Why The Feminist Movement Should Abhor Abortion Like We Do

If you think about it, abortion benefits the sperm donor more than anyone else. He doesn’t have to accept responsibility for his actions and he can move on with the rest of his carefree life.

An NPR commentator recently proved this idea in a disgusting statement:

It would be a terrible time to have a baby. Don’t get me wrong — I’ve always wanted to have kids. I love the relationship I have with my parents and can’t imagine not getting to experience fatherhood. I think I’d be good at it. That said, I’m not in a relationship. I haven’t built a nest egg. And, frankly, after two years of a global pandemic, I want to eke out and enjoy every last minute of my 20s. In too many ways, I’m unsettled.

We often talk about the ways access to birth control and safe abortion empowers women. And it does: I believe that access to safe abortion is a basic human right. On a human and policy level, it’s infuriating to watch a partisan Supreme Court erode and threaten to eliminate that right. Women’s bodily autonomy should not be up for debate. But men like me have also long been the direct beneficiaries of safe abortion access. Giving women the choice not to carry unwanted pregnancies often means we, too, can delay parenthood until we are ready.

Since I’ve spent 10 of the past 11 years as a student, most of the women I’ve had sex with were also students, also progressive, and also not at a point in their lives where they were looking or ready to have children. I try to share responsibility for birth control and if a woman tells me she’s on it, I also trust that. If she still got pregnant, however, though entirely her decision, I assume we would both want the same thing: an abortion. In longer-term relationships, we’ve had explicit discussions about this.

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The NPR commentator goes on to talk about how he is “scared” that women may lose access to legally sanctioned abortion. This weeny went on to complain about how the child may have a less than perfect life if abortions aren’t readily available… I can’t help but wonder if this idiot can’t see the other side of the equation: at least the child would have a chance.

Are you as outraged as I am over these asinine, selfish statements? I sure hope so. In a nutshell, this whole thing proves that we live in a depraved society where no one is willing to take ownership of their live choices. In fact, people like this would rather end a life than accept responsibility.

This is where we come in as Patriot parent’s of the next generation. We need to raise our son’s to respect women and equally importantly, life itself.

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