Don’t threaten us with a good time, right? This is about as disappointing to hear as Joy Behar saying she’s going on a sex strike to preserve Roe v. Wade. Insider decided to check around on TikTok to see what women were saying about that Supreme Court decision draft on Roe v. Wade, and they weren’t all in hysterics. Some warned, though, that hookup culture could be “absolutely decimated” — “What woman would have mediocre s*x with a drunk rando if he could possibly father their child?” asks one woman featured.
We might also ask now, with Roe v. Wade in full effect: “What woman would have mediocre sex with a drunk rando if he could possibly father their child?” So mediocre sex with a drunk rando is worth the abortion? But you’re telling us abortion isn’t an elective procedure used as birth control — it’s strictly women’s health care to save the mother’s life from ectopic pregnancies and such?
Nothing could be better for society and the health of individuals both physically and mentally than the decimation of hook up culture. pic.twitter.com/pfVMrX5wvU
— GAGirl1967 knows it’s a child not a choice! (@Tamzilla_52) May 5, 2022
Waiyee Yip writes:
“In case you’re a man who doesn’t care about roe v wade just know that if abortion gets banned hookup culture will be absolutely decimated,” TikTok user @moneymollusk wrote in a video, which has received more than 1.2 million views in a single day.
“What women would have mediocre sex with a drunk rando if he could potentially father their child,” she continued, noting that the video is directed at “all the pro-life men who love Plan B.”
The clip drew more than 263,000 likes and more than 3,100 comments, with many users agreeing with her assessment.
This is the same as pro-choicers arguing that if a fetus is a life, then the father should have a financial responsibility and start paying child support, to which we say, “Now you’re getting it.”
I do not see any negative with this
— Smoke yer Pipe (@Jlisa42067) May 5, 2022
A very positive outcome.👍
— Ge🌄rge Wept (@GeorgeWept) May 5, 2022
You mean people will have to actually be responsible? pic.twitter.com/QytudmBYlY
— Daniel Gump ☕️ (@DSiPaint) May 5, 2022
And I’m supposed to think this is a bad thing?
— Ebee White (@tan_ebee) May 5, 2022
That sounds perfectly fine by me, God forbid our nation be a little more moral
— James Wolfe, 🖊 🐺 📖🇺🇸 (@SignatureWolfe) May 5, 2022
Maybe we can have a chance at having good, wholesome people exist again.
— LeJon Brames (@ki113rtofu) May 5, 2022
— God, Family, Country (@FlyoverCountryR) May 5, 2022
Or…use birth control?
— Megalythic (@Megalythic1) May 5, 2022
Another way of showing that the “safe, legal, and rare” argument was a bunch of horseshit from the get go…
— Kensington Biologist Employment Agency (@Wiswall13) May 5, 2022
Is this a real headline?
— Roger Murdock (@RogMurdockUCLA) May 5, 2022
It is. We looked it up just to make sure. Which wave of feminism was it that relieved men from taking any responsibility in a sexual relationship?
Hot idea: Women should hold a sex strike until their men support Roe v Wade https://t.co/Q2L6ZhD2KG
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 3, 2018
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