Written By: Sarah Waites
Life Dynamics Staff
Let’s get real. The only side that’s sexist is the pro-choice side.
Life Dynamics is an organization comprised of five people. That’s right – just five people, four of which are women. And this is not a new development. Since opening in 1992, Life Dynamics has been primarily staffed by women. If you think that this is some sort of fluke, take a look at the demographics of most of the pro-life organizations around the country. You will find them to be overwhelmingly female.
The fact is, polls consistently find that women oppose abortion at a higher rate than men, they are more opposed to government funding of abortion, more active in the pro-life movement, and are more likely to favor banning abortion outright.
And yet, the pro-choice side is constantly screaming about how the pro-life movement is waging some sort of “war on women.” Apparently, they are counting on the American people being simple-minded enough to blindly accept that a socio-political movement – mostly comprised of women and, yes, mostly led by women – devised a plot to rain death and destruction down on the female population.
“Women will never climb to equality over the dead bodies of their children.”Melissa Simmons-Tulin
There is a sexist war going on… but it’s against men – not women.
Imagine for a moment that some guy sent out a tweet that women have no right to state their opinion on “____________” because of their gender. (The subject was left blank because you could fill in the blank with any hot topic and the result would be the same.) The feminist movement would go nuts.
Rallying calls would be sent out across the Internet to put that man in his place. Social justice warriors (sjw) would be shouting about how telling a woman she can’t have an opinion on something because she is a woman is sexist. And they would be right. Telling someone they don’t have the right to speak about any issue simply based on their gender is sexist and it’s discrimination. And yet, not a day goes by when some sjw trots out the “no uterus, no opinion” line (or some variation of it.)
In fact, when it comes to abortion, men are told to sit down and shut up. Worse, men aren’t allowed to have an opinion when it’s their own child’s life that hangs in the balance. Recently, a video was posted to Twitter of a man sobbing as he begged his girlfriend not to abort his child. The response from the “enlightened pro-choice crowd” ranged from mockery to questioning his character.
Since it’s Father’s day, I couldn’t not share this.— Kay Fellows (@KayFellowz) June 16, 2019
Fathers are affected by abortion too. This father is standing outside an abortion clinic begging for his child’s life. pic.twitter.com/cnL58ejkF8
According to the feminist movement, a man’s only appropriate response to his significant other’s pregnancy is to support her “choice” to have an abortion, be willing to help pay for the abortion, and provide transportation to the clinic. It’s disgusting and hypocritical.
The pro-choice crowd always seems to make an exception for pro-choice men.
Did you ever hear any feminist tell Bill Clinton to keep out of the abortion issue? Nope. In fact, in the wake of the Lewinski scandal, former Time magazine reporter Nina Burleigh, wrote an article heaping praise on Clinton in which she volunteered that, “I’d be happy to give him a b*** j** [slang for oral sex] just to thank him for keeping abortion legal.”
You will never hear any feminists say that the all male 1973 Supreme Court had no right to be involved in the Roe vs. Wade decision. They don’t even seem to mind that the overwhelming majority of abortionists who make their fortunes off women are men, nor anything about the male “escorts” who work at the abortion mills. You would be hard pressed to find a VOX or Mother Jones article about men who force women to have abortions. Evidently, the only men for whom they have contempt, and the only men they want censored, are those who think women deserve better than abortion.
In a letter to America’s pro-choice community, Life Dynamics president, Mark Crutcher, summed it up best:
“Men do not merely have a right to speak out against abortion, we have a responsibility to do so. Real men do not just stand around with their hands in their pockets while people like you slaughter helpless children by the millions. So you may as well get used to the fact that, as long as your death camps are churning out dead bodies, many of the people fighting you will be men.”
Equality of the sexes cannot be achieved with discrimination. Our society gains nothing when we replace a patriarchy with a matriarchy. Of course, who can take the feminist movement seriously when refuse to tell creepy Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Beto O’Rourke, Cory Booker, Andrew Yang, Julián Castro, or any of the other 10 male democratic candidates, that they are not entitled to have an opinion on abortion.