Excellent article by Jonathan Kay in today’s Post.
One of the lamentable results of the culture wars is that women have been taught to regard abortion — a medically profound event that either kills, or pre-empts, a unique, genetically determinate human being–as if it were merely an act of feminist self-empowerment. …
A “right to choose” means nothing if women don’t also have a right to be informed.
This is the height of hypocrisy of self-described “women’s rights” advocates who advocate for unfettered access to abortion. I have asked different abortion advocates on three different occasions what precisely abortion does and they avoided the question, defaulting to “I don’t know” or on one radio show simply saying “it is what it is.” Abortion “is what it is”. (Does that depend on your definition of “is”?)
I say hiding behind euphemisms isn’t a way to advance women’s rights. And for that, I’m called a misogynist.
Brigitte says ‘me too’: You can call me a misogynist if you want. I’m with Andrea.