Awesome Video “No Uterus No Say” Destroys The Argument That Men Should Have No Say in Abortion

Syndicated with permission of LifeNews.com

The makers of the “Magical Birth Canal” video are out with a new project that pokes fun at another pro-abortion argument.

“No Uterus, No Say,” a video by the Canadian pro-life organization Choice42 (Choice for Two), tackles the pro-abortion claim that men should not have a voice in the abortion debate because they can not bear children.

“Just like with any human rights violation, if you’re not directly involved, then you can’t have an opinion,” the pink-haired host tells viewers.

“So, obviously, when it comes to the treatment of tiny humans in the womb, unless you have a uterus, or you’re a tiny human living in a uterus, you can’t have an opinion. I know, makes sense, right?” she continues, holding up a fuzzy pink object shaped like a uterus.

“This works out well because tiny humans in the womb can’t voice their opinions,” she concludes. “And besides, men don’t have anything to do with reproduction.”

The argument is as ridiculous as it is hypocritical. Abortion activists welcome men who take their side, but use the “no uterus, no opinion” claim to attack men who disagree.

But, even more dangerous, under the law, the argument also is true. A man who wants to protect his unborn baby’s life from abortion has no legal say in the decision. If a mother wants to abort their baby, the father has no legal right to stop her.  The results of this horrible argument are used to silence fathers and destroy their unborn babies’ lives.

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Patricia is the founder and editor of Little Bytes News, a former elementary teacher, radio talk show host, political activist and political blogger. In 2012, Patricia was nominated one of “Circle of Moms” top 25 political bloggers.

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