5 Reasons Why Planned Parenthood Is Fake Feminism

Townhall | 8/21/2019 | Staff
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Ok. I realize that listing only five points eliminates thousands of other really good reasons, they serve as powerful reminders. Planned Parenthood, contrary to their victimhood tweets, opted out of #TitleX funding because abortion is more important to them than their “family planning” patients. Planned Parenthood President, Alexis McGill Johnson, confirmed with CBS (prior to the defunding) that she voted along with the organization’s board to “ensure that abortion was one of our core services that every center affiliated with Planned Parenthood would provide.” CBS then asked, regarding Title-X funding: “Is there a scenario where you would discontinue abortion services in order to make everything else you do easier, better funded, and just easier for your patients?” McGill Johnson answered: “Absolutely not.”

Parenthood - Embodiment - Feminism - Term - Others

Planned Parenthood is the embodiment of fake feminism, a term (like many others) they’ve decided to reinvent. The dictionary defines it as “the theory of the political, economic, and social equality of the sexes [of which there are only two]” and “organized activity on behalf of women's rights and interests.”

Planned Parenthood does not fight for women’s rights, but their own right to harm and kill females in and out of the womb.

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So, let’s run down this short, but significant, list.

1. Planned Parenthood believes that killing innocent humans makes others equal.

Violence - Means - Equality - Everyone - Fake

If violence is what makes us equal, then why don’t we advocate it as a means to achieve equality for everyone? Fake feminists protest violence against women (well, except in the form of abortion, of course). If selective violence elevates your equality under the euphemism of “choice," then why doesn’t all violence under the same one-sided euphemism? Certainly, in a violent act, there is always a victim who never gets to choose whether or not to be the recipient of an attack. It’s no...
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