Stating The Obvious 0449 – Book Discussion: The Big Lie Part II: 20 Years Ago She Got An Abortion. Now She Wants To Be A Mother. Once Again A Femistatist Gets It Backwards.
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I read and comment upon the first few pages of chapter one of The Big Lie – Motherhood, Feminism, and The Reality of The Biological Clock by Tanya Selvaratnam.
Tanya’s life was predicted by Kyle back in February 2014.
Birth control pills, IUDs, Plan B, and even abortions – are dirt cheap. Hell, they’re practically free. These are drugs and procedures that decrease, and prevent, fertility.
However, if we flip the script around, processes like freezing eggs, surrogate mothers, and in vitro fertilization cost a small fortune.
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Really, who can blame the doctors for simply taking advantage of the system? Some might say that it’s not fair for them to use biologically as a profit, but they’re clearly proving intellectual superiority over society as a whole. I’ll even go as far to say as it’s not the fault of young women – what chance do they have against the propaganda mafia?
Sadly, ThisIsTrouble has spoken the truth, again. The answer is none. But, you should always raw dog.
Reproductive doctors will continue laughing to the bank, while post-wall women will continue sobbing in distress over not being able to bear a child.
I talked about this in Stating The Obvious 0184.
I was right. I am always right. I have always been right. I will always be right. I have never been wrong.
There are no surprises here. This is how Tanya’s life went.
When she was young she got an abortion and had 15 years of “relationships” that lasted less than two months because she was focused on her “career”.
Now she is old (37 – yes 37 is old for a woman) and she wants to have a baby but she just had a miscarriage.
And she wants your sympathy.
Because there is no way she made mistakes. Because vagina.
And it’s the current year.
What do you think are the he odds that the younger Tanya tried to get pregnant to keep her alpha?
Interesting thesis. I’m sure she talks about it in the book so I will let you know. I think it’s more likely that she got pregnant during a one night stand with an alpha. We’ll find out soon as I’ve got time to finish the book.