Pro-Life Movement Led By Smart Articulate Women. Not “Handmaid’s Tale” Patriarchy

Above Featured Image:  Holly Wright of Lifenet speaking at New Life Assembly Church near Atlantic City, NJ last Monday.  She explained how high school students embrace and help her promote purety before marriage and pro-life values when given the chance to learn about them.

Is abortion a women’s rights issue?  The media and those on the left say it is. They say only men are troubled by late term abortions, or using routine abortions as birth control. They say those who want limits on abortions are men who want to control women, like the patriarchal villains in the Handmaid’s Tale TV fiction.

The media, most public schools and colleges, and the Hollywood/Entertainment pop-culture falsely portray the pro-life movement and conservatives in general as being run on a “patriarchy” that depends on dependent, submissive women who serve no purpose but bear children, as those portrayed in the Hulu TV fiction miniseries “Handmaid’s Tale”.

Christine Young, a retired Atlantic City public school teacher and current pastor at the Love Center Church in Atlantic City opened the pro-life event last Monday at the New Life Assembly Church

Ethel Hermenau, a successful local realtor spoke of the psychological damage caused to her and many other women from having an abortion many years ago.  Many women claimed abortions do not at all benefit women.  They say women are often pressured to get abortions by boyfriends seeking to avoid financial responsibility while women suffer emotional scars for a lifetime.

However, most leaders, speakers, and active members of the pro-life, anti-abortion movement are smart, educated, and independent women.  Many have had an abortion in the past, and tell of how they were emotionally scarred by the experience.

If Roe v. Wade is set aside by the Supreme Court, the elected legislators of each state, not nine appointed judges on the Supreme Court, will decide state by state what limits, if any, should be placed on abortions.

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