, he mourned the aborting of 1 in 5 pregnancies especially in light of the fact that so many do want to adopt. So many babies could have had warm, loving homes if only their mother had made the choice to keep them.

IdiotFor this, Douthat has been met with the typical firing-on-all-cylinders hatred that typically come from radical liberal “feminists.” To paraphrase, he hates women, he thinks women should be “walking wombs,” has no clue what he’s talking about becaue he’s a (gasp!) man(!), wants a “Handmaids Tale” world, etc. Should you want to see these responses in full, click here and go to the pandagon, Brilliant at Breakfast, and Feministe links (for starters). These “womyn” give Stuck On Stupid a whole new meaning.

It’s amazing, really, when you think about how pro-abortionists describe anyone who disagrees with them on the issue of abortion. They’re “woman haters” who desire a world in which women are constantly pregnant and wholly subservient to the “patriarchy.” Yes, even independent, mature women like myself prefer to be a “slave to the man” or whatever. I say it’s amazing because you have to consider the fact that, contra to the left’s outrageously false depiction of the average pro-lifer, the militant pro-abortion faction (some of who do indeed admit to using abortion as a form of ” birth control”) support licensed physicians doing things like this to unborn babies (warning: strong content):

ASPIRATION ABORTION — THE MOST COMMON KIND OF IN-CLINIC ABORTION

During an aspiration abortion

  • Your health care provider will examine your uterus.
  • You will get medicine for pain. You may be offered sedation — a medicine that allows you to be awake but deeply relaxed.
  • A speculum will be inserted into your vagina.
  • Your health care provider may inject a numbing medication into or near your cervix.
  • The opening of your cervix may be stretched with dilators — a series of increasingly thick rods. Or you may have absorbent dilators inserted a day or a few hours before the procedure. They will absorb fluid and get bigger. This slowly stretches open your cervix. Medication may also be used with or without the dilators to help open your cervix.
  • You will be given antibiotics to prevent infection.
  • A tube is inserted through the cervix into the uterus.
  • Either a hand-held suction device or a suction machine gently empties your uterus.
  • Sometimes, an instrument called a curette is used to remove any remaining tissue that lines the uterus. It may also be used to check that the uterus is empty. When a curette is used, people often call the abortion a D&C — dilation and curettage.

An aspiration procedure takes about 5 to 10 minutes. But more time may be needed to prepare your cervix. Time is also needed for talking with your provider about the procedure, a physical exam, reading and signing forms, and a recovery period of about one hour.

D&E — DILATION AND EVACUATION

During a D&E

  • Your health care provider will examine you and check your uterus.
  • You will get medication for pain. You may be offered sedation or IV medication to make you more comfortable.
  • A speculum will be inserted into your vagina.
  • Your cervix will be prepared for the procedure. You may be given medication or have absorbent dilators inserted a day or a few hours before the procedure.  They will absorb fluid and grow bigger. This slowly stretches open your cervix.
  • You will be given antibiotics to prevent infection.
  • In later second-trimester procedures, you may also need a shot through your abdomen to make sure there is fetal demise before the procedure begins.
  • Your health care provider will inject a numbing medication into or near your cervix.
  • Medical instruments and a suction machine gently empty your uterus.

A D&E usually takes between 10 and 20 minutes. But more time is needed to prepare your cervix. Time is also needed for talking with your provider about the procedure, a physical exam, reading and signing forms, and a recovery period of about one hour.

So, lemme see if I get this straight.  Folks like me (and Douthat) who want to prevent innocent little unborn babies from having their developing body parts sucked out of their mother piece by precious piece are “haters,” while pro-abortion women who view as “burdensome” an unborn baby who has a heartbeat in as little as six weeks are the compassionate ones?  What is wrong with this picture? 

Mind you, this are the same types of uber-liberals who promote such “compassionate”  ideas as “death with dignity” and argues fiercely against the death penalty on the following grounds: 1) that an innocent could be put to death and/or 2) the state should not be sanctioning the killing of another, no matter how guilty, no matter how gruesome the crime.

Really.  You can’t make this stuff up.   To this morally bankrupt bunch, “We must protect the innocent, and allow death with dignity!!!” —  except when it comes to the most innocent of all: the unborn.

The word “tragic” doesn’t even begin to cover it.

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6 Responses to “Shocking: Radical pro-aborts believe pro-life male is a ‘womyn’-hater”

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  1. Dina says:

    As a mother I am against abortion except in extreme cases. But I think men who comment on pregnancy or abortion come off sounding silly and vapid. It is very cowardly of them to ask a woman to do something they aren’t willing to do themselves.

  2. ST says:

    What do you mean by “aren’t willing to do themselves”? Why do men who comment on pregnancy and abortion come off “sounding silly and vapid” to you? Because they can’t get pregnant?

  3. tom says:

    I was in my early 30’s,my girlfriend,whom I had proposed to twice, told me she was pregnant and was going to have the baby aborted in the same breath.She recalled the joy in my face followed by the shock and depression. She went through with the killing.We split up because of it.I moved back to my hometown to commit suicide after my mother passed away because who deserves to live after killing their child?Didn’t follow through for various reasons.Today,she admits it was wrong,found Christ,and has a daughter.I have a son and see my killed daughter in every little girl,apologize to my murdered child regularly.The pro-abortion crowd refuse to allow descriptions of the procedures, pictures of the procedure.They are pro everything except pro-information.

  4. Jim says:

    Dina when abortions kill 100 percent females I will shut up.

    — Nah not really but I tire of such silly arguments like yours. I wonder missy if you comment on let us say military matters or police matters if you are not a soldier or an officer.

  5. Kate says:

    This past spring my 17-year-old daughter informed me that she was pregnant. Then she told me that she was prepared to have this baby and wanted to find an adoption agency.

    I have to say this has been the most wonderful experience in my life, so far. This is my first grandchild and as much as I could have been pulled by my heartstrings into raising a grandchild, we found a local agency that had the perfect, most wonderful couple waiting to adopt. My daughter was a true champion for life and did everything within her power to make sure the son she bore would be in perfect health. With today’s open adoptions, things have really changed and I want to encourage young women to really think seriously about adoption before they determine to keep the baby or abort.

    Men, do have a place in the decision making process and I feel that in my daughter’s case, this was a mutual decision. Knowing you are not prepared to be a parent, but that there are folks out there who are makes all the difference.

    In the long run, I feel blessed and now have a new unexpected extension of my family.

  6. Carlos says:

    Dems, feminazi’s and libs in general: the pro-death faction in the extreme, except when to kill would prevent closure for victims and families of victims, for heinous crimes.