Support Pro-Abortion Women Who Decide Not to Have Sex With Their Husbands


Pro-abortion women in Texas are calling on other pro-abortion women to abstain from sex with their husbands until they support baby killing like they do.

“An outspoken feminist is recruiting women to stop having sex with all Texas men – even their husbands – until the men start voting for the ‘right’ to end an unborn baby’s life with a late-term abortion.”

I’m all for it. Where can I sign up to give my support to these pro-abortion women?

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Less sex means fewer pregnancies. Fewer pregnancies from pro-abortion women will mean fewer pro-abortionists in the future.

This is wonderful thing. We should all encourage it.

Liberals are killing off their future. Anti-abortionists often picket abortion clinics with signs that read “Babies Are Murdered Here” to get the attention of people who have not thought about the ethical implications of abortion. What is really taking place when a woman spreads her legs for an abortion? She’s not having tumor removed.

I’ve proposed that the signs should read “Future Democrats Murdered Here” or “Future Liberals Murdered Here.” Of course, not all Democrats get abortions. In fact, there are many in the GOP that hate the anti-abortion movement. They would like to see the anti-abortion plank expunged from the party platform.

But at this time, it’s the Democrats that support abortion on demand. It’s the Democrats that work overtime to keep abortion legal in America.

Some liberals understand the long-term political effect of abortion:

“[F]or the past 30 years or so, conservatives — particularly those of the right-wing red-state Christian strain — have been out-breeding liberals by a margin of at least 20 percent, if not far more. . . . Translation: Libs just aren’t procreating like they could/should be.”[


  1. Mark Morford, “When Liberals Rule the World: Stats say the GOP is dying. But red-staters are breeding like drunken ferrets. Who wins?,” SF Gate (March 28, 2007). []

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