via The Abortioneers:
Abortion is utmost motherhood—a woman transpiring her valued comfort zone to preserve the destiny of her offspring. Abortion is life and death. A code of honor. A sacred rite.
Abortion is love.
This is not mystical. This is not profound. Abortion strips a woman of her motherhood. It end the destiny of the child being aborted. Abortion replaces life with death. Abortion has it’s own code but it’s not one of honor, it’s one of deception.
And to call abortion, the taking of innocent life, the shedding of innocent blood, a "sacred rite" is downright frightening.
A rite is an established, ceremonious, usually religious act or process art. Rites in this sense fall into three major categories:
- rites of passage, generally changing an individual’s social status, such as marriage, baptism, or graduation.
- rites of worship, where a community comes together to worship, such as Jewish synagogue or Mass
- rites of personal devotion, where an individual worships, including prayer and pilgrimages such as the Muslim Hajj.
Is abortion an act of worship? An act of devotion? A passage into womanhood? This is "love"?
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