IF YOU ARE A WOMAN, OR A MAN THAT LOVES A WOMAN, YOU NEED TO READ THIS!!!
Whether you are Pro-Life or Pro-Choice, keep reading…
Currently, there are bills going through different state legislatures putting added rules and regulations on abortions, even though Roe vs. Wade is legal in the United States. These bills include:
- The use of trans-vaginal ultrasounds without consent.
- Detail descriptions of the fetus/embryo including size, any internal organs, sex, any limbs, etc.
- Some make no exception for cases of rape or incest, miscarriage, or ectopic pregnancies.
- If a doctor refuses to do the ultrasound or give the description, they face a fine and possible prison time.
- The bill in Kansas exempts doctors from malpractice suits if they withhold medical information from a woman if they think she will use that information to obtain an abortion.
- Alabama’s bill allows the father and grandparent’s to sue the doctor if the ultrasound and description is not given. This means a rapist and his parents could sue a women’s doctor for criminal negligence.
Trans-vaginal ultrasound involves insertion of a 10 inch probe into the vagina. Without consent, this is rape according the FBI’s definition, and state mandated rape. Here is the definition taken from the FBI’s website:
“The penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim” (Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2012).
These bills state that personhood begins at conception and that a fertilized egg has all the rights of a human being outside of the womb. So, according to the personhood bill I should be able to claim my unborn child on my taxes?…
These bills could affect the following:
- Invitro Fertilization
- Certain types of birth control that prevent implantation of a fertilized egg
- Stillborn births
All of the above situations could lead to prosecution for murder! I will give you my past situation as an example:
Most of my followers do not know that I have had a miscarriage. I could not get in to see my doctor until I was 12 weeks pregnant. So, I continued taking my vitamins and staying healthy until my appointment. During my physical exam, my doctor found small traces of blood. I was then sent to Ultrasound immediately. My ultrasound results showed that I had lost my pregnancy at 9 weeks. There was a chromosomal issue that caused the baby to have a hard time forming a heartbeat.
If my story happened after the Personhood Bill was passed, I would be tried for murder. I would have to prove that I did not do anything to endanger the health of myself or my pregnancy. Basically, I would have to prove that I did not have an abortion or try to abort my pregnancy.
If my story happened after the Ultrasound Bills were passed, I would have been forced to listen to a detailed description of what the fetus looked like, if there were any limbs or organs, what sex it was or would be, how large it was, etc.
I don’t know about you but, that sounds like an invasion of my privacy for one! And two, losing a child is stressful enough, parents who have lost do not need added stress and forced physical descriptions of their dead child.
As stated above, this also applies to Invitro Fertilization that does not take, Stillborn Births, and birth control that prevent implantation. All of these scenarios, will have to prove that they did not murder their child!
THE RELIGIOUS ISSUE:
According to Rick Santorum, birth control is “not okay”. It has opened up liberties in the sexual realm that should not be taking place. Sex should be reserved for marriage and only for pro-creation (making babies). Birth control is a choice according to Santorum and he does not want it covered by insurance. He refuses to address issues like the woman above, that use birth control for medical reasons and not only prevention of pregnancy.
Birth control is NOT a choice. It is the same as any other medication used for MEDICAL purposes.
If you use birth control for any other reasons than preventing pregnancy (ovarian cysts, painful menstruation, hormonal imbalance, menopause, endometriosis, acne, lack of menstruation, regulation of periods, prevention of anemia that may cause cancers, etc) then this affects you!
Personally, I am in the same boat as the woman in the picture. I was diagnosed with Poly-Cystic Ovarian Syndrome when I was 13 years old. This is the reason I was put on birth control, in addition to the benefits of clearing my skin because I had hormonal acne. Without birth control, my cycles are irregular, there is a chance of cysts bursting, and could cause internal bleeding. Also, cysts bursting could cause infertility, the loss of an ovary, and emergency surgery.
If you ask me, this is NOT a religious issue. Religion and politics need to stay OUT OF MY UTERUS! This has gone too far and I am fed up!
I will not allow myself, my nieces, my sister, my future daughters, or future grand-daughters to have to endure such cruel and invasive punishment simply by cause of gender! I am fighting for your rights and my own.
The National March Against the War on Women is April 28th in Washington D.C. and every state capital. For more information check out their Facebook page and join your State’s group (link listed below).
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