05 May 2010

Where Did All the Men Go?

Jill Stanek's column today is simply too good not to share. It concerns the lament of the pro-aborts that there just aren't enough pro-abort men out there willing to stand up and support abortion "rights." Boo-hoo.

They hypocrisy is rich, don't you think?  This is why modern feminism stinks.  Women insist they don't need men for anything, can do it by themselves, make all the choices by themselves, and then turn around and wonder where the guys went!

Abortion allows men to sink to their lowest levels.  It gives them permission to be neglectful jerks if they want to be.  It gives them an excuse to walk away from their responsibility, leaving the burden entirely with women.  This is, of course, exactly what women said they wanted, so there's no room here for whining about it now.

I still believe most men want to be decent and honorable, but sometimes they need a woman to inspire them and nudge them in the right direction.  It's the way we were made to compliment each other.  When we behave as men and women who depend on each other, we all rise to our best selves.  We lift each other up.

Abortion sows death and reaps death in so many, many ways...

When will women finally wake up and realize that?

3 comments:

MBrandon said...

Jennifer:

You wrote: "I still believe most men want to be decent and honorable, but sometimes they need a woman to inspire them and nudge them in the right direction."

WHAT A TRUE STATEMENT.

In recent years, I have learned such valuable lessons about the heart of a woman, as I have learned not to compete, but to accept and love.

When My Dear Wife speaks it behooves me to listen with my heart, as she often imparts the wisdom of a woman to me, which is different from the wisdom of a man, and totally complementary.

It is true that men need to be heard about abortion, but what needs to be heard from them are words of protection of the youngest among us, and words of love for the women who are carrying their children.

As such, they cannot, with their hearts, support the feminist drivel that would consider the weakest among us as nothing more than inconveniences.

God Bless You

Michael

Anne said...

Yes! We are meant to "compliment" each other. If we could only accept that we don't have to do everything alone, we don't have to be everything, we can work together to bring forth the kingdom and most of all, rely on Him to make up for all that we lack, then our fear would dissipate and we would find the strength to accept what seems unbearable-even, and especially, a new life.

(I like the new background!)

Molly said...

"When we behave as men and women who depend on each other, we all rise to our best selves."

Perfectly said!!

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