Shout Your Abortion Shrews Embark On a Book Tour

Shout Your Abortion Shrews Embark On a Book Tour

Shout Your Abortion Shrews Embark On a Book Tour

They are coming soon to a city near you. Descending upon you with their “powerful” stories of “courage”. Yep, the Shout Your Abortion shrews are back and they’re on a book tour to promote infanticide because, let’s just call it what it is:

Yeah, like, abortion is sooooo coooool because, like, it’s becoming normalized, she says. It’s on the cutting edge just like Trigglypuff Junior and her wanna-be punk rock hair and her sidekick’s nose ring. Honestly, if there is one thing I despise more than anything is artsy-fartsy, pretentious people trying to make stuff that isn’t cool at all look as if they are the “shiznit” for promoting it. Actually they are shiznit. Just not in the way they think they are.

Last night, the Shout Your Abortion convention of hags came together to celebrate abortion in Los Angeles and they will be part of a book tour to include ogress Sarah Silverman, abortion-dress-wearing Martha Plimpton, the not-so-funny Amy Brenneman and of course, queen of the SYA movement and the hipster fonts, Seattle’s own, Amelia Bonow.

The Shout Your Abortion movement, championed byOprah and started by a women who had a night of indiscretion with an ex-boyfriend and literally went out on a bender the weekend before:

“We spent four days speeding down stretches of dystopian desert highway in a gaudy Mustang convertible, eating pills, crying, laughing manically, and being held by each other. My tits were museum quality; the whole thing was perfect.”-Amelia Bonow

Bonow also had a little help from her friends, Emily Nokes, who enjoys “stoned shopping” (Ain’t she a gem?) and Lindy West, author of Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman. Here’s what critics are saying about the book:

Shout Your Abortion” reflects what makes me most hopeful for this next century, that there’s a whole new generation of young people who refuse to be judged and shamed about who they are, whether it’s their gender identity, their sexual orientation, or what they do with their body.
Cecile Richards

Hopeful? Richards does know that if a man identifies as a woman, HE still does not have female parts and therefore this biological fact alone disqualifies him from walking into Planned Parenthood and forking money over for an abortion, right? Okay. Let’s move along.

Shout Your Abortion embodies everything that society so desperately craves in this moment: compassion over cruelty, fact over fiction, and storytelling over silence. The shared experience of 1 in 4 women powerfully illustrated on these pages is tangible evidence of our collective strength when we join hands and speak our truth together.”
Ilyse Hogue, President, NARAL Pro-Choice America

Compassion over cruelty? Did we just read that correctly? What about compassion for a heartbeat? For the voiceless? Onward…

“By presenting a collection of nuanced narratives, Shout Your Abortion aims to advance a message of broader acceptance: If your abortion experience was hard and sad, that’s okay. If your abortion experience wasn’t hard or sad, that’s also okay. This marks a significant tonal shift in the cultural conversation about abortion.”
Caitlin Gibson, The Washington Post

I’m okay, you’re okay. We’re all okay. Bonus points: we’re deep, man. We’re on another plane. Our writings and musings are nuanced. It takes a woman of super-intellect and bravery to go out the weekend before an abortion, pop a bunch of pills and write about how that visit to Planned Parenthood “made her happy”.

Abortion is for lovers? As a woman, for me anyway, this is not about how toxic masculinity (as they like to say) has brainwashed me into thinking this whole concept of turning an abortion into a reason to party is disgusting. It’s about the facts. It is disgusting. It’s cruel. Abortion is a physically and emotionally traumatic event that does not call for shame or embarrassment on behalf of a woman but should also not call for comedy shows and celebrations. Someone died. Not a fetus. Not a “ball of cells”. A heart beat has been silenced. A person died. A potentially awesome, funny, smart, endearing, wonderful person. Yes, that person will change your life. That person will cramp your style. That person will change your identity and yes, your physical body. That person will make you want to cry and pull your own hair out. But that person can also be the spark to something phenomenal. There’s my nuanced perspective for you. I think about the tiny feet I held in the palm of my hand almost 13 years ago. Today also happens to be World Prematurity Day and on Christmas Day of 2005, my husband and I had a 3-pounder who is now a pistol with endless energy, a great soul who has made us laugh harder than we can ever imagine.

To go around promoting snuffing a person out as a celebration of “keeping the patriarchy outta your va-jay-jay” and continuing to live in a capricious manner so as not to contemplate the consequences of a roll in the hay, an afternoon delight or a night of sex, drugs and rock and roll is irresponsible and the reason why some men are the way they are today, some women cannot manage to see beyond themselves and why they all are so relationally challenged.

“The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” Margaret Sanger

I suppose we could be thankful for the fact that some of these women promoting the SYA movement do not have children. They don’t have large families. Instead, they are living in the land of could have been mothers but they are too wrapped up around the axle of political agenda and too self-centered to even realize this. Sad and delusional, really. Sucks to be them.

Photo Credit: ShoutYourAbortion

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10 Comments
  • Kim Hirsch says:

    Ugh. That video.

    Because, like, you know, nose rings (upward vocal inflection), and bad dye jobs (again with the inflection), really lend credibility to our message, which is, you know, killing unborn babies is so COOL!

    Linguists have surmised that the “Valley Girl” speech shows that the speaker lacks a sense of authority, since the speaker ends every sentence with a questioning vocal pattern. Plus it’s a ploy to appear endearing, which these two are not.

    And yet they’re shown as empowered womyn, or something.

    • Kim Hirsch says:

      And one more thing: “because so many people have had abortions” they should “shout them”?

      Lots of people have had hemorrhoids, too. . . .

    • Jim says:

      ”Linguists have surmised that the “Valley Girl” speech shows that the speaker lacks a sense of authority, since the speaker ends every sentence with a questioning vocal pattern. Plus it’s a ploy to appear endearing, which these two are not.”

      It’s the presentation and behaviour typical of many adolescent girls, totally lacking self-confidence and the ability to operate and think in society without a crowd of similar fellow-travellers to give them confidence and support, as they bully and pose for attention, all the while babbling modern psycho-jargon. However these are, chronologically speaking, adults in years but still behaving as adolescents, totally devoid of any sense of morality, personal responsibility and lacking any conscience. At best I suspect in later life they will be spending a lot of time seeking counselling/psychiatric support as they consider the psycho-social vacuum in which they live and the harm they have done. At worst they will just drink and drug themselves into oblivion blaming everyone else for their own stupidity and arrogance.

  • skyechild12345 says:

    Forty-plus million babies are unavailable for comment. Shout THAT, you SYA scumbags.

  • scott says:

    These hags should be eligible for retro-active abortion! seeing anything like this, or hearing my idiot sisters defend abortion makes me want to go seriously homicidal.. 21 years ago, on Dec 2nd my son was born 12 1/2 weeks early, at 1 lb, 13oz… Now he’s a freaking BULL RIDER!!!… so if you’ll pardon y french, each and every supporter of abortion can EAT SHIT AND DIE!!!!!

  • Paolo Pagliaro says:

    These spoiled, self-centered girls have the nerve of talking about “toxic masculinity” while they celebrate the killing of their own sons and daughters.
    “there’s a whole new generation of young people who refuse to be judged and shamed about who they are, whether it’s their gender identity, their sexual orientation, or what they do with their body”: a new generation willing to impose their wish without any considerations for others, starting from their children, seems the very definition of toxicity, to me. And also something definitely diabolical.

  • Jenny says:

    Woe to those who call evil good. Isaiah 5

  • GWB says:

    a collection of nuanced narratives
    You keep using that word. I don’t think that word means what you think it means.
    *smdh*

    • Lisa Carr says:

      GWB-They are trying to be “deep”, these pretentious sea hags. Does it mean what they think? My use of the word “nuanced” was meant to be a jab at them. Perhaps, I did not quite make that approach. 🙂

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