Basically everyone to the Texas Senate rn
Not a soldier? No opinion on wars. Never been the president? You can’t critisize him. Think that the government spends too much money? You’re not in congress so you can’t talk. You think that gay marriage should be legal? Shut up you’re not gay. You think slavery was bad? You don’t know you were never a slave.
None of what I said there makes sense right? That’s because everyone can have an opinion on whatever they want. The female reproductive system doesn’t grant special powers on issues of life and death.
Also the gif is so out of context.
She’s saying “no uterus no opinion” because she experienced painful contractions and the doctor and Ross both said they are usually pain free and no big deal.
It’s nothing ti do with politics. It’s more comparable to “no testicles, no opinion” if a girl said to a guy that being kicked in the nuts can’t be thaaat bad.
Wherad abortion isn’t about your uterus, it’s about the foetus inside and as a former foetus I think we all have a right to talk about it.
Please stop using that gif you’re really ruining everything
Apparently the family who started Holy Heroes lived next door to a family that wasn’t very religious. One day one of their daughters was playing in a wading pool with the neighbor’s girl her age and asked, “Do you want to go to heaven?”
"You have to love Jesus to go to heaven. Do you love Jesus?"
So the little girl took some water and poured it over her friend’s head, saying “I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”
That evening the family were sitting around the dinner table talking about their day and they asked their daughter what she did.
"Oh, I baptized Catherine today."
The dad drove down to the local parish and told them that he had to register a baptism. Taking the paperwork he went to the neighbor’s house and knocked on the door, and the mom answered. He told her that his daughter had baptized hers. The mom called up the stairs to her daughter,
"Catherine? Did you get baptized?"
Then the dad explained that now Catherine was a Catholic.
"Catherine? Do you want to be a Catholic?"
Then he went on to say that, since Catherine was now a Catholic, he would like to take her with his family to Mass every Sunday.
"Catherine? Do you want to go to church every Sunday?"
Two years later the entire family was Catholic.
It’s barely the first week of class, they’re at it ALREADY.
NOTE: I’m going to make it my mission to destroy every single one of these that I see for the rest of the semester.
Pro-abort compassion for pregnant women at its finest.
Destroying cards that offer help to people who may be in a crisis in their life. Yea, that’s REAL smart, OP.
Freedom of speech encourages more ideas and possibilities being brought to the table. What you are doing is trying to silence those who disagree with you and, in this case, only want to add another option to women in need and help. That’s called Communism.
"I’m pro-woman! I make sure they don’t hear about those pesky pregnancy centers and adoption agencies!"