Feminist Aborted Her Son Because He was a Boy: “I Couldn’t Bring Another Monster Into the World”

Feminist Aborted Her Son Because He was a Boy: “I Couldn’t Bring Another Monster Into the World”

Abortion advocates like to pretend that abortion is a tough decision made by women who have no other option, but every now and then an extremist lets slip how radical the beliefs of the pro-abortion movement really are. The latest example is a so-called feminist named Lana, who got pregnant and was happily planning on keeping the baby… until she found out it was a boy, and then she had an abortion, because she couldn’t bring another “monster” into the world.

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The description of the argument is straight forward: Lana was flying to San Francisco to participate in an Occupy Wall Street rally. When the person sitting next to her found out about it, he swore at her, to which Lana responded by screaming at the top of her lungs “ASSAULT.”

After “contemplating” lying to the flight attendants and telling them that the man struck her, Lana decided to tell the truth. The flight attendants told her that they couldn’t force the man to move in response. And in response to that, Lana decided that she “could no longer depend on men to be an ally of the cause.”

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The “cause,” in her mind, is feminism. Soon after, she went to the doctor and was told that she was pregnant with a boy. Her immediate response, she writes, was “my body had betrayed me even worse than the misogynistic suit jockey on the airplane so many months before. I was in shock, I started crying, weeping at the thought of what I was about to curse the world with.”

Over the course of several days, she decided that she could not bring another male into this world. She explains, “I couldn’t bring another monster into the world. We already have enough enemies as it is.”

Yes, because literally all men are inherently monstrous beings who don’t deserve to live. Does she honestly not realize how despicable a viewpoint that is? I wonder how this “feminist” would feel if a man said that all women were inherently monsters, even as babies, and didn’t deserve to live. Somehow, I don’t think she would be all that happy about it.

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