Sometimes I feel kinda like a jerk when I get rather elusive comments about the humanity of HUMAN fetuses. Then an anti comes by and reminds me that they do believe this fetus to be human and they see the intrinsic humanity of this unique individual person.
THIS fetus is an elephant. THIS fetus looks exactly the same as all fetuses do.
Quit worshiping at the alter of the fetus. :)
Anonymous asked: I don't care that you're making them "look bad". Most of the pages you're going to are filled with people who can make themselves without any help from you. You haven't bothered yet, as far as I can tell, with the people who are against abortion for any reason other than "mah god told me so", and the people who are against abortion for reasons like that are no friends of mine. I merely comment because your method is dishonest and expects pro-lifers to somehow have >average scientific awareness.
How audacious of me to expect lifers, who commonly evoke the sacred science of the fetus, to have above average scientific awareness.
I must be stopped.
angrybees-deactivated20120516 asked: fox: "STOP MAKING MY FRIENDS LOOK BAD WAAAAH"
Anonymous asked: I am anti-abortion, and I'm not pissed at all. I find this sort of manipulation sad if anything. Pro-abortion-rights or anti-abortion, most people wouldn't know what your image is. It doesn't prove "antis" to be stupid, it just shows they lack the ability to differentiate between species that look similar in utero, the same as most people. If your point is that anti-abortion people don't know what they're talking about, why not just hunt down those that intentionally lie? Much more honest.
My point is actually that anti-choices often envoke images of the fetus to prove how HUMAN they are and thus why they should be given equal rights and personhood as you and I.
I find this about as ridiculous as many of the responses to this image.
Facebook wasn’t loading so I utilized tumblr to see if it was just me or the entire world.
Using a social network to figure out why you can’t social network…
It’s like an enigma wrapped in a dream.
Stephen Fox is reading and he’s pissed.
Now, is Mr. Fox an incredibly righteous/obnoxious fellow pro-choicer or is he most likely an anti? That is the real question.