Sunday, February 27, 2011

The pro-abort said it

I've said it before, and I'll said it again. The feminist attitude towards fetuses is as follows: if a fetus has to suffer and die in the name of female empowerment, tough luck fetus!

Well, pro-abort Frances Kissling more or less confirmed my saying:
The pro-abortion mindset, warned Kissling, is increasingly being seen as callously indifferent to the unborn child, in contrast with the pro-life culture. “We can no longer pretend the fetus is invisible,” she said. “We must end the fiction that an abortion at 26 weeks is no different from one at six weeks. The fetus is more visible than ever before, and the abortion-rights movement needs to accept its existence and its value.

“It may not have a right to life, and its value may not be equal to that of the pregnant woman, but ending the life of a fetus is not a morally insignificant event.”

In my 5 years of writing this blog, I don't think I've ever seen any feminist object to what I said.

But to tell the truth, I think feminists understand the abortion debate better than Kissling. They understand that if they grant one iota of value to the fetus, they've lost the battle. Kissling is a bit of a useful idiot for the pro-life movement.

Still, the feminists are in between a rock and a hard place because they do look completely callous and uncaring towards the unborn child, but they prefer that reputation than giving any value whatsoever to the unborn child.