Musings of a twentysomething millennial about faith and spirituality.
And who says that not all life is sacred? This March is exactly for the purpose of ending abortion, and has always been. If you don't like it, you can organize your own.
Many religious people have tried, and are subsequently accused of not talking enough about abortion.
Well, the purpose of the march is unclear. It's not just a giant Vigil to commemorate abortion and pray for its end and to form a rallying point for organizing towards solutions and getting involved in those.Rather, it's a "march," not a vigil. It's content would therefore seem to be, at least in large part, POLITICAL, and the solutions proposed likewise political.As far as I can tell, it isn't at heart a march against abortion. It's a march against abortion being non-criminalized. It seems not as concerned with ending abortion in practice as with merely making it illegal for the sake of some sort of theoretical ideological purity to be enshrined in law.Of course, I give them the benefit of the doubt; many are naive and think "ending abortion" or "saving lives" and "criminalizing it" are in large part equivalent. More nuanced minds might disagree.
Agreed. Thank you.
Where does that strange and oddly humorous video come from? A film or TV show?
I'm really not sure. But I saw it, laughed, and totally wrote this post around it. ;)
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