My Body My Rights is Amnesty International’s global campaign to promote abortion rights.
Couched in verbiage that appeals to pro-choice people the so-called Human Rights except if you are an unborn child, group states that the campaign is to, “help ensure that everyone has access to their sexual and reproductive rights and to stop criminalization of sexuality and reproduction by governments.”
According to Amnesty , if you are lucky enough to not be sucked out of your mother’s womb, you have the right to:
Seek and receive information about sexuality and reproduction and access related health services and contraception
Decide whether and when to have children, and how many to have
Choose your intimate partner and whether and when to marry
Decide what type of family to create
Access family planning; contraception; safe and accessible post-abortion care; access to abortion in cases of rape, sexual assault or incest, and pregnancy that poses a risk to the life or to physical or mental health; and, where legal, access to safe abortion services
Live free from discrimination, coercion and violence, including rape and other sexual violence, female genital mutilation, forced pregnancy, forced abortion, forced sterilization and forced marriage.
Amnesty has long promoted abortion as a a human right and right now they are conducting a campaign to get child killing legalized in El Salvador using rare cases:
The pro-abortion group is asking supporters to spread the word using the hashtag: #MyBodyMyRights
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It is sad that a group that fights for human rights would not support the most basic right to life among the most vulnerable among us an unborn baby!
LifeNews Note: Carole Novielli is the author of the blog Saynsumthn, where this article originally appeared.