While reading this story keep in mind that conservatives are not even allowed to speak on many college campuses.
What type of depraved, mental midget organizes and attends such events? And, better yet, who pays for it – tax dollars? The article answers the mental midget question, “…we’ve gathered artists, activists and students together to learn and to plan together…,” notice the geniuses they’ve gathered. And the lack of even the most rudimentary logic is evidenced in their advertisement, “We fight because we know that without the ability to control our reproduction we are less free,” Idiots, obviously. The ability to control your reproduction is available to everyone what these murderers need to learn to control is the spreading of their legs.
University sponsors ‘Abortion Access Is Love’ event
It’s ‘morally OK to inject potassium chloride into a preborn baby’?
When Jesus said there’s “no greater love” than to lay down one’s life for a friend, he must have had in mind helping a friend procure an abortion, according to a co-sponsor of an event Tuesday night at the University of Oklahoma.
The nonprofit Oklahoma Call for Reproductive Justice along with the university’s Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, and the department’s Center for Social Justice and are co-sponsoring “Fighting for Abortion Access is Love,” the College Fix reported.
Oklahoma Call for Reproductive Justice contends abortion is sanctioned by religion.
“Fighting for abortion access is an act of love,” the group says on its website.
The event Tuesday will feature a visual artist’s interpretation of the “act of love” theme, according to the Facebook event description.
“We fight because we know that without the ability to control our reproduction we are less free,” the description says. “We each have something uniquely powerful to lend this battle, and that’s why we’ve gathered artists, activists and students together to learn and to plan together on how that message can change Oklahoma and ensure reproductive freedom.”
As of Monday afternoon, 22 people said they were going and 144 were interested, the College Fix said.
Also on Tuesday night, the university’s Students for Life chapter is showing the pro-life film “Unplanned, which recounts the pro-life conversion of former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson.
Students for Life of America said Oklahoma Call for Reproductive Justice essentially is arguing that it’s “morally okay to inject potassium chloride into a preborn baby’s heart to cause a heart attack abortion or to have a teenage girl endure a painful toilet-bowl abortion,” describing a medication-induced abortion that is completed at home.