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I stumbled upon on one of the most disgusting, vile Tumblr blogs today. Read on and enjoy the pure misogyny.

This blog is run by me! My name is Rebecca and I started this blog to point out the stupid things that anti-lifers (or pro-deathers) have to say about abortion!
Abortion is murder, plain and simple. The goal of this blog is to make anti-lifers see how stupid they are being and stop supporting murder! If you have a hypocrisy or flaw in logic that you see pro-abortion people using, submit it!
(Please keep all submissions, comments, and reblogs kind and Christ-like. Even though many girls who have abortions may be sluts, this blog is not about calling them sluts. It is about stopping the new holocaust!)
Checkmate, Pro-Choicers is a Tumblr blog full of hypocrisy, bullshit, and just straight up misogyny. I have been looking at it for a little while now, and I can't help but notice how low of an opinion this woman has of her own gender. Her posts make me feel sorry for her. Here are some gems:


Does this mean that since it has it's own DNA, I have an even better reason to get it the fuck out of uterus??? Is it a parasite??


I've watched my own abortion and it didn't change my stance. In fact, my abortion looked like menstrual blood in a jar. Really. There was nothing in there to make me change into a Lifer. Nothing. At all.


Uhhh, wasn't Hitler Pro-Life..??? Because if I remember correctly, he forced Aryan women to gestate and birth more Aryan babies. He was also pro-abortion to Jews, Blacks, dark-haired people i.e. non-Aryan folk. I don't think he was Pro-Choice haha.


Let's see!

Normal, frequent or expectable temporary side effects of pregnancy:
exhaustion (weariness common from first weeks)
altered appetite and senses of taste and smell
nausea and vomiting (50% of women, first trimester)
heartburn and indigestion
weight gain
dizziness and light-headedness
bloating, swelling, fluid retention
abdominal cramps
yeast infections
congested, bloody nose
acne and mild skin disorders
skin discoloration (chloasma, face and abdomen)
mild to severe backache and strain
increased headaches
difficulty sleeping, and discomfort while sleeping
increased urination and incontinence
bleeding gums
breast pain and discharge
swelling of joints, leg cramps, joint pain
difficulty sitting, standing in later pregnancy
inability to take regular medications
shortness of breath
higher blood pressure
hair loss
tendency to anemia
curtailment of ability to participate in some sports and activities
infection including from serious and potentially fatal disease
(pregnant women are immune suppressed compared with non-pregnant women, and are more susceptible to fungal and certain other diseases)
extreme pain on delivery
hormonal mood changes, including normal post-partum depression
continued post-partum exhaustion and recovery period (exacerbated if a c-section -- major surgery -- is required, sometimes taking up to a full year to fully recover)

Normal, expectable, or frequent PERMANENT side effects of pregnancy:

stretch marks (worse in younger women)
loose skin
permanent weight gain or redistribution
abdominal and vaginal muscle weakness
pelvic floor disorder (occurring in as many as 35% of middle-aged former child-bearers and 50% of elderly former child-bearers, associated with urinary and rectal incontinence, discomfort and reduced quality of life)
changes to breasts
varicose veins
scarring from episiotomy or c-section
other permanent aesthetic changes to the body (all of these are downplayed by women, because the culture values youth and beauty)
increased proclivity for hemmorhoids
loss of dental and bone calcium (cavities and osteoporosis)

And this is just some of the negative side effects listed. I think I'd rather have my period instead.

Now, I'm going to start in with some psychotic quotes. The first four were just a warm-up.


I honestly have no fucking words for this. They call THIS logic!?!?


I.. I don't.. I can't even.. I.. I feel like I'm losing IQ points from this garbage.


Ahh, the good ol' slut shaming punishment bullshit. Oh and since apparently babies aren't hard work and time- consuming, you can get a job!

Oh wait..

Okay, okay, I can work with that. They support women and want them to be healthier..
Where are they also getting "more babies= more money" bullshit??!

Oh but wait!

That's nice, so a woman doesn't matter, just fetuses do, since you know, the woman should gladly sacrifice herself to a fetus and leave her kids and loved ones to mourn.


REALLY!!!!?????!? WHAT! Unbelievable! They care about ALL women?!??

Nope, we're just breeders to these people and we're only good for popping out babies, never mind.

But maybe they do care?


Maybe. I mean, there ARE children already out there who need homes. But women shouldn't be pushed into being brood mares for those who can't have kids.


Sadly, the only people who win in the situation below are the adoptive parents, after coercing young, scared women into adoption and buying her fucking baby.


Yea, no, they don't give a fuck about women.


 And now, to wrap this blog up, I leave you with a wonderful GIF from their blog site:


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