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  • Men Cause 100% of Unwanted Pregnancies

    11/23/2018 7:47:31 PM PST · by SMGFan · 49 replies
    medium ^ | September 24, 2018 | Gabrielle Blair
    A s a mother of six and a Mormon, I have a good understanding of arguments surrounding abortion, religious and otherwise. When I hear men discussing women’s reproductive rights, I’m often left with the thought that they have zero interest in stopping abortion. If you want to prevent abortion, you need to prevent unwanted pregnancies. Men seem unable (or unwilling) to admit that they cause 100% of them. I realize that’s a bold statement. You’re likely thinking, “Wait. It takes two to tango!” While I fully agree with you in the case of intentional pregnancies, I argue that all unwanted...
  • Study Reports 'Nearly One in Five Young Women Have Experienced Forced Intercourse'--Is It Accurate?

    09/24/2008 11:40:17 AM PDT · by PercivalWalks · 20 replies · 616+ views
    www.glennsacks.com ^ | 09/24/08 | Glenn Sacks
    Feminists have a bad habit of conflating voluntary sexual relations with rape, and here we go again. The Family Violence Prevention Fund's new youth rape study claims that "Nearly One in Five Young Women Have Experienced Forced Intercourse." Sounds terrible, right? Except that much of what they call "forced intercourse" (i.e. rape) is not forced. According to Child Trends, who conducted the study for the FVPF, the "Types of Force Used" include: 1) "verbal pressure" 2) "being given alcohol or drugs" 3) "being told the relationship would end as a means of forcing intercourse." I certainly don't believe that verbally...
  • Feminist decries war on women

    04/25/2005 4:33:15 PM PDT · by Lorianne · 46 replies · 1,139+ views
    The Stanford Daily ^ | 15 April 2005 | Ronald Chan
    Incidents similar to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are occurring every day in the United States and around the world, but few people are doing anything about it. This was the overarching message presented by leading feminist Catharine MacKinnon during a provocative lecture yesterday that underscored the parallels between the ongoing war on terror and what she sees as a war on women. “A kind of war is being fought, but there is no name for this war in which men are the aggressors and women the victims,” she said. MacKinnon, a professor at the University of Michigan Law School,...