Blame the abortion lobby for Texas | Raquel Rosario Sánchez | The Critic Magazine

On 1 September, the state of Texas began implementing the most severe abortion restrictions in the United States, through a series of measures that prohibited the practice after the first six weeks of pregnancy. The Supreme Court, following a 5-4 vote, refused to intervene.

Most women don’t know they are pregnant at this stage, which leaves them in the invidious (and now unlawful) position of either seeking back-alley abortions or going to another state. The measures introduced this week also estipulate that anybody helping a woman obtain an abortion — including family members, friends or service providers — can be sued by private individuals for up to $10,000 (£7,200).

In effect, the law is encouraging ordinary people to study the bodies of child-bearing aged girls and women in Texas for signs of growing bellies and swelling breasts… and the disappearance of those signs. This is a dystopian nightmare. Women will now go to great lengths to conceal any hint of morning sickness from colleagues and neighbours, lest any of them betray them.

The logical question is: where are the feminist organisations? It turns out that some have gone AWOL, tackling entirely different issues outside of their remit. Over the past decade, Planned Parenthood, the United States most powerful reproductive rights lobby, has become one of the largest providers of cross-sex hormone and transgender medical transition. Or as Planned Parenthood calls it “gender affirming hormone care.

A former employee told the Wall Street Journal‘s Abigail Shrier that, although providing abortions used to be the organisation’s bread and butter, medicalising children proved to be more lucrative: “Trans identifying kids are cash cows, and they are kept on the hook for the foreseeable future in terms of follow-up appointments, bloodwork, meetings, etc., whereas abortions are (hopefully) a one-and-done situation”.

Administering underage girls with ten to forty times the dose of testosterone their bodies naturally produce carries increased risks of vaginal and uterine atrophy, heart attacks, infertility and endometrial cancer, which is the antithesis of what most people assume a feminist organisation concerned with women’s health should do.

Source: Blame the abortion lobby for Texas | Raquel Rosario Sánchez | The Critic Magazine

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  1. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? To suggest that Planned Parenthood is responsible for this, and not its ‘sponsors/captors’, is akin to blaming all women’s rights activists for having thrown away all women’s rights.

    The reality is – as we all know (or should know) – this is the work of of the Trans Rights Activist autogynephilic women haters who insist they will eventually be able to have children without women and, in the meantime, they want women to have unwanted babies so they can adopt them. Just think about it, this is a far more cost effective way to get what they want (babies) without having to try and source (let alone pay for) ‘gestational carriers’. They can portray themselves as ‘philanthropic’ for having saved these careless women and girls from unintended pregnancies.

    And, hey, if you can get paid a bounty for spotting one – even better. Best of all, be the actual ‘sperm donor’ i.e. the rapist responsible for getting the poor critter pregnant (by feigning being a lesbian – and crying crocodile tears of ‘boo hoo she led you on’). Not only can ‘he’ then claim the child as his own, but he can claim a bounty for having been the one who dobbed in his victim. DARVO writ large.

    Planned Parenthood has been groomed, gaslit and captured by the TRA and – like an unfortunate cockroach stung by a dementor wasp – (no different to the Greens and Progressives and the UN) it is being led around blind to feed the babies of its ‘stinger’.

    I could say thank goodness I am post menopausal but, as we all know, a bunch of selfish post-menopausal older women have already put themselves through ridiculous torture to have babies when they should never have been allowed to.

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