The first rule of feminism is you always talk about your vagina. The second rule of feminism is you always talk about your vagina. The third rule of feminism is assuming everyone wants into your vagina. Despite no one wanting anywhere near the vagina you’ve been talking about, ad nauseam, because of the first two rules of feminism.
Take it away, Whoopi:
Whoopi made lots of noise while flapping her arms. Of all the tripe to come flying out of her spittle-flinging mouth, there’s just one main point to be made. A point we’ve made more times than a feminist has said “vagina” — wait, no, that’s not possible. Forget I typed that. We’ve been over this point since before Caitlyn Jenner donned his first peep-toe pumps. Prancing about public bathroom stalls like they’re the stages of Miss America.
Just because you want something, doesn’t mean you have a right to it. Similarly, just because you were irresponsible, doesn’t mean you get to erase the results of your irresponsibility via suction and curettage.
Women do not have the right to consequence-free sexual intercourse. Men do not have the right to consequence-free sexual intercourse. If you engage in coitus, be prepared to deal with the results of coitus. Be that a pregnancy, an STD, or an overly emotional stage five clinger. Who sends you creepy selfies at 2 am. Not always of their face.
Murder is not an option to handle a pregnancy. Whoopi doesn’t have the right to snuff the life of her unborn child simply because she doesn’t want to deal with sexual intercourse resulting in sexual reproduction.
This is junior high-level Health Class.
Simply stated: you cannot murder your child because you’re irresponsible or shortsighted for failing to see sex can result in pregnancy (that is one of the purposes of sex, after all). My saying “It’s wrong to murder your child for [solve for X]” is not me trying to beat down your vaginal walls like a Viking conqueror looking to pillage your womanly virtues. The location of a life doesn’t lessen the value of that life.
I know it’ll never happen, but it would be swell if we could get feminism to move past the second-grade level chants and euphemisms. You know, have adult talk about reality.
Also, the Constitution protects the American right to self-defense via the Second Amendment. It’s stated right there in the Bill of Rights. There is no Amendment to consequence-free sex. Or any sex at all. There is no right to throw your personal responsibility out a window just because you were horny. So we’re clear.
P.S.: spare me the “but more birth control” bull crap. Do some reading. More birth control does not equal fewer abortions. Please, for the love of all things vagina, stop it with that insidious talking point.