Fri Feb 17, 2012, 05:48 AM
polly7 (11,541 posts)
Why Patriarchal Men Are Utterly Petrified of Birth Control -- And Why We'll Still Be Fighting About
If this has already been posted here and I missed it, my apologies. It's quite a long, but interesting article, imo.
AlterNet / By Sara Robinson
February 15, 2012
Why Patriarchal Men Are Utterly Petrified of Birth Control -- And Why We'll Still Be Fighting About it 100 Years From Now
Conservative bishops and Congressmen are fighting a rear-guard action against one of the most revolutionary changes in human history.
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Why Patriarchal Men Are Utterly Petrified of Birth Control -- And Why We'll Still Be Fighting About (Original post)
Response to polly7 (Original post)
Fri Feb 17, 2012, 07:12 AM
OKNancy (33,251 posts)
2. My state just passed a personhood bill
nothing about life of the mother, rape and incest attached.
I assume that any hormonal birth control would be outlawed.
Of course it goes without saying no abortions.... in a state that is near the top in unwed pregnancies.
You know, I have an ex-friend who is a right-winger. She had an abortion in her mid-40's. Felt she didn't want any more children.
I wonder now what she feels about all this. I bet she thinks the bill is fine... they are such hypocrites.
I do have hope though. I bet the courts strike it down like they did the asinine Sharia law bill.
Response to OKNancy (Reply #2)
Sat Feb 18, 2012, 07:20 AM
MH1 (13,630 posts)
5. Funny you should mention Sharia.
Does anyone else find it disturbingly bizarre that while they attack "Sharia law", they are also working so hard to move this country in the direction of what Sharia law would mean to women?
Response to MH1 (Reply #5)
Sat Feb 18, 2012, 11:26 AM
niyad (30,929 posts)
7. yes, quite a few of us do--I have been pointing out for many years that the only real difference
between the fundamentalists of islam and the fundamentalists of christianity is location