Tuesday, March 21, 2006

What have I been saying?

Excerpt from a Salon article really worth reading featuring this cunt from hell and the growing anti-birth control movement:

For those who are pro-choice, the idea of fighting to ban both abortion and contraception seems contradictory: Contraception, after all, lessens the number of abortions. But once one understands what the true social and moral agenda of activists like Worthington is, and their attitude toward sexuality, the contradictions vanish. For them, sex should always be about procreation; since contraception prevents conception, it is immoral. At a deeper level, they believe that women's biological destiny is to be mothers.

Feldt says, "When you peel back the layers of the anti-choice motivation, it always comes back to two things: What is the nature and purpose of human sexuality? And second, what is the role of women in the world?" Sex and the role of women are inextricably linked, because "if you can separate sex from procreation, you have given women the ability to participate in society on an equal basis with men."

Yeah, scratch a "pro-life" person, and underneath you'll invariably find someone who can't wait to send women backwards in time.


yo sisters cube-mate said...

I'll bet she subscribes to :

vikkitikkitavi said...

Thank you for that link:

"When a boy's disgusting private goes inside of a girl's shameful unmentionable, there is a serious risk of it breaking off and causing excruciating pain while it travels throughout your body like a giant trichinosis worm."

Grant Miller said...

I read that article on Salon. It honestly gave me nightmares to think I share a planet with people that backwards.

vikkitikkitavi said...

Ever seen a movie called "Rain without Thunder"? It's from 1993, a faux documentary, and not very good, but it basically anticipates the current mindset of the pro-life people with regards to birth control.