Every now and then, Freshly Pressed deals with controversial issues. This time the took on the abortion debate through a back door – birth control.
You are just a hard-working professor. Misunderstood by the old grandfatherly image. And your real grand parents.
But, then you move the narrative from abortion to making certain we understood clearly you are NOT a baby killer, those other women are. You, personally, are a good woman.
Sometimes words are much more powerful than we realize. And they show what we really intend even before we let them out of our mouths.
Yes, you clearly wrote that you consider Philly’s planned parenthood a baby killer operation.
And wordpress agreed and made you freshly pressed.
Sad. Sad, but true.
Some people say the darndest of things. And they point right back at the truth of the matter.
After all these years of feminism, and hating the rich white men [did you read the last freshly pressed I re-blogged? really scary and sad that we poor white men are dying so that the rich white man is hated …. ]
After all these years of hating on the rich white man, and all of those rich men went Democratic, we are still arguing not over the terminology of progressivism.
We are arguing over who among us are the most guilty, and the least guilty.
We know what is wrong, we are ashamed, but we justify our behavior because it is OUR behavior. And it is the group behavior which is bad.
ALL of those abortions add up to a problem. ALL of those single mothers are raising boys with a three-fold greater risk of becoming abusers and criminals.
But, me? Me personally? My choices are good.
Sad, but true.
This morning I went to Planned Parenthood. I go every three months to pick up my birth control pills and again in August just before my birthday for my annual pelvic exam.
My usual concerns when going to Planned Parenthood are:
A) Where am I going to park? Parking in Center City is never easy.
B) How long is this going to take? The folks at the Locust Street branch are always friendly and seem pretty efficient but if you don’t have an appointment, you can find yourself sitting in the lobby long enough to watch an entire Tyler Perry film.
I’m never worried about getting stopped by protestors because let’s face it: this is 2013. This is Philadelphia. We’re not like that here.
Plus, my visit to Planned Parenthood has nothing to do with abortion, which makes sense because 90% of the services offered by Planned Parenthood have to…
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