State legislators should protect
 women’s reproductive freedom

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Any man who has sex with a woman and does not open himself up to the possibility of life and all the responsibilities that come with it turns that woman into an object of pleasure and is not a real man in my book.  An old man who uses shiny words like “women’s reproductive health” to justify this behavior is creepy and lecherous sounding.
An ultrasound is invasive? Bill have you ever had a pap smear, a mammogram, given birth to a child in a teaching hospital with all your private parts visible to students and doctors?  The ultrasound is an awesome procedure - geez, you don’t even have to take off all of your clothes for that one. And even at 10 weeks, it’s amazing how beautiful that baby is.  Birth control pills and other forms of contraception that fill your body with artificial hormones and stop your natural cycles are invasive. Having an abortion is invasive to the life it is ending whether it’s at 13 weeks of later term where they actually partially deliver the baby and then cut its head in two - that’s pretty damn invasive.  What the hell do you know about women’s reproductive health - were you once a woman?
Hey, how about starring as Kermit Gosnell in the serial killer film?
If anyone is interested in seeing the Gosnell horror story made into a film, you can contribute at https://www.indiegogo.com
/projects/gosnell-movie because the world needs to know how far we have moved beyond coathanger abortions, right?



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