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A bunch of old white jerks are using God’s name to harass women outside health clinics. Even here in my own city. It sickens me.

Dear Christians who Don’t Get It,

If the lot of you actually believed abortion was murder, I’d have a hell of a lot more respect for you. But you don’t. You believe in punishing the sluts, and/or controlling women. How do I know this? Because you don’t respect life at all. Once the kid is born, you don’t support them at all. You refuse to back anti-poverty bills, you try to shut down welfare programs, you accuse women of “spewing out kids to get more welfare”, you don’t support birth control programs that would actually reduce the number of abortions. That’s not life-affirming. Furthermore, you refuse to admit the truth, that women will get abortions regardless of the laws. They’ll just do them unsafely. And as a result, they’ll die. That’s more death. That’s not pro-life at all. It’s pretty simple: X fetuses < X fetuses + Y women*.

Now, I do understand that there are a few of you out there who are just following the leader and truly believe that fetuses are fully human, and deserve the same rights as any other human. Okay, I get ya. I really do. I’d like the abortion rate to go down to zero too. I like babies. I like humans (usually). I like life. I really am pro-life. I don’t want anyone to die as a result of abortions. No babies, no women. That’d be awesome. I’d also like no poverty, no war, no disease, and a National Bring Me Chocolate Day. It’s not going to happen. So instead, shall we work really hard to prevent abortions by a) preventing unwanted pregnancies, b) supporting pregnant women financially, c) supporting new parents financially, d) making adoption easier and more socially acceptable.

And if you really believe that fetuses should be accorded the same rights as everyone else, why do you actually fight for them to have more rights than their parents? No other group of humans has the right to use the body of their mother (or anyone else) to stay alive. I can’t say, “Oh, I need a kidney, Mom. Hand it over! If you don’t, I’ll die, and that’s murder!” ‘Fraid not. Mom has the right to tell me to sod off. If Mom doesn’t have to make with a kidney for me, someone with the same rights as the fetus, why does the fetus have the right to demand to live on me?

And I understand the need to pray when you see grave injustices. But you know what? There are these lovely places called churches where you can sit in private and pray without it hurting anyone. And if you don’t think that your little vigils aren’t hurting anyone, you’re clearly ignorant assholes. You’re not praying for these women. You’re praying at them. And that’s NOT cool. Also, from the Saviour you claim to follow:

(5)”And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by men. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full. (6)But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you. (7)And when you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words. (8)Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him. - Matthew 6.5-8 NASB

So please, be good Christians and go home. Or go sit in a church and quietly pray. What you’re doing is harmful and sinful. You are being the people that Jesus warned of:

15 “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves.

That’s you. You’re mean, you’re vindictive, and you’re spreading hate in God’s name. That’s a ferocious wolf in sheep’s clothing if I ever saw it.

Love, Luna

* Yes, I know, no abortion is completely safe. However, they’re a hell of a lot safer in a clinical setting than with a coathanger, or some shady herbal remedy.

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