This CBC op-ed piece by Kristen Pyszczyk travelled:
While having a child or five is a very personal choice, it’s also a choice that affects everyone who inhabits our planet. So while many people might find the backlash unwarranted, it’s actually a conversation we need to have in order to challenge our uncritical acceptance of the life-fulfillment-through-procreation story.
Now, as a feminist, I tend to oppose any cultural conversation that involves telling a woman what to do with her body.
Procreation is becoming a global public health concern, rather than a personal decision. So when people do irresponsible things like having five children, we absolutely need to be calling them out.
Pyszczyk obviously does not oppose “any cultural conversation that involves telling a woman what to do with her body” but post-modern progressives are exempt from the requirements of logic, a concept they have no use for and no need for once they are in power.
From Brandon Morse at Red State:
Firstly, I want to draw attention to the fact that our feminist friend here belongs to an ideology that likes to shout “my body, my choice” at every passerby that looks at them funny. They’re the ones who wear pink pussy hats — now deemed transphobic and racist — and tell people that the Republicans are going to bring about a real-life Handmaid’s Tale, where every aspect of women’s lives is controlled.
Then she has the gall to turn around and promote shaming women for practicing their choice to have a child. Holy wow! If you want a clue as to how insincere feminists are about how much they look after women, then here it is. They want to protect the rights of women, so long as those rights line up with exactly what they think is good. Step outside the plantation, and get ready for a whipping. More.
Reality check: How can I tell Brandon Morse that Canadians are generally so supine that large families vote Liberal and continue to fund the CBC that promotes shaming them?
Religious people vote Liberal and then cringe when the government trashes them for opposing live baby dismemberment.
I honestly can’t tell him what would wake people here up to the fact that, under progressive government, we are all “the fetus.” I can be sure of this: If a wakeup call ever happens, it is bound to be something pretty grim.
See also: Abortion: Reflecting on the “hard cases” Whether Trudeau is violating the religious groups’ freedom? Yes he is, and it has nothing to do with “common sense.” They all badly need their noses rubbed in what progressivism actually is. Stripped of blather, in this case, it is about implicating everyone in live baby dismemberment. And whatever else progressives think up later.
Trump proclaimed January 22 National Sanctity of Life Day. Here’s a thought experiment: Who would have guessed a decade ago in Canada that you couldn’t even hire students for a summer jobs program if you did not support live baby dismemberment? What will the demands be a decade from now?
in the age of Big progressive Government, we are all “the fetus” now.