Friday, January 22, 2016

Roe v. Wade

   January 22nd, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade decision. This is one of the monumental changes that affected women in America. It's a very taboo subject as it crosses the lines of faith and law. ABORTION. It's a scary word. It's wispered from the mouth to the ear in a most shameful tone. A God-fearing, woman of God such as myself would never agree that this Roe v. Wade would be any good. Or would I?
   See, the thing is, I  really don't care much for abortion, especially after the first trimester. I feel as though most people have understanding enough to know that the real purpose of sex is to make children. So, it shouldn't come as a surprise when one gets pregnant from said activities. But there's something I care even less about, and that's government telling me what I can and cannot do with MY lady parts. I am by no means saying that I  think abortion is okay. What I am saying is, not having a say about what goes on with my body is totally not okay.
   My other beef that I  have with this anniversary is that it comes on the heels of many mass shootings and cop/civilian shootings that the two are being compared. Yes, Pres. Obama thinks there should be gun control laws put in place so that another 25,000 people don't get killed for no reason. No, Pres. Obama doesn't think he should touch Roe v. Wade with a ten foot pole. Do you wanna know why? Do ya? Huh, huh? Because he has a PENIS! Yes, if you think he's an elitist now, just wait until he tells Becky when and how she should reproduce. I bet Pres. Obama detest abortion, but running the free world is not about your personal beliefs, it's about democracy and serving the people.
   In conclusion, no one should have say of what a women should do with her body and unborn child. If we lived in a perfect world abortions wouldn't even exist. We don't live in a perfect world. We live in a world riddled with sin, hate for one another, and misunderstanding. So, instead of us focusing our efforts fighting against the rights of someone else, let's let our light shine as brightly as we can in this cruel, dim world. Remember, be kind and kindness will find you.

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