The University of Michigan is hosting an event celebrating abortions wonderful and glorious history. ‘Sickening’ is the only thing that can describe this.
(CollegeFix) — Abortion – the “life-sustaining act” of the ages.
That’s the theme behind an exhibit currently on display at the University of Michigan dedicated to defending and glamorizing the history of abortion.
“4000 Years for Choice is an exhibition of posters about the age-old practices of abortion and contraception as a means to reclaim reproductive freedom as a deeply personal and life-sustaining act existing throughout all of human history,” states a university webpage describing the exhibit.
The exhibit will be showcased through May 29 in the main lobby of the Lane Hall women’s studies building on campus. The exhibit consists of dozens of brightly colored posters with bold words, phrases and documentation meant to highlight and celebrate all the ways in which women over the millennia have performed abortions.
Once it’s clear to you what abortion does, it should cause you to reverse your pro-abortion choice view. It’s bad enough to support the choice of a mother to take the life of her pre-born baby, I can almost understand that. I understand that abortions are committed with a heavy heart, often with regret. The prospect of having a child to raise for the next two decades can be a very daunting outlook for some. But to take it a step further and celebrate abortion? That’s literally abhorrent.
To revel in abortion…to embrace it…to find joy or happiness in abortion, I think, is evidence of deep psychosis.