There is absolutely nothing wrong, or necessarily tragic, unfortunate, or sad about a woman choosing to get an abortion. Nothing. And here’s why.
NY Times Magazine features yet another article questioning the morality of women who make their own decisions about their child-bearing.
In just one dinner at a random restaurant having greasy food and a couple of beers we scratched the surface of the potential that exists.
What happens on the front lines of Dr. Carhart’s clinic for this week is extremely important – but what comes out of it is perhaps even more critical.
On June 26, the New York Times ran an op-ed from Ross Douthat which highlighted the horror of there being 160 million girls missing in the world today, largely owing to sex-selective abortions. However, rather than indicting this as a horrible outgrowth of deeply entrenched male-supremacy and patriarchy, Douthat places the blame for this on women’s right to abortion and the few hard-won advances that have been made in some spheres for some women. As such, he ends up arguing for the very male supremacy and traditional values that lead to this kind of thing in the first place.
For the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, watch and spread these penetrating radio programs celebrating the right to abortion, celebrating the doctors and health care providers who risk their lives every day to provide women access to this essential right, and examining the state of abortion rights today. Both Include critically important discussion of the changing moral discourse surrounding abortion.
This is boundary-breaking & inspiring. Listen to Carl Dix of the Revolutionary Communist Party spit some cold truth in his remarks at the International Womens’ Program program at LaPregunta Arts Cafe near Harlem on March 6, 2010.
Sunsara Taylor is on a national campus speaking tour: “From the Burkha to the Thong: Everything Must, and Can. Change–WE NEED TOTAL REVOLUTION!” Another big question that keeps coming up: “Watching pornograghy? That’s just my individual choice? So what’s wrong with that?” Sunsara takes it on here:
“And who are you to criticize someone else’s culture?” Sunsara Taylor takes this on…
Sunsara Taylor begins national campus speaking tour – see her video