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“SofTouch” Is a Kindler, Gentler Abortion Method. Not For the Unborn, Of Course. [VIDEO]

“SofTouch” Is a Kindler, Gentler Abortion Method. Not For the Unborn, Of Course. [VIDEO]

“SofTouch” Is a Kindler, Gentler Abortion Method. Not For the Unborn, Of Course. [VIDEO]

First there was the abortion clinic promising fluffy robes and tea for its patients. Now there’s the new “SofTouch” abortion method. Sort of a kinder, gentler abortion. For the woman, of course, not the unborn child.

SofTouch has been around for a few years, but the woman’s magazine Glamour wrote a puff piece about it over the New Year’s weekend. Here’s how they raved about it:

It fits in the palm of a doctor’s hand and doesn’t require an electric suction machine or an operating room or fasting the night before. A patient doesn’t need to be sedated and there are no limits on her lifestyle either before or after the procedure. In fact, she can get the entire procedure done in her lunch hour and go right back to work.

Wow! No down time, no muss, no fuss, and best of all — it can take three minutes or less! And no one needs to know!

Dr. Joan Fleischman, who developed this method, says she “would always recommend SofTouch,” (of course she would), and tells us it’s rather like a Pap test at your doctor’s office. And you can keep your clothes on, too!

Right now SofTouch is only available at the Early Options clinic in New York City. The website boasts that their method is “noninvasive.”

Does this thing look “noninvasive” to you? Ladies?

Furthermore, they boast that they can end early pregnancy “the natural way.” Seriously, natural? How is purposely destroying an unborn life natural? Oh wait, it’s “natural” because it “brings a natural release of your menstrual flow.” Right, so it’s all about just getting your period started, and damn the little life that flows out with it.

And as for that tiny little life — well, not to worry. Early Options only does abortions at 10 weeks or less, and they inform us that “the body is primarily just preparing itself for pregnancy. This tissue looks more like a period than a pregnancy.”

“Just a blob of tissue,” anyone? Here’s an unborn child at 10 weeks. Need I say more?

The only good thing about Early Options and their abhorrent SofTouch device is that the procedure costs $1200 and, as stated above, is available only in New York. Moreover, insurance doesn’t cover it. Dr. Fleishman however, insists that she’ll continue to peddle her gadget. But there’s a little comfort here, and that’s that Hillary isn’t in the White House. You know that if she were president, she’d find a way to finagle this contraption into Obamacare and make us all pay for it.

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  • Appalled By The World says:

    How lovely. Right out of some futuristic bizarro world only in the here and now.

  • John says:

    Is it just me, or does the device in question look like something that might be used for unstopping recalcitrant drain pipes?

  • GWB says:

    Does this thing look “noninvasive” to you? Ladies?
    Pfft, you know you’ve seen bigger. /prog
    (And, I concur, John.)

    The idea of making abortion easy is… “repugnant” seems much too mild. “Evil” too banal.

  • Mary Anne says:

    Obviously, that Doctor would have no problem flushing the result of her procedure down the toilet and send a bill for her handiwork. $1200! Not bad for a 3 minute job.

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