As Thousands March, Women’s Reproductive Rights Divide The Nation

Across the country thousands of women rallied for their reproductive rights, becoming the largest women’s marches since 2017. This comes as Texas recently placed a ban on abortions once a heartbeat is detected. 

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44 thoughts on “As Thousands March, Women’s Reproductive Rights Divide The Nation

  1. The majority of women who have abortions in America are not married women, but Bachelorettes. Women aren't fighting for their right to abortions, women are fighting for their rights to fornicate. Ladies, if you don't want to have children, use protection. Try birt control implants. There's the Essure rod, and the Nexplanon device. They're minor surgeries that are much more effective than the birth control pill, or a condom, and you won't be trouble with the daily hassle.

  2. Do you have to pay to give birth in the US? I know there's no NHS, but wondered if giving birth is treated as an exemption and thus paid for by the state? (Or medicare, or whatever it's called). I've tried Googling this, but can't seem to find a definitive answer. If you do have to pay, how much does it cost? – literal out-of-pocket with and without private health insurance?
    (Sorry for all the Qs – I live in the UK so all of this is provided by the NHS via National Insurance tax. I've tried several times to read-up and understand the US system, but I always end up lost in a labyrinth) x

  3. Who are these idiots repeating "My body, my choice" about vaccines? Someone tell these people abortion is NOT a communicable disease. And making such a comparison makes you sound stupid af. Abortions don't threaten your life any any way shape of form, unlike a contagious disease running rampant in the public.

  4. Dear St, Gianna, you who gave life to a fourth child knowing you would eventually die from it, please watch over us. I ask you to please change the mind of any woman thinking about having an abortion at this moment, that they may seek help. Please move our hearts, so that we will not judge or be self-righteous; but rather compassionate and caring for their stories. Help us to walk with them each day of their unexpected pregnancies and to assist their born children with equal fervor. Help men to be chaste and faithful to their wives. In Jesus name, I pray. Amen.

  5. Again, the wrong terminology has been applied to the real controversy. We already have “reproductive rights”….namely the right to choose to have a baby either naturally or via in vitro fertilization. Or using birth control if “reproduction” is not desired. It’s what happens AFTER reproduction that is controversial. Liberals change the terminology to confuse the matter at hand. If you want to talk about abortion, then do so! Look up definitions before using the wrong phraseology!

  6. Murderers protesting killing babies worthless weak pieces of human 💩 you will all answer 😂 they really think it ends when u die so you think you can commit all the evil you want be selfish thoughtless and just die no you will answer for killing these innocent babies clowns

  7. I was there in DC as a Pro Life counter-protester with my University’s chapter of SFLA. It was absolute insanity. I got some kind of liquid thrown all over me and my sign as we were trying to cross the street after the march had stopped in front of the Capitol Building. Capitol police separated me and another girl from the rest of the group and wouldn’t let us through. That’s when the liquid got thrown at me. Capitol police didn’t do anything to stop them either, even though that’s considered battery.

  8. There's a good chance these new laws will be held unconstitutional and they're sure making a lot of women mad. I wonder if it will motivate more women to vote against Republican candidates? UPDATE 10-6-21 : A federal judge has suspended enforcement of the Texas law. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear the appeal.

  9. Isn't it interesting how the pro abortionists say that " no one, especially the Federal Government, can tell me what to do with my body." And yet, they are not protesting the mandate to inject chemicals into our bodies. My body, my choice, only relates to abortion. Despite the fact that abortion targets ANOTHER body, not the woman's.
    Double standard, hmmm..

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