What do I mean when I say I love abortion? To me, there is absolutely nothing wrong or surprising with the supposed "controversial" statement. I love women, therefore I love abortion. Abortion is a part of women's lives.
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Matters of the heart.
I love abortion. ( I said it out loud in class) and had no idea I would get such a response. Even people who I thought were as "liberal" and "pro-choice" as me seemed to be rubbed the wrong way by my positive statement. Later at a wine bar, a girl in my "sex" class asked me, "What exactly did you mean when you said I love abortion?" Hmm....
Posted by Tay Ro at 7:26 PM
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i love it too and i definitely don't think there is anything 'wrong' about it. thank you for saying it.ReplyDelete
I love abortion.ReplyDelete
I love abortion because as a service, it provides women with the ability to self-determine the course of their lives (precisely the reason the anti-choicers hate abortion).
I love abortion because it is safe, normal and an excellent option for people at crossroads in their lives.
I love abortion because of all of the people I know who are happy and healthy because abortion was available to them when they needed it.
I love abortion because I work with an abortion fund and hear the fear and anguish in women's voices when faced with a problem pregnancy or are in need of a medically necessary abortion. I love abortion because it is one more tool in women's arsenals to take care of ourselves and our families.
abortion is not a dirty word
I love abortion too. I've seen it save the sanity of so many women who were victims of unspeakabale violence or plain bad circumstances and give them a deciding vote in their life.ReplyDelete
Brava! Me, too!ReplyDelete