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Celebrity men accidentally expose the DIRTY TRUTH behind male pro-abortion ideology

As a movement, feminism holds an aggressive position on where the decision-making authority for abortion lies. But what if the “my body, my choice” mantra that appears to have empowered so many women has only benefitted the pro-choice men?

Often women are indeed pressured into having abortions by their parents, baby daddies, political worldview, etc.; a woman is the person who ultimately decides to climb onto the medical chair, place her feet into the stirrups, or take an abortion pill to end her baby’s life.

But women’s willingness to assume all responsibility for choosing abortion allows pro-choice men to escape the guilt and criticism associated with the decision. As scumbag men pursue their endeavors to have as much unprotected and consequence-free sex as possible, women enable these weak men by mimicking their hideous behavior.

Over the weekend, celebrity men took to Twitter and addressed the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Samuel L. Jackson, Dave Portnoy, and O.J. Simpson were among those who sounded off in a show of solidarity with feminist ideology. But while their words might have seemed to be “pro-women” rhetoric, they were more than likely “pro-men.”

in this episode of “Fearless with Jason Whitlock,” Whitlock tore into the scumbag nature of “weak and selfish men who care more about having consequence-free sex” than “her body, her choice.” “Most of these guys want to get laid,” Whitlock explained.

How’s Uncle Clarence feeling about Overturning Loving v Virginia??!!
— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) June 25, 2022

Emergency Press Conference – We Are Going Backwards (avoid if you don’t wanna hear me talking politics) pic.twitter.com/mDTmuQahcc
— Dave Portnoy (@stoolpresidente) June 24, 2022

My Tweet, My Opinion pic.twitter.com/xWcW1Q5DlG
— O.J. Simpson (@TheRealOJ32) June 26, 2022

America has a become matriarchal culture rife with quick fixes and minimal personal responsibility. And while weak celebrities make their disingenuous Twitter stand in support of “women’s rights,” their silence on the reality of the 65 million babies who never got the chance to experience life or weigh in on the abortion issue is deafening.

Listen to the podcast here.

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