“Yes, abortion is killing, but it is the lesser of two evils,” states the title of an article in England’s The Times. If you want a peek at the heart and soul of a radical abortion-supporting feminist, you’ll want to read this article.
The article’s author, Antonia Senior, begins with the question: “Is there something you are willing to die for?” She concludes that she “wouldn’t take a paper cut for England, let alone a bullet.” She then proceeds to tell her readers that what is worth dying for is “a woman’s right to be educated, to have a life beyond home” and to have “complete control over her own fertility.” Translated: the right to abortion.
Antonia does note that her perspective regarding abortion has softened somewhat since the birth of her own baby. “Black and white no longer quite cut it,” she states. She acknowledges that a “foetus” is a distinct human being. She even acknowledges the “convenient lie that we on the pro-choice side of the debate tell ourselves to make us feel better about the action of taking a life. That little seahorse shape
floating in a willing womb is a growing miracle of life. In a resentful womb it is not a life,
but a foetus — and thus killable.”
Then, chillingly, she drops her final and unapologetic bombshell:
“As ever, when an issue we thought was black and white becomes more nuanced, the
answer lies in choosing the lesser evil. The nearly 200,000 aborted babies in the UK each
year are the lesser evil, no matter how you define life, or death, for that matter. If you are willing to die for a cause, you must be prepared to kill for it, too.”
To read the article in its entirety, go here.