After decades of evolution, the pro-abortion movement has reached another logical conclusion. In addition to creating a culture open to infanticide, abortionists are recognizing, and embracing, one of their greatest allies: deadbeat dads.
Straight from The Abortioneers on why, after decades spent devaluing men’s opinion, men now need to speak up on abortion:
In my own personal life, I’ve noticed sympathy from men and the odd Facebook mention of how lame this whole thing is, but not a whole lot of activity from well-wishing men who themselves would probably really like to prevent pregnancy. Which is odd, because at the end of the day, aren’t men really more pro-no-babies than women anyway? Think about it! How many women have we heard from in clinics or on hotlines, who simply can’t get the time of the day from their baby daddies? Don’t you think these men, deadbeats though they may be, would make great advocates for increased access to contraception? Even if just to keep their pregnant partners off their backs?
But shouldn’t deadbeat dads be enemy number one to feminism? I mean, how much more anti-woman can you get? Deadbeat dads use women for their own selfish needs but when there are consequences to their actions, the woman gets pregnant and she has needs of her own the man’s response is to duck and run. Is promoting contraception really more important than having men who respect women?
No, argues the abortioneers, the answer is not for the prospective deadbeat dads of the world to behave responsibly themselves, to grow up and act maturely, or to embrace the commitment that comes with a sexual relationship. No, the answer is more access to contraception . . . which is a strange argument for the pro-abortion movement to make since, according to their own research, supposedly more than 99% aged 15–44 who have ever had sexual intercourse have used at least one contraceptive method.
I guess not even the abortionists believe their own rhetoric anymore. But while The Abortioneers are busy talking up the “silent suffering” of deadbeat dads, I’m more concerned about the silent suffering of the fathers who love and want their unborn children but are forced to stand by helplessly when their child is killed. Where is their voice? While these men often welcomed by pro-lifers they have been shunned by the pro-choice crowd. What choice did they have in the future of their children?
Well, Abortioneers, you asked for men to speak up and I’m a man. Contrary to your projection of men, I’m very pro-baby and I am pro-life: from the moment of conception to the point of natural death. And I’m not alone.