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New Indiana Abortion Bill has Feminists in a Rage. Here's Why...
Any abortion bill which imposes limits or regulations on the child-snuffing procedure seems "extreme" to those who want "abortion on demand and without apology." Supposedly the patriarchy is snubbing women's rights if they can't get an instant, free abortion. Preferably one you pay for, by the way. But hey, it's her body, her choice. Just your dollar. Which is nothing new. An even greater "injustice" arises if the limitation on abortion is instated when the unborn person may be handicapped. Naturally, feminists everywhere (and even some Republicans) aren't taking too kindly to Indiana's new abortion bill.
It will ban women from seeking abortion based on a fetal diagnosis of physical or mental disability, including Down syndrome.
Wait, what? You can't kill your kid if she's retarded? That used to be one of the tenants of abortion, wasn't it? If it's not practically perfect in every way, just kill it...
The bill will place an additional obstacle in the path of women who wish to terminate a pregnancy due to lethal fetal anomaly, requiring them to sign a form certifying they have received a brochure about fetal hospice services.
It will prohibit the transfer of fetal tissue unless it is being buried or cremated, even for fetal tissue donation.
Let me reiterate: the "additional obstacle" that women would have to face is... signing a form verifying that they're aware of the other options besides abortion. In other words, before an abortion, the woman considering must verify she understands her baby is a human being. Even if the unborn child has a fetal anomaly which dooms it to a short life after birth, the woman must be aware that the child will be given a proper burial service. Sad? Heck yes. But it has a way of humanizing that small child. Obviously the abortion mills want to minimize the personhood of unborn children. Also, notice what follows. It'll be illegal to sell the left over parts of the aborted human. Even though Planned Parenthood says it doesn't do that. So...
That's always been the bottom line with abortion providers: MONEY. Get money for the abortion, get money from the parts. Money, money, money! All while they disguise it under a mission of "women's health." Then they call those of us who oppose abortion as "extreme." Finally...
And the bill will also ban women from receiving state-mandated pre-abortion counseling as a "group," mandating that it be done in "private" instead. During these counseling sessions, the state already requires providers to tell women that "human physical life begins when a human ovum is fertilized by a human sperm."
Science. Life begins at conception. You're about to kill it. It's not all too surprising that private counseling is considered an issue. Women feel safer in herds. As you can see, these gals are very fragile creatures (see Pro-Abortion Salon: 'Stop Showing Those Mean Scientifically Accurate Pictures!'). If they're alone with a counselor they may have to actually talk about their abortion! The next feminist cause should be imploring clinics to ban the word "abortion" because it's too triggering.
Adamant pro-choicers want Planned Parenthood clinics to essentially be happy, relaxing day spas. That's why bills of this nature are extreme and terrifying. According to them, the procedure should at least be free. And women should be comforted and appeased at all times. The fetus gets to rot in a jar on the shelf while they get constant reassurance. Am I missing anything?