Ms. Magazine is inviting girls and women who’ve had abortions to submit their names for publication, to sign a pro-abortion petition to the president that the magazine will deliver and – of course – to donate money to the publisher’s pro-abortion advocacy campaign. If that’s not media bias, what is?
The magazine’s promotion celebrates 33 years of abortions since Ms. Magazine first printed a petition in which “53 well-known
Now, they hope to publish a list of thousands of girls and women who proudly stand by their decisions to abortion their unborn children.
Just how many girls and women will join Ms. Magazine’s “coming out” party, and announce to the world they chose convenience over responsibility and death over life, remains to be seen. Especially, since a post-abortion study shows that, eight weeks after an abortion, nearly half complained of nervous disorders, more than a third experienced sleep disturbances, a third regretted their decision and 11 percent admitted that they had been prescribed psychotropic drugs by their family doctor.
So, I guess we’ll see who wants to stand up and be counted as a pawn of this publication’s political agenda…and who thinks a choice and deed this intimate and traumatic should be kept private.