A pair of so-called “abortion doulas” has launched a Kickstarter campaign to publish and distribute their book aimed at “normalizing abortion” for children under the age of 13.
Carly Manes and Mar, the author and illustrator, respectively, have worked as abortion doulas for several years and embarked on the project because, to their knowledge, “there are no published books in the United States about abortion for children under the age of 13.”
“We believe in building a world for kids and adults where abortion is normalized as another outcome of pregnancy, just like miscarriage and birth. Having this book in the children’s section of libraries next to all of the books about pregnancy is one of the ways we hope to do that,” their Kickstarter campaign page reads.
“Abortion can be a difficult topic to broach among adults, let alone children,” it continues, as though the difficulty of discussing abortion is somehow in no way connected to the fact that the procedure dismembers a living unborn baby, something you would think that which any human being, particularly children, would find highly unsettling.
“As abortion doulas, we know how important it is to ensure that everyone has the resources they need to have intentional, compassionate, and nonjudgmental conversations about abortion care with the young people in their lives,” they continue.
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Interestingly, they also note that they have had difficulty finding a platform for their vision.
“Time and again, we were told that no one would dare print a children’s book on such a stigmatized topic,” they complain.
“We were told it was obscene and inappropriate,” they add, insisting that they “know this is not true.”
No, actually, it is true.
Abortion is an offensive, obscene, and inappropriate topic for children because abortion is wrong, period.
A common fallacy made by progressives of this ilk is often that because something is commonly found to be offensive by mainstream society, it should and must be normalized, particularly among children.
Abortion doesn’t need to be normalized, it needs to be abolished as a practice. There’s something particularly twisted about making sure that children who have been born get used to the idea, at a young age, that prospective mothers can pick and choose which child conceived within their womb can live and which can die.
At the very least, however, abortion is an incredibly adult topic touching on several other related issues that children simply do not have the maturity to grasp. This trend of exposing children to all things deemed inappropriate according to traditional values has got to stop.
We are destroying their innocence as we destroy those unwanted children in the womb. Where does it end?
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