Imagine the level of self-centered harpy one has to be to view motherhood in this light. So not only did The Guardian write a ridiculous piece that focuses on how horrible it is to be a mom (which is a lie) but NARAL our friendly neighborhood pro-aborts shared it.
What the Hell is wrong with these women?
Wait, don’t answer that.
“Women have to plan, conceive, carry and labor to make babies who, chances are, won’t even have our last names.” https://t.co/7lH9cOv9ii
— NARAL (@NARAL) November 24, 2018
Because the most important part of having a child is that they have your last name.
From The Guardian:
I don’t mind babies, but I don’t long for one. The world promised me this longing would arrive one day, like a package on my doorstep, but what I long for is a second book contract and protracted stretches of time alone. I’m beginning to think this promise was – not a lie, exactly – but the culture’s way of distracting me from all the non-gestational things I’d like to be doing.
Someone get the tiny violins …
The New York Times tells me costs of motherhood are on the rise, but we aren’t talking about the costs of conception: not just the enormous expense of fertility treatments, but the costs of missing work for frequent doctor appointments, the physical toll of hormone treatments and invasive procedures, and the ordinary effort of planning sex on the right day while making it seem fun and spontaneous. We have to plan, conceive, carry and labor to make babies who, chances are, won’t even have our last names. Of course women are less eager to have children than their partners are; the costs – to our bodies, our careers, our finances – are just so much higher.
Awful, right? Clueless about what being a mom really is all about …
— Merry Jackhole Christmas?❄️⛄? (@Mojo50James) November 25, 2018
Mothering or fathering……either way, it’s not about you. It’s about them.
— Brian Bougher (@pastorbrianb) November 25, 2018
And no one is surprised pro-aborts made having a child all about them and not the child.
What is wrong with all of you? It isn't all about you. It is about the life completely dependent on you.
— Jack Graham (@jackgraham749) November 24, 2018
No, we do not have any idea. But what I do know is most women that I have talked to who had children would gladly do it all over again and say it is the greatest experience of their lives, as it should be. It is a miracle women get to experience first-hand.
— Bill Eaton (@BillandSandraE) November 24, 2018
It is pretty damn cool.
I became kinda jealous of my wife during her pregnancy. She was in awe of every kick and movement, and felt so connected to our child before she was even here. Sure there are negatives to being pregnant. But my wife says she’d do it 100 times over and can’t wait to have another
— Sirstins (@BSFFSirstins) November 24, 2018
Now now, talking about pregnancy and a motherhood in a positive light contradicts NARAL’s whole pro-abort, pro-death agenda, and they can’t have that.