Multum in Parvo

27 06 2008

The 4th Wave denounces attempts to bridge Feminism and Pro-Life rhetoric. As the saying goes,If you’re against abortion, don’t have one.

Abortion is a violent act, not unlike childbirth.

When society considers abortion as the primary solution for women with untimely pregnancies, that society has let women down. That society has conspired in a systemic act of neglect that harms women physically and psychologically, economically and socially.

Untimely pregnancy by which any woman feels trapped disempowers her.

An economically competitive society needs to encompass women, encourage motherhood for those who want it, and not limit choices for workers by criminalizing abortion.

It is imperative for women of all generations to oppose laws that require informed consent. Fathers and parents cannot in good conscience force their loved one to inform and require consent while simultaneously claim to have an interest in the health and well being of that loved one.

Women need more alternatives for ill-timed pregnancies, not fewer. Adoption benefits other people who are in a point in their life where they welcome a child. Open adoptions are a way for women to remain the life of the baby while allowing another parent/couple to legally adopt a most wanted child.

Forced abortion is as unconscionable as criminalizing abortion. Underage women facing the decision to become or remain pregnant must decide for themselves first and solicit opinions from their loved ones second. In both cases women should coordinate with a licensed medical practitioner to ensure a safe, healthful fertility plan.




One response

24 07 2008

Well, you should love this then:

Say goodbye to birth control, ladies.

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