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    Why would any classy, powerful woman have to worry about abortion on demand?

    Myself, I've never had to have an abortion - were I ever raped or otherwise accosted by man of the creepier variety, I would certainly be sympathetic to the need of abortion in those instances.

    But it's quite apparent that abortion on demand is marketed to entirely to women of the underclass - the nasty type of women who on trying to sleep with other women's boyfriends, and unable to tame a man who's a wild stallion, have to settle for chasing packs of feral dogs.

    Certainly not to accomplished women and mothers like Maria Sharapova or Waris Dirie who are demonstrating their feminine power in a man's world with graceful dominance.

    I'm aware that most male supporters of abortion on demand I run into likely haven't had much experience with women outside of the internet, or whatever their favorite porno site is - or are just hoping that the slut they've been cheating with won't end up suing them for child support and result in wifey putting them in the doghouse.

    But it still never ceases to shock me when the clueless little boys in our corporate media attempt to market elective abortion as a "woman's right", when as Gloria Steinen says, it primarily just benefits men of the lowest common denominator, and the daddy's girls desperate enough to consider them a "catch" to begin with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Visionary View Post
    ... But it still never ceases to shock me when the clueless little boys in our corporate media attempt to market elective abortion as a "woman's right", when as Gloria Steinen says, it primarily just benefits men of the lowest common denominator, and the daddy's girls desperate enough to consider them a "catch" to begin with.
    If you think so little of such people, why are you inclined to see them produce more offspring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    If you think so little of such people, why are you inclined to see them produce more offspring?
    Well, I find women who are greedy for other women's husbands much the same as men probably do the jerks who try to sleep with their girlfriends.

    The point is that marketing abortion on demand as a "woman's right" is insulting, as it insinuates that all women are so slutty that they'd need regular use of abortion, or actually enjoy the process; so I think it's another example of American consumerism having to drain the bottom of the barrel.

    Much as how trashy American media attempts to market burlesque-tier "comedians" like Amy Schumer as ideals for women - and if anything she's just "wanking" material for horney 13 year old boys who's mommy won't let them look at real porn yet.

    Say what one wants, but if abortion on demand didn't exist, I bet there would be far fewer men having affairs on their spouses, since they'd know they couldn't pressure her into having an abortion to cover up the evidence of them being a man, mhmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visionary View Post
    But it's quite apparent that abortion on demand is marketed to entirely to women of the underclass - the nasty type of women who on trying to sleep with other women's boyfriends, and unable to tame a man who's a wild stallion, have to settle for chasing packs of feral dogs.

    Nobody is marketing abortion to anyone, but you do bring up a valid point. Abortion has always been easily available to US women of significant financial means, even prior to the Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision. As a matter of fact, such women didn't even need to worry about anyone finding out that they had availed themselves of the procedure. Working class women, on the other hand, had to either rely upon black market abortionists or use dangerous home remedies in order to attempt to terminate an unwanted pregnancy.

    Roe v. Wade was a good ruling. It affords women in the US the autonomy that they deserve when making such a personal medical decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visionary View Post
    Much as how trashy American media attempts to market burlesque-tier "comedians" like Amy Schumer as ideals for women - and if anything she's just "wanking" material for horney 13 year old boys who's mommy won't let them look at real porn yet.

    And, you know this from personal experience?

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    Holy shit that is an ugly, bigoted, classless, sexist diatribe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    If you think so little of such people, why are you inclined to see them produce more offspring?
    Maybe he/she doesn't feel they are "Human Weeds" and "Mongrel Races" like the founder of Planned parenthood does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNVolunteer73 View Post
    Maybe he/she doesn't feel they are "Human Weeds" and "Mongrel Races" like the founder of Planned parenthood does.
    Wasn't that 80 years ago?
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