Hi everybody. Abortion has been a hot topic lately so I just wanted to share my feelings on it. I know the writing is probably very scrambled, but I feel that it still gets the point across. I probably come across as angry and harsh in this though, just a warning.
The overwhelming condemnation of the ban in Alabama is abhorrent. Although there are some things wrong with the proposed law, I despise seeing so many people, even my close friends, defending the "right" to murder unborn people. Extremely uncommon situations are used as examples to mislead innocent people into supporting a sickening ideology. These people are victims, too. The truth is that, in most cases, abortion is not performed in an extenuating circumstance. It is performed on women who ignored the consequences of their own actions, a lot of whom were lied to, but also those with a depraved indifference. This makes us look irresponsible and, honestly, stupid.
I believe that abortion is only valid when the mother or child would definitively suffer and die without the procedure. In those situations, it shouldn't even be considered abortion. I think it's crazy that the same group of people who advocate for the acceptance of those with disabilities is the same group of people who spreads the lie that it's okay, and even our right, to murder unborn people with non-fatal disabilities. They will also shout from the rooftops that it's never the victims fault, which is absolutely correct and valid, but then say it's okay to execute the person who had no say in it all like they're the monster? They're possibly the only good thing that could come out of that experience. Even if you can't stand to raise that baby, adoption is always an option. That is a person that could be loved and grow up to be an amazing person, despite their upbringing or reason for existence. Somebody loves them. We have no right to take that from them and everyone else who could've needed them. It is not about us.
How is this empowerment? Well, it's not. And the only right we're fighting for is our right to be disgustingly ignorant. We can do better than that, ladies.