C-SECTIONS FOR JESUS, Y’ALL!

Sorry for the long absence.  Sweet Babby Jesus needed a tune up.  It’s hard being over 2,000 years old.  But SBJ is back with fiery wrath that makes The Book of Revelations look like a nice bedtime story.

First of all, Jennykins, I hope someone drops a house on you and steals your ruby slippers.  Has anyone ever heard of a C-Section?  Why yes, dear, most people who dwell where the sun will shine on their ass have, in fact, heard of a C-Section.  Unlike you, you heartless asshole, most people don’t think that a 12 year old girl should have all of her guts ripped out of her body and stapled back together like Dr. Frankenstein’s monster just to appease your crowd.  Just because a girl’s menses has begun does not mean that she is physically ready to push a watermelon sized human out of her hoo-ha.  

Secondly, I’m going to tell you a little story.  It’s about a little girl in the second grade.  Because of genetics, hormone laden chicken, or God was just being an asshole that day that little girl started her period.  After seven little years of being on this earth, was she ready or capable of having a child?  I see second graders all the time and not once have I seen one where I thought, “gee, she has good birthin’ hips.”  But according to your ilk’s rhetoric, it’s just fine and dandy to strap her little seven year old body to a table, put a huge ass needle in her spine, rip her open from stem to sternum, and snatch another little human out of an already little human.  No.  Just fucking NO.  

Also, where does one get the idea that the parents of that minor have to raise that little crotch fruit?  Where does the responsibility lie when it takes hundreds of thousands of dollars to raise a child?  The parents are going to have to be handing out double the milk money for a child they did not agree to raise.  

***It’s important to add that a 12 year old is not able to consent to sex, so if she’s pregnant, Sweet Babby Jesus hopes someone is in jail.*** 

And just for good measure, fucking fuck all of you who think it’s a good idea to force a child to go through major surgery because of your dogmatic beliefs.  You’re all so pro-life until a person is alive.  Then it’s “fuck’em, gut that slutty slut like a fish!”  Do you all even realize what a monster you are?

No love,
Sweet Babby Jesus

C-SECTIONS FOR JESUS, Y’ALL!

Sorry for the long absence.  Sweet Babby Jesus needed a tune up.  It’s hard being over 2,000 years old.  But SBJ is back with fiery wrath that makes The Book of Revelations look like a nice bedtime story.

First of all, Jennykins, I hope someone drops a house on you and steals your ruby slippers.  Has anyone ever heard of a C-Section?  Why yes, dear, most people who dwell where the sun will shine on their ass have, in fact, heard of a C-Section.  Unlike you, you heartless asshole, most people don’t think that a 12 year old girl should have all of her guts ripped out of her body and stapled back together like Dr. Frankenstein’s monster just to appease your crowd.  Just because a girl’s menses has begun does not mean that she is physically ready to push a watermelon sized human out of her hoo-ha.  

Secondly, I’m going to tell you a little story.  It’s about a little girl in the second grade.  Because of genetics, hormone laden chicken, or God was just being an asshole that day that little girl started her period.  After seven little years of being on this earth, was she ready or capable of having a child?  I see second graders all the time and not once have I seen one where I thought, “gee, she has good birthin’ hips.”  But according to your ilk’s rhetoric, it’s just fine and dandy to strap her little seven year old body to a table, put a huge ass needle in her spine, rip her open from stem to sternum, and snatch another little human out of an already little human.  No.  Just fucking NO.  

Also, where does one get the idea that the parents of that minor have to raise that little crotch fruit?  Where does the responsibility lie when it takes hundreds of thousands of dollars to raise a child?  The parents are going to have to be handing out double the milk money for a child they did not agree to raise.  

***It’s important to add that a 12 year old is not able to consent to sex, so if she’s pregnant, Sweet Babby Jesus hopes someone is in jail.*** 

And just for good measure, fucking fuck all of you who think it’s a good idea to force a child to go through major surgery because of your dogmatic beliefs.  You’re all so pro-life until a person is alive.  Then it’s “fuck’em, gut that slutty slut like a fish!”  Do you all even realize what a monster you are?

No love,

Sweet Babby Jesus

Baby whales… Fetuses… Baby whales… Fetuses…

Yet another trite meme that tries to link two things that aren’t related. ‘Saving the baby whales’ is a much different issue than abortion. Just another way some random nobody gets their soundbite immortalized in a nonsensical meme. 

Brobie

Baby whales… Fetuses… Baby whales… Fetuses…

Yet another trite meme that tries to link two things that aren’t related. ‘Saving the baby whales’ is a much different issue than abortion. Just another way some random nobody gets their soundbite immortalized in a nonsensical meme.

Brobie

Hello friends!
The Facebook page has been quite busy these days along with our admins. But we’re ready to come back.
This is what happens when people get upset that pro-choicers are sharing their pictures and statuses, except Facebook was set up to share things. So we decided to rub it in a little.
The hilarity never stops. So if you haven’t already, join us on Facebook and keep checking the Tumblr for more anti choice stupidity!

Hello friends!

The Facebook page has been quite busy these days along with our admins. But we’re ready to come back.

This is what happens when people get upset that pro-choicers are sharing their pictures and statuses, except Facebook was set up to share things. So we decided to rub it in a little.

The hilarity never stops. So if you haven’t already, join us on Facebook and keep checking the Tumblr for more anti choice stupidity!

There are not enough face palm moments in this world right now.
I just… I don’t even know how to begin to respond to this one. First off, this person needs to stop looking at the pictures Abolish Human Abortion publishes. Those are not pictures of abortion. Second… Starvation? Where did she get that one from? Seriously.
Oy vey.
Brobie

There are not enough face palm moments in this world right now.

I just… I don’t even know how to begin to respond to this one. First off, this person needs to stop looking at the pictures Abolish Human Abortion publishes. Those are not pictures of abortion. Second… Starvation? Where did she get that one from? Seriously.

Oy vey.

Brobie

strpljenspasen:

sarcasm-is-my-shield:

plwop:

Yes. Baby. Not child. Baby. Let’s just forget about those kids languishing in foster care, hmmm?
Because abolishing abortion is the perfect way to solve the waiting lists for healthy infants.
I will admit that adopting from foster care is not for everyone. Many of the children come with challenges that a lot of people are not equipped to handle. But if you are waiting for a healthy infant to adopt, you also have to accept you are going to be waiting quite a while.
Forcing women to go through pregnancy so that there are infants to adopt is frankly an awful idea. Society did it pre Roe vs. Wade and it didn’t work so well. We end up in a situation where women are judged for how worthy they are to raise a child.
Nevermind unless societal attitudes shift, judging women for how ‘fit’ they are to raise a child (Single mother? Teen mother? Nope!), it’s very likely adoption rates wouldn’t go up anyway.
Granted, they cite LifeSiteNews so I wouldn’t expect them to actually do real research into the topic.
Brobie

Everyone should have a right to have an infant, a baby to call theirs that they raised from such a young age. Lots of people would prefer a baby over a child in foster care, not just because the foster care child has “problems,” but because the family that is adopting may not be able to have a child, they want to have every stage of a child, including the stage of infancy. So no, they did not “just forget about those kids languishing in foster care”. But it is their right to want to have a baby, and they are 100% allowed to be annoyed with having to wait if they are not able to have their own child because all couples should have the right to have a child, but since some are not able to, it is inevitable that they will become frustrated with waiting for a baby, and nobody should be able to tell them to not be frustrated.

I don’t think the OP’s problem is with the people being frustrated with not being able to have a baby. They are allowed to be frustrated and upset. But it is not someone else’s fault that they can get pregnant and someone else can’t. And it is not right to say, “Because you can have a baby, you should keep it” or feel ashamed because you can and you didn’t.I mean, a lot of kids are in foster care, because people were put under that stress and pressure of keeping the baby when they couldn’t take care of it, and that led to children being taken away.I think (and I think OP thinks) that everyone just needs to chill with the shaming when it comes to abortion.

Exactly. I’m infertile. Being angry that others are having abortions when you can’t get pregnant is futile. And frankly, selfish. I went through a period of mourning when I found out my body couldn’t perform the basic function that a woman’s body is supposed to do. But you know what? I didn’t get angry that others got pregnant and aborted. What is right for someone else is right for them. I’m not about to force someone to become my personal incubator because I can’t get pregnant. And you know what happens when we (as a society) force women to stay pregnant? We end up in situations where women are judged whether or not they are fit to raise children and young, un-married women end up being incubators for “suitable” white couples. Read the Girls Who Went Away. I sure as hell do not want to return to those times.

strpljenspasen:

sarcasm-is-my-shield:

plwop:

Yes. Baby. Not child. Baby. Let’s just forget about those kids languishing in foster care, hmmm?

Because abolishing abortion is the perfect way to solve the waiting lists for healthy infants.

I will admit that adopting from foster care is not for everyone. Many of the children come with challenges that a lot of people are not equipped to handle. But if you are waiting for a healthy infant to adopt, you also have to accept you are going to be waiting quite a while.

Forcing women to go through pregnancy so that there are infants to adopt is frankly an awful idea. Society did it pre Roe vs. Wade and it didn’t work so well. We end up in a situation where women are judged for how worthy they are to raise a child.

Nevermind unless societal attitudes shift, judging women for how ‘fit’ they are to raise a child (Single mother? Teen mother? Nope!), it’s very likely adoption rates wouldn’t go up anyway.

Granted, they cite LifeSiteNews so I wouldn’t expect them to actually do real research into the topic.

Brobie

Everyone should have a right to have an infant, a baby to call theirs that they raised from such a young age. Lots of people would prefer a baby over a child in foster care, not just because the foster care child has “problems,” but because the family that is adopting may not be able to have a child, they want to have every stage of a child, including the stage of infancy. So no, they did not “just forget about those kids languishing in foster care”. But it is their right to want to have a baby, and they are 100% allowed to be annoyed with having to wait if they are not able to have their own child because all couples should have the right to have a child, but since some are not able to, it is inevitable that they will become frustrated with waiting for a baby, and nobody should be able to tell them to not be frustrated.

I don’t think the OP’s problem is with the people being frustrated with not being able to have a baby. They are allowed to be frustrated and upset. But it is not someone else’s fault that they can get pregnant and someone else can’t. And it is not right to say, “Because you can have a baby, you should keep it” or feel ashamed because you can and you didn’t.
I mean, a lot of kids are in foster care, because people were put under that stress and pressure of keeping the baby when they couldn’t take care of it, and that led to children being taken away.
I think (and I think OP thinks) that everyone just needs to chill with the shaming when it comes to abortion.

Exactly.

I’m infertile. Being angry that others are having abortions when you can’t get pregnant is futile. And frankly, selfish. I went through a period of mourning when I found out my body couldn’t perform the basic function that a woman’s body is supposed to do. But you know what? I didn’t get angry that others got pregnant and aborted. What is right for someone else is right for them. I’m not about to force someone to become my personal incubator because I can’t get pregnant.

And you know what happens when we (as a society) force women to stay pregnant? We end up in situations where women are judged whether or not they are fit to raise children and young, un-married women end up being incubators for “suitable” white couples. Read the Girls Who Went Away. I sure as hell do not want to return to those times.

Yes. Baby. Not child. Baby. Let’s just forget about those kids languishing in foster care, hmmm?
Because abolishing abortion is the perfect way to solve the waiting lists for healthy infants.
I will admit that adopting from foster care is not for everyone. Many of the children come with challenges that a lot of people are not equipped to handle. But if you are waiting for a healthy infant to adopt, you also have to accept you are going to be waiting quite a while.
Forcing women to go through pregnancy so that there are infants to adopt is frankly an awful idea. Society did it pre Roe vs. Wade and it didn’t work so well. We end up in a situation where women are judged for how worthy they are to raise a child.
Nevermind unless societal attitudes shift, judging women for how ‘fit’ they are to raise a child (Single mother? Teen mother? Nope!), it’s very likely adoption rates wouldn’t go up anyway.
Granted, they cite LifeSiteNews so I wouldn’t expect them to actually do real research into the topic.
Brobie

Yes. Baby. Not child. Baby. Let’s just forget about those kids languishing in foster care, hmmm?

Because abolishing abortion is the perfect way to solve the waiting lists for healthy infants.

I will admit that adopting from foster care is not for everyone. Many of the children come with challenges that a lot of people are not equipped to handle. But if you are waiting for a healthy infant to adopt, you also have to accept you are going to be waiting quite a while.

Forcing women to go through pregnancy so that there are infants to adopt is frankly an awful idea. Society did it pre Roe vs. Wade and it didn’t work so well. We end up in a situation where women are judged for how worthy they are to raise a child.

Nevermind unless societal attitudes shift, judging women for how ‘fit’ they are to raise a child (Single mother? Teen mother? Nope!), it’s very likely adoption rates wouldn’t go up anyway.

Granted, they cite LifeSiteNews so I wouldn’t expect them to actually do real research into the topic.

Brobie

I went on the hunt for what anti-choicers thought about IVF. After all if life begins at conception, shouldn’t IVF be a problem?
It’s an interesting and philosophical thought, which apparently this is one of the few pages that has actually given thought to the topic.
I wonder how this would be presented to most of our favourite pro-lifers. Obviously destruction of the zygotes would be akin to abortion in their eyes. But what about freezing zygotes? Do couples have an obligation to implant every zygote that is fertilized? Or do they have an obligation to donate them, much like adoption? Is IVF only okay if all the zygotes are implanted?
So many questions. I don’t think any of our friends have the brainpower to answer though
Brobie

I went on the hunt for what anti-choicers thought about IVF. After all if life begins at conception, shouldn’t IVF be a problem?

It’s an interesting and philosophical thought, which apparently this is one of the few pages that has actually given thought to the topic.

I wonder how this would be presented to most of our favourite pro-lifers. Obviously destruction of the zygotes would be akin to abortion in their eyes. But what about freezing zygotes? Do couples have an obligation to implant every zygote that is fertilized? Or do they have an obligation to donate them, much like adoption? Is IVF only okay if all the zygotes are implanted?

So many questions. I don’t think any of our friends have the brainpower to answer though

Brobie

Oh great. Now I can hear it now. The anti-choicers clamouring and rushing to say ‘troubled’ women should just get pregnant and be forced to keep their pregnancies. It’ll make them less troubled!
Ack!
I’m seriously confused as to how they think pregnancy will solve ‘troubled’ women.
Brobie

Oh great. Now I can hear it now. The anti-choicers clamouring and rushing to say ‘troubled’ women should just get pregnant and be forced to keep their pregnancies. It’ll make them less troubled!

Ack!

I’m seriously confused as to how they think pregnancy will solve ‘troubled’ women.

Brobie