We’re WAY past abortion being a ‘solution’ for a girl who’s gotten herself ‘in trouble’. We now have people who like abortion for its own sake.
Most of us, when we think about the emotionally-charged question of abortion, are balancing two competing values.
We have the difficulties and dramatic life changes that are attendant with bringing a baby into the world, especially when you find yourself pregnant before you are ready to look such responsibility right in the eye.
That is the argument that drives the Left and their ‘women’s rights’ narrative.
On the other side of the debate is the fact that the life we are discussing inside that mother’s womb is ALREADY alive, and at no point does one human have the right to end the life of another human simply because the defenseless one lacks the ability to defend himself or herself.
If the baby is alive, that life is not the mother’s to take. Mom’s choices extend in two directions — what to do before conception, or what to do with and for that baby AFTER delivery.
We naturally assumed everything else was political navigation between those two starting points.
Now we see that there are people for whom having an abortion isn’t merely making a problemmatic situation disappear but the abortion itself IS the actual endgame.
In a Reddit post entitled ‘Question regarding abortion and breeding fetish’, one user reveals how she has “a female friend who has a really powerful fetish for breeding” and never used birth control.
“She is with a male partner currently who is just like her, into breeding and they have been practising their fetish for quite a few abortions,” the post reads.
…“I know this fetish. My girlfriend and me have the same fetish. My girlfriend enjoys her pregnancies and she enjoys the abortion. Her preferred date to abort is between 20 and 24 weeks of gestation. I enjoy making her pregnant. And I enjoy the time of her pregnancy. She has no menstrual period and she is sexually very active,” he writes.
“In the last ten years in our relationship we have done seven abortions and my girlfriend is pregnant again with a little girl,” he adds.
Combining sex and violence as an expression of ‘personal empowerment’? Gee, what could possibly go wrong with that recipe?
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