New Orleans officials say they won’t investigate abortion cases. AG Jeff Landry is pushing to deny them flood-mitigation funds as a punishment.
Andrew Yang’s new Forward Party has a position on abortion that’s …. forward.
“It’s hard knowing that I’m carrying it to bury it.” — one Louisiana woman on not being able to abort a fetus that can’t survive.
“There’s an agency called Gladney, which is based in Fort Worth. There’s a flat fee to adopt through Gladney. It’s $55,000 to adopt an infant.” — from a Mother Jones article about how adoption pre-Roe was big business, and how state abortion bans will make it profitable again.
“When asked by Fox 2 Detroit anchor Roop Raj whether she’d support a 14-year-old rape victim getting an abortion, nominee Tudor Dixon said had spent time talking with the children of rape victim and believes their birth provides a sense of “healing.” “The bond that those two people made and the fact that out of that tragedy there was healing through that baby, it’s something that we don’t think about,” she said in the interview.” Hmm, could it be we don’t think about it because it’s brutal and cruel.
Small wonder increasing number of woman are opting for tubal ligation.
“White men are passed over for any kind of promotion or even for being hired in the job place,” according to Marjorie Taylor Greene which is why they watch porn and engage in shootings. Unsurprisingly feminism, in her worldview, is part of the oppression. Oh, in case you were wondering, she’s lying about the lousy career prospects for men.
Feminist Women Aren’t Real Women is an old Undead Sexist Cliche, so I’m not surprised by Ted Cruz speculating Elizabeth Warren could be a man. Perhaps Cruz is bugged knowing she’s a woman and she’s tougher than he is.
“in Wisconsin, a woman bled for more than 10 days from an incomplete miscarriage after emergency room staff would not remove the fetal tissue amid a confusing legal landscape that has roiled obstetric care.” — more fallout from the Dobbs decision.
The Justice Department is probing the Southern Baptists’ failure to report abuse.
On the plus side, as schools and conservative parents push to keep kids ignorant about sex, teenage girls are educating themselves. They shouldn’t have to, but I’m impressed.