Sean James, Al Joyner: If You’re Not Pro-Abortion You Hate Women or Something

Just, dude. Watch:

“My daughter should live in a world where everyone’s decisions are respected.”

“My mom showed me that women are strong and wise …”

That’s why we, Planned Parenthood, couldn’t get a female athlete to do our pro-abortion ad. But whatevs.

“… she taught me that only women can make the best decisions about their health and future.”

I wonder if his mom’s lessons included the choice … of which BIRTH CONTROL to use.

“My daughter will always be my littler girl. But I’m proud everyday as I watch her grow up to be her own person. A smart, confident young woman. I trust her to take care of herself.”

She’s not her own person already? Oh, right, civil rights only apply to those outside the womb. Gateway Pundit reminds us that 1,876 black babies are aborted every day in the United States. This must be why Joyner doesn’t consider his daughter her own person yet.

These men are confusing female empowerment with civil rights for the unborn. It’s a gross use of the female sex as a pawn in an ideological battle and ironically employs a chauvinistic tactic by implying that those who are against abortion are against female empowerment – conveniently ignoring the fact that the empowerment comes from the choice of whether or not to have intercourse, the choice to use birth control, the choice to track your cycle and decide whether or not to have sex during a fertile time.

So at what point do these two male athletes care about women’s rights? When those women are in utero? Because more females are aborted than males and countries like Sweden allow gender-based abortions.

The choice of whether or not a female gets to live is not empowerment and it’s ridiculous that these men are peddling such condescending, sexist illogic to women. How about “supporting your daughters” by preventing more from being aborted?

Abortion and race:

Alveda C. King, daughter of slain civil-rights leader A.D. King and niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., quotes her uncle often when outlining her opposition of abortion. She writes:

[Martin Luther King, Jr.] once said, “The Negro cannot win as long as he is willing to sacrifice the lives of his children for comfort and safety.” How can the “Dream” survive if we murder the children? Every aborted baby is like a slave in the womb of his or her mother. The mother decides his or her fate.”

More from James and Joyner’s ad:

“We’re working towards the day where every woman will be valued.”

Except that they’re actually working against it by allowing themselves to be co-opted by an ideology that supports and promotes the genocide of their culture, by shilling an ideology that supports and promotes female genocide.

“Celebrating mothers and daughters … by trusting women?” Is that the new buzzword for genocide? “Celebrating?”

Go sell the doublethink elsewhere because women aren’t buying.