Why do men have a say in what happens to a woman’s body?

I want you to imagine a world where men’s bodies are constantly being voted on by women, on what happens to their bodies and what they are aloud to do with their bodies. Lets say that men are forced to have their genitals removed at birth and it’s up to a voting system, where women get to choose what happens. Should they keep there genitals or should they be removed? It would stop allot of sexism and control population. So what’s not to like?

This situation should make you feel less-human and more like an object. This is the situation that women are forced into. Our bodies, OURS, are being voted on by men, who will never ever know what it’s like to be pregnant.

Alabama’s abortion law forces raped women to give birth and who passed this law? It was up to 28 people, 25 men and 3 women. Of course the women were against this new law, but the 25 men voted that women should be forced to term babies made from rape. Men will never know the fear or the struggles of pregnancy, so here is where I say that men should not have the right to vote on what happens to us as women, as we are not objects. They can have their opinions, but they should have no right to vote on it. This should be a voting matter kept between women and only women.

We are humans and we have hopes, dreams, and we were not put on this Earth to birth the seeds of evil or the seed of man. We are more than that and if we don’t ever want kids, then so shall it be. We are here to rise up and we will not take this quietly!

To the women who are strong enough, brave enough and able to put there babies up for adoption, then bless you, as you have an inner strength that I and many other women do not have.

But to those you heartless fools who ask, “Why not simply put them up for adoption? Don’t you think, even if the chance is small, that these babies could become someone great, that they deserve a chance?”

No. And here is why. Every single time I was asked this it was by a male and more than likely, if a women were to say this, they were brain washed religiously. So please, I urge all of you to go and read my post “What the bible really says about abortion” and hopefully, you will be a little more open minded.

First of all, lets go over the permanent physical changes women go threw after giving birth. Permanent, meaning forever. When a women DECIDES to have a baby, they are ready to sacrifice their bodies. After having a baby, our feet will become much bigger, along with our hands and noses. Our breasts will become more wrinkled and misshapen, even if we don’t breast feed. And our butts will look like hail-damage. Then there’s faster aging, grey hair, and possible hair loss. A constant reminder of the rape and forced baby.

Second of all, the trauma. If being forced into physical changes isn’t enough, lets go over the life changing trauma.

Everyday these women will look in the mirror and they will be reminded of the rape baby they were forced to birth, as if they were breeding cows owned by a company, or in this case, women owned by an uncaring government.

Everyday, little by little, a piece of sanity is taken away from these women. The fear of not knowing if that baby grew up okay or if it became a criminal and is rotting away in jail. The guilt of giving them up. And so much more.

How could this world be so heartless and uncaring to women? Without us, there would be no continuation of man, so to think that these men would show a little more respect. but no. Instead, they belittle us, control us and decide what OUR bodies can and cannot do. Way to fail, America, way to fail.

What the bible really says about abortion

This is gonna really piss a lot of people off, but because of freedom of speech, I’m gonna say it any way.

The bible isn’t against abortion nor is it pro life. In all honesty, how people started turning their own opinion of abortion into a religious matter is beyond me. Don’t worry, I’ll be posting facts here shortly, but I have some ranting to do first.

First of all, just because I’m making it known that the bible has never mentioned abortion, doesn’t mean I’m Pro-Abortion or Pro-Life. That fact about me is none of your business.

Now keep in mind that I am no atheist and have sat in the front row of my church since the day I was born and a strong believer in God. I also believe that most people forced to sit threw church services long enough will believe anything their priest or pastor tells them, and will literally become brain washed. Most people who fallow religions, such as the Catholic and Christian religion, were constantly mislead to believe that abortion is a sin. Not just a sin, but murder.

The people set-in-their ways have already, more than likely, stopped reading this, which is fine. I don’t really care. I’m just here to assist those with the life long question….

“What does the bible say about abortion?” And here is the answer…..

Nothing. It never mentions or comes close to the topic of abortion.

I will now go over popular passages in the bible that religious “Pro Life” fallowers misuse all the time.

Though shalt not kill (Ex. 20:13)

Yep. Murder is wrong. Killing a living person is a sin, however, what does the bible say about who is a living person? The answer should be obvious but for some reason, it is over looked by many, even though it was said several times in the bible, even in Genesis.

According to the bible, life begins at birth, when a baby draws its first breath, and babies don’t breath in the womb. The bible defines life as “breath” in several significant passages, including the story of Adam’s creation in Genesis 2:7, when God “breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” Jewish law traditionally considers that personhood begins at birth, and Jesus is a Jew, so…. Christians, Catholics, suck it up. I know its hard to read, but there it is.

In fact, I’ve even learned that the bible is very much “Anti-Life” and here are a few examples.

“Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones.”
–Psalm 137:9

The bible is not pro-child. Why did God set a bear upon 42 children just for teasing a prophet (2 Kings 2:23-24)? Far from demonstrating a “pro-life” attitude, the bible decimates innocent babies and pregnant women in passage after gory passage, starting with the flood and the wanton destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, progressing to the murder of the firstborn child of every household in Egypt (Ex. 12:29), and the New Testament threats of annihilation.

  • Numbers 31:17 Now therefore kill every male among the little ones.
  • Deuteronomy 2:34 utterly destroyed the men and the women and the little ones.
  • Deuteronomy 28:53 And thou shalt eat the fruit of thine own body, the flesh of thy sons and of thy daughters.
  • I Samuel 15:3 slay both man and woman, infant and suckling.
  • 2 Kings 8:12 dash their children, and rip up their women with child.
  • 2 Kings 15:16 all the women therein that were with child he ripped up.
  • Isaiah 13:16 Their children also shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes; their houses shall be spoiled and their wives ravished.
  • Isaiah 13:18 They shall have no pity on the fruit of the womb; their eyes shall not spare children.
  • Lamentations 2:20 Shall the women eat their fruit, and children.
  • Ezekiel 9:6 Slay utterly old and young, both maids and little children.
  • Hosea 9:14 give them a miscarrying womb and dry breasts.
  • Hosea 13:16 their infants shall be dashed in pieces, and their women with child shall be ripped up.

Then there are the dire warnings of Jesus in the New Testament:

“For, behold, the days are coming, in which they shall say, Blessed are the barren, and the womb that never bare, and the paps which never gave suck.”–Luke 23:29

Yep. Your opinion on abortion isn’t a religious one but just an opinion, which is ok. Everyone should have there own right to believe whatever they want, and no matter what, by the end of the day, you will be my equal.

Thanos Syndrome

In the newest Avengers Movie: End Game, the world is devastated at the loss of their friends, family and loved ones. This part of the movie was hard to watch because I can’t imagine a world without the people I currently have in my life, even if, at times, they get on my nerves. However, I can’t help but feel like population really is becoming an issue. So maybe, just maybe, Thanos is onto something.

No, I don’t think killing half of the world’s population was the way to go, but I do feel like there should be some type of control over population moving forward. No, not with forced abortion or murder, but simply by giving women a type of birth control after havingĀ  two children, with the acceptations of twins, triplets and ect, on the second pregnancy.

I brought this subject up to my best friend, a cute Latina girl with 12 siblings, and she automatically took offense.

She said, “Are you saying that my family is a mistake? That they don’t belong here? That I don’t belong here?”

This statement shocked me. I of course don’t think anyone is a mistake, that everyone is here for a reason and I certainly didn’t accuse her family of being the sole reason of Earth’s population issue. Everyone, in a way, is to blame, even my family. I have six siblings and I love them all, but with over four billion births per year around the world, over population is inevitable.

I said no, they aren’t mistakes and that I love her family, but continued with saying how China was forced into population control laws because of this very reason, not because they wanted to, but had to.

She was furious, taking this as a “Yes, they are”, when I clearly stated that no, they are not. I don’t believe anyone who exists is a mistake and that everyone has a purpose here, but I also believe in controlled environments.

She’s also a hardcore catholic and I learned that hardcore practicing Catholics don’t religiously believe in using methods to prevent pregnancy; no condoms, no birth control, nothing. This was news to me, but she still had no reason to be upset with me. It’s not like I can do anything about the whole world being over populated. I was simply stating that it was becoming an issue and we will eventually be facing the same laws as in china or maybe differently, but something will eventually have to be done.

I am now realizing that even though I’m in Texas, we still get snow flakes. In other words, easily offended people who can turn the tables on you so fast, you won’t even see what hit ya.

How a trivial matter of politics nearly ended my relationship with my best friend

Politics is a touchy subject. It’s almost impossible to discuss Politics, even among friends and family, without it turning into something bad. People simply don’t like having their beliefs challenged or questioned in any way. It is also so, that anyone who believes differently is wrong and prosecuted as a bad person for not believing the same things. It’s sad when someone is judged based on their political party, who they voted for or their opinions on common matters. I for one like to discuss politics, but can’t find anyone to discuss it with without it turning into a witch hunt. Yesterday, I had someone I care for tell me that she feels very sad for me because I don’t support the fact that raped women in Alabama should be forced to carry their rapist babies to term. She was also “Sad for me” when I said that if I was forced to carry a rapists baby, I wouldn’t be able to go on living and I wouldn’t be able to love a baby created by a person who ruined my life.

She then tried changing my mind by trying to shame me. I don’t think her beliefs are wrong, just different from mine, and i dont think thats a bad thing, but to her, it is. I love america because its a place where people of different races and religions can live together, but now I see that it is not in peace.

To most people, discussing politics is fine, as long as the other person agrees with everything you believe in. I wish people could discuss politics politely without it turning into something ugly. I felt forced to defend myself against someone I otherwise trust, but suddenly felt vulnerable toward. My husbands best friend was also there, and his best friend has a huge crush on my best friend to a point where he would change religions for her, so he quickly took her side and they tag teamed against me. They wanted to change my mind.

The girl went on having a literal panic attack on the subject. When she was in high school, a boy touched her, over the clothes. She now suffers panic attacks when the subject arises or when she is reminded of it. I relate because I was gang raped and it was awful. I didn’t know if I would leave alive but I did. I know how she feels being treated that way, but I know for a fact, that after seeing this panic attack on a trivial matter, that if she was raped and forced to carry a rapists baby, that she would either kill herself or become a mental patient. So the fact that she attacked me for believing that women shouldn’t be forced to carry a rapists baby bewildered me. She turned me into a bad guy and I feel that she doesn’t see me as the same person she once knew.

My husbands best friend blames me for her panic attack and now it’s awkward between the three of us.

He said, “The lesson here is not to talk about politics.” But that wasn’t the lesson at all.

The lesson is that they are not yet adult enough and that I possibly need more mature friends who won’t label me as a horrible person for simply believing differently than they do. I love both of them so yes, I will continue staying with them because I won’t let this petty squabble define our future, but I have learned a lesson to also keep adult conversation to open minded, mature adults only.

I don’t regret making my point of view made, even if it’s unpopular. If anything, they should feel bad for wrongfully attacking me and trying to force their beliefs on me and trying to shame me for a different opinion. I’ll let it go and move on, but this is a learning experience that I don’t regret, but am still disappointed on the results of. We are all still best friends but somehow, it’s going to be different moving forward.