One of many reasons I can't bring myself to go back to that church. EVER. So many unborn babies die everyday because of inadequate access to health care but it doesn't seem like anyone is up in arms about that..... The whole molest, cover up, transfer priest to molest other kids, then throw money at the situation when found out, then blame it on the gay people was what made me leave initially.The thought that in America- there are those who think I should adhere to the rules of a church that I don't even go to really irks me.
So true. When men begin having babies (and not men who used to be women,) then maybe they will legitimately have a say in the matter. It's insulting at best for these old men who live off the church and have no connection to the reality of being a woman and perhaps raising children alone to pressure women into becoming brood mares.
I love a blog entry that carries a strong message with few words. Congratulations! (and the title, "They Don't Have Wombs" is perfect.)
The only plus to the bishops' statements is the realization that right to choice, health-care, gay rights, etc. need to be mandated individually, not as a side-effect of having elected Barack.We need a strong, unambiguous, majority backed statement on each subject such that each can never be dismissed as not being the voice of the people or not being legal because it was part of a package deal. Roe v. Wade has stood as long as it has at least in part because it includes no distraction from its central theme.
OMG, what an offensive, miserable bunch of control freaks they are. I quit going to church many, many moons ago because even at the age of 15 I could see how hateful those church officials are.
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