Pro-Choice is Pro-Rape

Many of you probably saw the title of this post and thought I was going to argue that Abortion exists so that rich and powerful men like many of those leftist, casting-couch Hollywood scum bags can destroy evidence of their sexual assault, and thus protect themselves from being convicted of rape like they should be (or have to pay child support). But that is not my point today. Rather, I have decided that we should just accept all of the pro-choice jargon and see what happens.

And what happens is we have a case for legalizing rape.

To begin with, Abortion is legalized murder. So, this isn’t that big a stretch. But consider some of the popular pro-choice bumper stickers/arguments:


Ok, so if laws saying you can’t use your body to harm another person are… wrong? Unacceptable? Not sure what to call that. Clearly we can’t call it “sin.” Let’s call it Passe.

If laws saying you can’t use your body to harm another body are passe because they are telling you what you can and can’t do with your body, then laws telling men they cannot use their bodies to rape are also passe. This also works for slogans like, “My Body, My choice.” Obviously.

What about Cases of Rape and Incest?

Ok, let’s say that we decide that abortion is acceptable in cases where the mother is the victim of rape or incest. What are we saying? We’re saying, if that baby’s father has done something terrible, then we can kill the baby. But since we already accept the equality of the sexes, then certainly if we could show that the woman had done something terrible, like, I don’t know, having a large carbon footprint or failing to support Black Lives matter on her Facebook page, then it would be ok to rape her.

Wait, no, I have that wrong. Obviously. Sorry!

What I should have said is that, if we could show that a woman’s father had a large carbon footprint, or had voted for Trump or something equally vile, then it would be ok to rape her. It’s not evil to punish the child for the sins of the father. Apparently.

What if the Mother’s Life is in Danger?

First off, I have NEVER heard anyone present even a hypothetical situation where in a baby had to be MURDERED to save a pregnant woman. If you can tell me how killing a baby could ever save a pregnant woman from dying, please let me know, because I am at a loss.

But let’s assume the argument is valid. Whatever it is. We’re assuming that abortion is ok if it means the woman’s life is saved. Ok, so what if we could show that committing rape can cure prostate cancer? I have no more (or less) reason to think that committing rape can cure prostate cancer than I have that infanticide can save a woman from dying, but let’s assume them to be equal. Since they are both purely hypothetical nonsense.

Doesn’t it stand to reason that, if we are saying it’s justifiable to do a horrible thing to an innocent person if it saves your life, that a man with prostate cancer should be permitted to rape to save himself from dying from cancer? Unlike pregnancy, cancer still kills a fair amount of people. Being pregnant on the other hand has never been less deadly. I mean, I’ve never tried it myself, but that’s only because I’m a man and men can’t have babies, no matter what TikTok tells you.

It’s just a Clump of Cells

This is every bit as true about a woman as it is about an unborn baby, so this totally works for the Pro-rape position (or what I’m calling Bill Clintoning).

Abortion is a Personal Choice, not a Political Debate!

I feel like this one writes itself. Just switch out “abortion” for “rape” and we’ve got it. Moving on.

Abortion is Women’s Healthcare

Uh… again, how does murdering a baby make a woman more healthy? The fact is abortion has always killed women and it still does. Making it legal didn’t change that.

The “Morning after pill” which essentially forces a miscarriage, has killed women.

Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, admits that in this invasive procedure, “serious complications may be fatal.” They also make note of the following complications:

allergic reaction
blood clots in the uterus
incomplete abortion – part of the pregnancy is left inside the uterus
failure to end the pregnancy
injury to the cervix or other organs
undetected ectopic pregnancy
very heavy bleeding

What a frightening list, to say the least. But it doesn’t stop there.

In addition, according to the Breast Cancer Prevention Institute, documentation shows that since 1957, 58 out of 74 (78%) research studies conducted in 22 countries confirmed an increased risk of breast cancer following induced abortion. In one of the most recent meta-analysis studies conducted in China in February of 2014, a 44% increased risk of breast cancer was found after a woman had one induced abortion (a 76% increase following two induced abortions and an 89% increase following three induced abortions).

Finally, the most comprehensive and largest study of the mental health risks associated with abortion, was published on September 1, 2011, in the prestigious British Journal of Psychiatry. The study was a meta-analysis that examined 22 other studies that had been published between 1995 and 2009. The study involved 877,181 women – 163,831 of whom had abortions. Here’s what the study found:

Women who have had an abortion have an 81% higher risk of subsequent mental health problems compared to women who have not had an abortion.

Women who aborted have a 138% higher risk of mental health problems compared to women who have given birth.

Women who aborted have a 55% higher risk of mental health problems compared to women with an “unplanned” pregnancy who gave birth.

Women with a history of abortion have higher rates of anxiety (34% higher), depression (37%), alcohol use/misuse (110%), marijuana use (230%), and suicidal behavior (155%) compared to those who have not had abortions.

These stats are hard to come by as several Democrat run states, Like California, do not report their abortion stats to the CDC, and also, the medical system has made it impossible to report a death by abortion. You can report a woman has bled to death after an abortion, but it shows up under death by bleeding, and does not show up as an abortion related death. So it happens far more often than we’re allowed to know. That alone should be a giant red flag to anyone who actually cares about women’s health.

Abortion doesn’t make anyone more healthy. It’s literally intended to kill.

Sometimes soon I’ll write an article about how we can reduce instances of rape by getting guns in the hands of more women. If there’s any choice for women of which I am pro, it’s the second amendment.

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