• eroteme

    Despicable misogynist assholes.

  • StealthGaytheist

    “The Handmaid’s Tale” was a warning, not a manual.

  • fiona64

    And that’s to say nothing of the fact that other outlets have already reported that this young woman had a miscarriage.

    But yes, Governor Goodhair and his anti-choice cronies can thank themselves for this unfortunate situation.

    • Ella Warnock

      There are those in Texas who still believe Marlise Munoz’s doomed fetus was perfectly formed and normally developing but was ‘killed’ out of selfishness and for conveeeenience. These same people in the face of all the evidence that this was a miscarriage will still believe that wicked s!oot purposefully aborted the fetus. Because that’s the only worldview hate and lack of empathy allow them to have.

      When in doubt – and when you’ve no clue of the actual circumstances – just blame the wh0re and ASSume the worst. It’s the good christian way, doncha know.

      • eroteme

        A despicable poster on SPL (ockraz) had the gall to compare Marlise Munoz to…a fishbowl!

        Yes, she = fishbowl, and she just need to be fed to keep the glorious goldfish (fetus) alive

        /shakes fist

        • Ella Warnock

          As I referred to in my answer to Everybodhi below, note the huge emotional payoff in coming up with new and fun dehumanizing terms for women.

        • Arekushieru

          Obtw, I was trying to remember where I heard that name, ockraz. But I believe I saw him on The Guardian complaining about Jessica Valenti’s request for free tampons and other products for menstruation. A real ‘sweetheart’ that one is, there.

          • eroteme

            Yes, he also said, in regards to the uterine lining, that “the bed is made”

            Ughhhh.

          • Arekushieru

            Hey, do you ever read any Science Daily?

          • eroteme

            Only for citations.
            I read Discover magazine regularly tho.

  • lady_black

    I like how you think. Unfortunately I can no longer help out, having had a hysterectomy seven years ago. Ladies, you know what to do.

  • Everybodhi

    If they cared so much about aborted “babees”, they would be raising funds and awareness for all the spontaneous abortions, which are far more prevalent than medical abortions.
    There haven’t been many studies done on spontaneous abortion and how to prevent it, they need funding.
    I understand some men and women just love other people’s birthing and their unborn so why aren’t they raising funds for studies on the women that spontaneously abort blastocysts, zygotes or embryos that want to gestate?
    It’s like the MRA’s that fight against women’s funding for shelters or breast cancer instead of raising funds for the causes they care about.
    There are so many women out there that want to give birth and cannot, I don’t understand why those that love all the world’s women’s unborn so much don’t spend their time constructively and help those that actually want help gestating.

    • Ella Warnock

      Can’t s!ut shame those women, so where’s the fun for a forced birther in that? It’s all about the emotional payoff in calling a woman the vilest of names.

    • lady_black

      Because miscarriages (particularly early miscarriages) and non-implanting blastocysts happen for a reason. They stop developing because something is wrong with them, and the mother’s body rejects them. I don’t WANT them to “do something about it.” Now SOMETIMES a medical condition such as PCOS can cause repeated miscarriages due to poor progesterone production, and that’s easily treated. My sister had repeated miscarriages until I finally explained what was going on with her and she had to take progesterone vaginal suppositories during her early pregnancies in order to maintain the pregnancy. But someone with a medical issue will have a history of early miscarriage. Those which occur sporadically are due to embryo or fetal issues, and they shouldn’t attempt to save those, and I’m not even sure it’s possible to do so.

      • eroteme

        I always learn from your posts. Ty.

        Question:

        Are c sections quite rough? Doesn’t the baby have to be tugged out with a fair amount of force?

        • lady_black

          I was asleep for my first C-section. For my second one I had an epidural. There was no pain, but I did feel the tugging and it felt like my entire lower body was being yanked upward when they were delivering the baby, so yes, I’d say it’s pretty rough.

          • eroteme

            Interesting. BB was arguing that the amniotic sac would not break during a c section because she is under the impression that its gentle. The ignoramus.

          • lady_black

            They break it. The incision is NOT big enough to fit the fetus intact in the amniotic sac through. She IS an idiot, and no it’s not gentle and neither is vaginal delivery.

          • Nessie

            Isn’t the amniotic sac supposed to break so that the baby can breathe?

          • eroteme
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