Another man describes in detail the horror of what he saw and the emptiness he experienced as a result. “I remember the whir of the motor and seeing these tubes that were being filled with red and white and the sound of suction. It all stopped. The room was silent and they said, ‘We’re done.’” The man adds, “It was too easy. It was too quick. I wish that someone had been out in front of that Planned Parenthood … just to offer information and alternatives. I wish that there had been opportunities to know about other choices.” One of the men later explains how the abortions affected him and his partner afterward. “It didn’t just mess me up, it messed her up as well,” he says. “Mentally, emotionally. We both started drinking heavily and using drugs.”
As we have seen so many times in recent years, these types of programs inevitably discriminate against conservative viewpoints. Facebook is highly liberal, and they will be hiring from a California talent pool that is also highly liberal. And liberals invariably consider liberal viewpoints to be more “credible” than conservative viewpoints. The elite have decided that it is way too dangerous to allow “we the people” to control the narratives, because whoever controls the narratives has an enormous amount of power.
This is the far left’s vision for America — tear down tradition and common sense, one political platform, one special right, one eyebrow-raising policy at a time. It’s all in the name of diversity and equality, after all. A couple of transgender high schoolers took first and second place finishes at a recent track event, leaving the girls in the dust and parents to wonder: Is this the new state of athletic competitions in the public school systems? Just last year during the winter indoor season, transgender Terry Miller had raced as a boy.
Dutch politician Geert Wilders Puts the Continent on Notice – If Wilders’ words don’t prove true, it will be because the death of free societies in Britain and Western Europe is truly at hand. “Our governments,” Wilders declared, “sold us out with mass immigration. With Islamization. With open borders. We are almost foreigners in our own lands. And if we complain about it, they call us racists and Islamophobes. But I say, no more! And what do you say? No more! And that’s right: enough is enough. We will not be gagged anymore. No more tyranny.”
On Monday at London Fashion Week, all eyes were on the “pregnant” male models who strutted down the runway in Chinese designer Xander Zhou’s clothing. The male models at Zhou’s show sported prosthetic baby bumps under their looks, though some of their bellies saw the spotlight more than others. Those whose “pregnant” stomachs were covered by shirts, however, clutched their bumps in order to highlight the theme of the show, while another wore a white t-shirt reading, “New World Baby.”
Mahmoud Ishtiwi, a ranking Hamas military commander, was executed in Gaza by three bullets to the chest after he was found guilty of “moral turpitude” — a thinly veiled reference to homosexuality. Ishtiwi’s high position failed to protect him, as he lived among people who consider homosexuality a sin punishable by death — and who act on it. In Arab society, homosexuality is denounced and stigmatized. Homosexuality is illegal under Hamas rule in the Gaza Strip, and dozens of gay Palestinians have fled to Israel out of fear of persecution and harassment. In the West Bank, the laws of the Palestinian Authority also do not protect the rights of gay Palestinians.
The students called the Supreme Court decision “appalling,” and said the baker was obligated to bake the cake for a same-sex wedding regardless of his religious beliefs. “If his job is to bake a cake for a wedding, even if he doesn’t agree with it, he should still have to bake a cake for that wedding,” one student told Campus Reform. But their response was very different when it came to a person of color baking a cake for the KKK: “They shouldn’t, but, like, I guess that, like, contradicts what I just said, so yeah.” The same ambiguity was voiced in regard to a Jewish baker having to provide a cake for Palestinian wedding: ““It gets more complicated, I guess. I’m not sure … I don’t know.”