In 1973 the US Supreme Court delivered its decision in Roe v. Wade, legalizing elective abortion in all fifty states. Since then it is estimated 52 million unborn children have had their lives snuffed away from them while in the security and comfort of their mother's womb.
What are the feminists who support abortion and demand it is 'their body, their choice' doing to prevent abortion? I don't hear them advocating for adoption or abstinence education. Instead they criticize any pro-life stance and claim it is ineffective and rather stand up for a cause that was advocated by Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood,and one many feminists look up to as a woman's rights advocate. Margaret Sanger believed birth control, eugenics and abortion was a way to rid the world of unwanted children, especially black, poor or disabled children. This is one of the reasons Planned Parenthood facilities are located in minority and impoverished communities, because they not only offer low cost care,they also offer abortions for the poor and minority women.
founder of the International Planned Parenthood Federation, was a proponent of forced eugenics, segregation, abortion, birth control and sexual immorality. Here are some of her quotes:
"[Slavs, Latin, and Hebrew immigrants are] human weeds ... a
Finally, for those who say abortion saves women's lives from the back alley abortions of the past and the use of coat hangers or knitting needles and drinking bleach, I say, give women more credit today. Women of today are smarter, more independent and have more options than in 1973. In addition, the social acceptance of unwed mothers and single parents has grown. There is a great number of loving parents who want to adopt. We have more crisis counseling and pregnancy centers now. There is less reason to resort to abortion. Therefore, I personally don't believe there would be 52 Million aborted babies 38years later if Roe V Wade never passed. I think most women would have had the children than risk their own lives and abort their own babies.
Most abortion is 'medically' unnecessary and done as a convenience, form of birth control and in disregard for life. On the close of this 38th anniversary of Roe V Wade, we must remember regardless of religious beliefs, 'A person's a person no matter how small.'-- Dr. Seuss. That Christ created life and formed us in the womb and knew us before we were born.
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