Enough with the endless abortion euphemisms – Under Reconstruction

I’ve said much of this, but I’m a fairly old man, with a lifetime of experience to guide me. I am very pleased to see young women understand as well that just because you call something by another name, it doesn’t change what it is.

And that is the reason that I always call ‘abortion’ what it is: ‘infanticide’, giving it a nice euphemism doesn’t make it any less horrendous, here’s Karen, pay attention, she’s completely right.

I thought “reproductive choice” meant choosing whether or not to conceive, not whether or not to destroy a child already conceived.

I thought “reproductive health” meant fixing faulty reproductive systems and ensuring healthy pregnancies, not puncturing uteruses and the skulls of perfectly healthy babies.

And how I wish “feminism” meant fighting for equal rights, not for special exemptions from fetal homicide laws. (Existing fetal homicidal laws make a man guilty of manslaughter if he kills the baby in a mother’s womb, except in the case of abortion.)

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ps. I like her blog quite a lot as well. 🙂

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10 Responses to Enough with the endless abortion euphemisms – Under Reconstruction

  1. Richard M Nixon (Deceased) says:

    Reblogged this on Dead Citizen's Rights Society.

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  2. JessicaHof says:

    What a good piece that is – thank you for pointing us to it – couldn’t agree more. 🙂 xx

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  3. Freedom, by the way says:

    Yeah, I can’t believe some defense attorney hasn’t used that argument when defending a client against manslaughter of babe-in-womb, “Well, we have evidence to prove she was getting an abortion, anyway.”

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  4. karenzai says:

    Hi Neo, thanks so much for sharing this piece! I’m so glad it’s been speaking to a lot of people. It’s my hope that not only will it encourage us pro-lifers to keep fighting the good fight, but that it would also be sobering to pro-choicers. And thank you for the kind words, too! I’ll be following your blog as well. 🙂

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    • NEO says:

      No problem, Karen. I was very glad to do so, and yes I noticed you had quite a comment stream on it. I nearly threw myself into the fight but it looked like it was handled. 🙂

      You’re amongst friends here, of course, and you are in my RSS.

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