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'SHE'LL BE INCONVENIENCED'! This feminist's argument for second-trimester abortions is straight-up soulless

For evidence that feminism has been corrupted even further by the pro-abortion movement, look no further than this piece by feminist writer Molly Jong-Fast:


In her Wall Street Journal piece, Molly Jong-Fast writes about how being told that her unborn child had a 25 percent chance of having a potentially fatal genetic disease is actually a great argument for keeping second-trimester abortions legal:

I wept every day. I thought endlessly about odds and what they meant. Seventy-five percent seemed good one minute; the next minute, I was devastated.

We arrived at the genetic counselor’s office to learn our results. It turned out we won the lottery. My baby was not affected, not even a carrier. He was born the following January, a strapping 9 pounds, 5 ounces. He is now 14, a freshman in high school. Having him was the greatest decision I ever made, but being forced to carry a terminally ill baby would have been the greatest tragedy of my life. That is why I am committed to keeping second-trimester abortions safe and legal.

That’s one hell of a logical leap, Molly. But then, facts don’t seem to be your strong suit:




Narrator: It did not make her look good.


How far we’ve fallen.

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