I've thought of a new wedge issue to possibly meme to convert normie women. I'd like input and to show this idea to people that could actually give this traction. I'd like to preface this with a disclaimer that I view abortion as a necessary evil, which is what most normie women view it as. I know a lot of you will disagree with me, but that's not the point of this discussion.
As we all know, the standard far left talking points is that women never regret having their abortions and are always so sure of their decisions. Most left supporting studies only follow how sure women are at the moment of their abortion, not months or years down the line. Here's a few examples of what I mean.
> Ninety-five percent of women who have had abortions do not regret the decision to terminate their pregnancies, according to a study published last week in the multidisciplinary academic journal PLOS ONE.
>Financial considerations were given as the reasons for an abortion by 40 percent of women; 36 percent had decided it was “not the right time;” 26 percent of women found the decision very or somewhat easy; 53 percent found it very or somewhat difficult
>Women reporting that the man involved in the pregnancy was not a part of the decision-making process had greater feelings of decision rightness than women whose partners did not want or were not sure if they wanted to terminate the pregnancy.
Meanwhile the study actually found:
>In crude data, approximately 95% of women completing each follow-up interview reported that having the abortion was the right decision for them.
>Over the three years post-abortion, women who had pregnancies that were more planned (b = 0.29 [0.17, 0.42]), who had greater difficulty deciding to seek abortion (b = 0.77 [0.61, 0.92]), and who perceived more community abortion stigma (b = 0.45 [0.31, 0.58]) reported more negative emotions (Table 3).
>However, women feeling more relief and happiness at baseline were less likely to be lost (mean score 3.8 for those maintained versus 3.0 for those lost, p = 0.03).
This shows that while they might feel abortion was right at the time, those that try again for a kid find it MUCH more harder to seek an abortion and FEEL more abortion stigma. AKA less repeat abortions. Additionally, women that felt more relief and happiness about their abortions were more likely to keep responding to the survey over three years.
Here's another SLATE article trying to destroy the "women feel bad about abortions" line.
>A study published Thursday in the journal Contraception, however, suggests that most women who seek abortions are really quite sure of themselves, thank you very much.
>researchers from the University of California–San Francisco found that women seeking abortions are at least as confident as women making choices about breast cancer treatments, antidepressant use during pregnancy, and invasive prenatal testing.
>Ralph and her co-authors surveyed 500 women seeking abortions at four clinics in Utah, a state that mandates a 72-hour waiting period before the procedure. The women filled out a survey before they met with anyone at the clinic, with questions about things such as whether they feel pressured in their decision and whether they understand the benefits and risks of each option.
NOTICE HOW IT'S ALL SHORT TERM FEELINGS, NOT LONG TERM EFFECTS.
Ask yourself this, how many of you know someone that's had an abortion? How many of them view it as a personal tragedy that was necessary? Opening up that rift between actual redeemable women and the far left harpies could result in us gaining tons of ground.
I only know 3 women that have had abortions. One is still a horrible slut, but the other two both cry every time their abortion date is coming around. Both of them are extremely happy with their new fiance and are extremely happy to be having a new planned pregnancy. They both are constantly posting on facebook about how happy they are to have a kid and be a traditional mother. We can use this as a wedge issue to seperate women from the far left.
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