Green-Haired, Morbidly Obese Leftist Women Call for Sex Strike Over Abortion Ruling

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Green-Haired, Morbidly Obese Leftist Women Call for Sex Strike Over Abortion Ruling
Terms that are very acceptable.
By Robert Spencer

It’s an idea as old as Aristophanes’ Lysistrata (that’s a play from the 5th century BC, kids): women who haven’t gotten their way have decided to withhold sex from their men until the frustrated lugs comply with their wishes. In New York City’s Union Square on Saturday, a pro-abortion protester named Caroline Healey declared: “I think it’s absolutely valid for us to be withholding the Holy Grail that men seem to think is important.” Judging from the many videos that have surfaced over the last few days of green-haired, slovenly dressed, morbidly obese, body-painted pro-abortion protesters, there is only one response: Your terms are acceptable.

Nevertheless, Caroline Healey’s words were eye-catching: she and her pro-abortion allies don’t seem to realize that all too many men whom they count among their ranks are not there because they are sensitive feminists who are attuned to female suffering. On the contrary, many men stand with the pro-abortion crowd precisely because the easy availability of abortion enables them to behave cavalierly in regard to that “Holy Grail that men seem to think is important” and to move from woman to woman without any compulsion to consider a life of commitment and responsibility. If Healey and her ilk want men to think about them as anything other than utterly disposable sex objects, the answer is not a sex strike, but a return to traditional ideas of marriage and family.

American culture has moved so far from those ideas, however, that they don’t even occur to these modern-day Lysistratas. Another protester, Brianna Campbell, said: “If you’re a man who won’t get a vasectomy, even though it’s reversible, and you’re not out in the streets fighting for my rights, you do not deserve to have sex with me.” Healey added: “Why shouldn’t we withhold it if we’re always worried that they’re not going put a condom on, that they’re going take one off after we ask them to? If we can’t safely go out and have sex and know that we will have a choice after that, then why should we be expected to?”

Why indeed? But moral issues aside, these protesters’ worries were still misplaced. They were, after all, standing in New York City. The likelihood that the Big Apple is going to outlaw abortion is roughly akin to the probability that Donald Trump will become its next mayor. Before Dobbs v. Jackson and after it, it’s just as easy for women in The City That Never Sleeps to get an abortion as it has been for decades.

These women are selfless and heroic, however, not to mention stunning and brave, and so their concern is for their sisters who are trapped in pro-life chambers of horror. Another protester declared: “I cannot sit here and imagine what my sisters in red states are going to do if they’re getting pregnant by rape and need to not just carry the tragedy of the worst thing that has happened to them, but also carry them in the body for nine months. If this world thinks that they can oppress women forever, then we close our legs.”

Resorting to murder to assuage the trauma of rape is an odd palliative, but in any case, such cases are extremely rare, accounting for less than one percent of all abortions. Fully 86% of abortions occur because a woman reckons that a child would interfere with her education or career, thinks she is not mature enough to raise a child, doesn’t want to be a single mother, is finished with having children, doesn’t think she can afford a baby, or believes she is not ready to have a child. This is what the pro-abortion forces are fighting for: the “right” to murder a child for any reason whatsoever.

And so one Twitter user posted a graphic that said: “Women of America: Take the pledge. Because SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade, we cannot take the risk of an unintended pregnancy, therefore, we will not have sex with any man — including our husbands — unless we are trying to become pregnant.” In response, another Twitter user wrote: “Finally, you figured out how not to get pregnant, that wasn’t that hard was it?” Ouch! Another woman wrote in an all-caps rage: “Women have the power here. No more sex until abortion rights are federal law.”

Women of the Left, once again: your terms are more than generous and gratefully accepted.

Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch and a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center.

https://www.raptureforums.com/polit...men-call-for-sex-strike-over-abortion-ruling/
 

GotGrace

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Green-Haired, Morbidly Obese Leftist Women Call for Sex Strike Over Abortion Ruling
Terms that are very acceptable.
By Robert Spencer

It’s an idea as old as Aristophanes’ Lysistrata (that’s a play from the 5th century BC, kids): women who haven’t gotten their way have decided to withhold sex from their men until the frustrated lugs comply with their wishes. In New York City’s Union Square on Saturday, a pro-abortion protester named Caroline Healey declared: “I think it’s absolutely valid for us to be withholding the Holy Grail that men seem to think is important.” Judging from the many videos that have surfaced over the last few days of green-haired, slovenly dressed, morbidly obese, body-painted pro-abortion protesters, there is only one response: Your terms are acceptable.

Nevertheless, Caroline Healey’s words were eye-catching: she and her pro-abortion allies don’t seem to realize that all too many men whom they count among their ranks are not there because they are sensitive feminists who are attuned to female suffering. On the contrary, many men stand with the pro-abortion crowd precisely because the easy availability of abortion enables them to behave cavalierly in regard to that “Holy Grail that men seem to think is important” and to move from woman to woman without any compulsion to consider a life of commitment and responsibility. If Healey and her ilk want men to think about them as anything other than utterly disposable sex objects, the answer is not a sex strike, but a return to traditional ideas of marriage and family.

American culture has moved so far from those ideas, however, that they don’t even occur to these modern-day Lysistratas. Another protester, Brianna Campbell, said: “If you’re a man who won’t get a vasectomy, even though it’s reversible, and you’re not out in the streets fighting for my rights, you do not deserve to have sex with me.” Healey added: “Why shouldn’t we withhold it if we’re always worried that they’re not going put a condom on, that they’re going take one off after we ask them to? If we can’t safely go out and have sex and know that we will have a choice after that, then why should we be expected to?”

Why indeed? But moral issues aside, these protesters’ worries were still misplaced. They were, after all, standing in New York City. The likelihood that the Big Apple is going to outlaw abortion is roughly akin to the probability that Donald Trump will become its next mayor. Before Dobbs v. Jackson and after it, it’s just as easy for women in The City That Never Sleeps to get an abortion as it has been for decades.

These women are selfless and heroic, however, not to mention stunning and brave, and so their concern is for their sisters who are trapped in pro-life chambers of horror. Another protester declared: “I cannot sit here and imagine what my sisters in red states are going to do if they’re getting pregnant by rape and need to not just carry the tragedy of the worst thing that has happened to them, but also carry them in the body for nine months. If this world thinks that they can oppress women forever, then we close our legs.”

Resorting to murder to assuage the trauma of rape is an odd palliative, but in any case, such cases are extremely rare, accounting for less than one percent of all abortions. Fully 86% of abortions occur because a woman reckons that a child would interfere with her education or career, thinks she is not mature enough to raise a child, doesn’t want to be a single mother, is finished with having children, doesn’t think she can afford a baby, or believes she is not ready to have a child. This is what the pro-abortion forces are fighting for: the “right” to murder a child for any reason whatsoever.

And so one Twitter user posted a graphic that said: “Women of America: Take the pledge. Because SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade, we cannot take the risk of an unintended pregnancy, therefore, we will not have sex with any man — including our husbands — unless we are trying to become pregnant.” In response, another Twitter user wrote: “Finally, you figured out how not to get pregnant, that wasn’t that hard was it?” Ouch! Another woman wrote in an all-caps rage: “Women have the power here. No more sex until abortion rights are federal law.”

Women of the Left, once again: your terms are more than generous and gratefully accepted.

Robert Spencer is the director of Jihad Watch and a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center.

https://www.raptureforums.com/polit...men-call-for-sex-strike-over-abortion-ruling/
The country is in such a mess. I read an article that vasectomies have greatly increased and that hookups are out. I’m was amazed to learn that hookups were a pretty ordinary thing. I guess disease isn’t given a second thought. WOW.
 

Dave

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In my age group and younger, people do not want to get married. They think STDs can't happen to them because they are special for some reason. When we were having Covid lockdowns in my area, my job was deemed essential so we stayed open and was able to continue to work. We had people in their 30s and younger start throwing fits because they wanted to be locked down so they can be off work. Those of us with a brain tried to explain to them that the bills will not stop coming, you just will not be able to earn money to pay your bills. They did not want to hear it. It was I want, I want, I want, I want and how dare you tell me different. To me each generation seems to grow worse and worse. Common sense goes out the window.

There was one guy in his early twenties that already had 8 kids with different women. Two of them were actually fighting over this guy.
 

Dave

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I agree with that but there are always a remnant of solid individuals in each generation, at least that's what I think.

I agree but what I mean is that we are getting closer and closer to Tribulation. More and more people are turning from God and rebelling. I feel we are in that Falling Away period that Paul talked about. There will always be a good group of people that will stand out. I remember when I first started working at my current job when I was in my 20s, I remember people in their 50s giving me lip for being a virgin and saving myself. I guess I miss spoke in my other post. There are quite abit of wickedness in every generation.
 

Tall Timbers

Imperfect but forgiven
I agree but what I mean is that we are getting closer and closer to Tribulation. More and more people are turning from God and rebelling. I feel we are in that Falling Away period that Paul talked about. There will always be a good group of people that will stand out. I remember when I first started working at my current job when I was in my 20s, I remember people in their 50s giving me lip for being a virgin and saving myself. I guess I miss spoke in my other post. There are quite abit of wickedness in every generation.

While my kids were growing up I worked with youth in various capacities. Aside from the main pool of kids, there were always some who stood out and in some cases impressed me immensely. Older generations have always complained about the idiot generations that came after them. Each generation is apparently the last generation that has their act together (in their own eyes).

I don't think you misspoke previously. Each generation, broadly speaking, has become more worldly, more dependent, more easily duped, etc... and that's around the world, not just in the USA. The changes in Central and South American culture over just the last few decades have been massive.

You're an example of quality from your generation.
 

NewWine2020

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I agree but what I mean is that we are getting closer and closer to Tribulation. More and more people are turning from God and rebelling. I feel we are in that Falling Away period that Paul talked about. There will always be a good group of people that will stand out. I remember when I first started working at my current job when I was in my 20s, I remember people in their 50s giving me lip for being a virgin and saving myself. I guess I miss spoke in my other post. There are quite abit of wickedness in every generation.

Those folks in their 50's were probably former tree hugger, drugged out members of the "free love" generation in the 1960's and 1970's.

I'm 52 now and looking back over all the dumb 1980's teen comedy's that my generation grew up watching it's so telling and prominent how much Hollywood pushed the narrative that a boy's primary mission and drive in life was to "have sex, lose that V-card!"

It IS getting progressively worse. I think that social media is a primary driver of this.
 

NewWine2020

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The country is in such a mess. I read an article that vasectomies have greatly increased and that hookups are out. I’m was amazed to learn that hookups were a pretty ordinary thing. I guess disease isn’t given a second thought. WOW.

Not that I'm condoning it but I think these people are hilarious thinking they will be able to successfully fight against their nature; the women today have been indoctrinated to be just as amoral as the men. Their "boycott" will not last, trust me.

And yeah, I remember hookup culture starting (for me and my friends) in the 1990's. To a very large extent whether it's acceptable or still seen as shameful is dependent upon the crowd you run with. Bad company corrupts good morals.
 

alisani

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You're an example of quality from your generation.
I agree completely. May God bless the many of this forum who provide prayer, comfort and hope by their witness. @Tall Timbers you are also another sir. I look forward to long porch sits with you and my father. God bless this forum and its people, which help me keep doing the one day at a time with some semblance of sanity.
 

Spartan Sprinter 1

Formerly known as Shaun
The country is in such a mess. I read an article that vasectomies have greatly increased and that hookups are out. I’m was amazed to learn that hookups were a pretty ordinary thing. I guess disease isn’t given a second thought. WOW.
I thought hookups were always a thing since the 60's - present pretty much ?

The only thing is , it's become worse in these times due to dating apps like Tinder etc
 

TimeWarpWife

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I thought hookups were always a thing since the 60's - present pretty much ?

The only thing is , it's become worse in these times due to dating apps like Tinder etc
Back in the 60s and 70s it was called "a one night stand" for one "hookup" or "shacking up" if you were living together but not married. It seems to me that the acceptance of immorality in all its forms seemed to pick up speed in the 1960s and is presently proceeding at warp speed. DH and I were watching the series Jail: Las Vegas and this homosexual guy told one of the guards that he was afraid of being raped and getting pregnant while being there in jail. :doh I can assure him the latter will never, ever happen to him.
 

JSTyler

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Green-Haired, Morbidly Obese Leftist Women Call for Sex Strike​

"No problem!" replies every man, everywhere, without hesitation.

This reduces the number of potential pregnancies amongst the Baphomet worshiping, baby killers. Also, this will save the lives of men that might otherwise be asphyxiated whilst conjugating like animals.

Or, simply put... "¡Qué asco!...no hay problema chica!"
 

NewWine2020

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No. It's called Netflix and chill, these hookups. Source: I have kids in college lol
Back in my youth, this would have been called a "totally lazy, cheap and uninspired date."

Part of the problem is that young women today no longer know their worth.

Now couple this with the indisputable fact the vast bulk of the 18 and 19 yr old "men" have been regularly poisoning their brains (and perception of the sex act and women in particular) with pornography.

My niece told my wife and I she didn't want to date because "all the guys in her school are total porn addicts." But...this is the pool of available dudes.
 

Dave

Well-Known Member
Those folks in their 50's were probably former tree hugger, drugged out members of the "free love" generation in the 1960's and 1970's.

I'm 52 now and looking back over all the dumb 1980's teen comedy's that my generation grew up watching it's so telling and prominent how much Hollywood pushed the narrative that a boy's primary mission and drive in life was to "have sex, lose that V-card!"

It IS getting progressively worse. I think that social media is a primary driver of this.
I have a hard time seeing them as tree huggers lol. One was a Church Goer and he came across as very worldly to me.

I agree with you on the Hollywood part.
 

JoyJoyJoy

I Shall Not Be Moved
I think it's hilarious to hear *No Thank You* to these beastly looking women.

I was watching a TV show some years ago...maybe a Law &Order....when I first learned of hook ups.

One night stands were mostly lounge lizards, right??

Nowadays people can find 'partners' on phone apps and meet up for an hour and then never see each other again or even learn their true names.

I think the sex addiction is just another way of lost humanity trying to find fulfillment in things of the world instead of turning to Jesus. I have had several addictions that I have overcome WITH the help of Jesus and the Holy Spirit. I feel like looking down my nose at sexual promiscuity but my sins were just as ugly.
 
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