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Low-class pro-abort males oppose SB5 to keep their promiscuous sex a comin’ July 11, 2013

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Abortion, Basics, contraception, disaster, error, family, foolishness, manhood, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, silliness.

Well, at least they’re being honest.  We love abortion so we can keep our swinging, pointless, soul-draining sex coming:

Forcing women to adhere to the anti-choice attitudes of state legislators forces men to do the same, and will have serious consequences both on men’s lives and lifestyles.


Your sex life is at stake. Can you think of anything that kills the vibe faster than a woman fearing a back-alley abortion? Making abortion essentially inaccessible in Texas will add an anxiety to sex that will drastically undercut its joys. And don’t be surprised if casual sex outside of relationships becomes far more difficult to come by.

Yes, it would be an absolute catastrophe if men and women actually waited until marriage to engage in…………the marital act.  If SB5 helps tone down some of the pathetic, egregious, animalistic rutting that defines modern relationships (and I am being generous, most of these encounters don’t even rise to the level of a friendly chat), as far as I’m concerned, that’s yet another merit in the bill’s favor.  But this is a joke, all the bill does is move the time limit for most abortions from 24 weeks to 20, while also imposing very necessary, very minimal health and safety standards on abortion mills. The lack of which has been a complete travesty – it makes a lie of the very Hippocratic Oath doctors are supposed to honor.  How can you do no harm in a filthy mill like Gosnell’s or Routh St. for that matter, while performing very invasive, often complex surgeries?

But we now have some additional evidence of what those beta-male types that glom onto the pro-abort feminists are really after. As if we didn’t know already.  I mentioned in a previous post about a conversation I had with some college age pro-abort women some time back, and how they were shaken by my calling out the total lack of true masculine concern for women on the part of their lefty pro-abort boyfriends in attendance. The boys were like nervous 8 year olds, looking at the ground and shuffling their feet when I called them to account for their failure to perform their duty as men to protect women and children from harm.  But I don’t think my words had any lasting effect, alas.

And if pro-aborts keep trying to glom onto UT’s burnt orange to bolster their cause, I’m burning all my stuff:


What’s the matter, Cecile?  Bummed because you know your opposition to this law is doomed?

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