Abortion activists’ obsession with female body parts seems odd for a group that claims to fight for women’s rights and empowerment.
Rather than celebrate women’s accomplishments, their unique abilities or their lives, they focus instead on their most intimate body parts – making artwork, hats, costumes and even candy in the shapes of uteruses and vaginas. The spotlight on body parts smacks of objectification, rather than empowerment.
Actress Debra Messing of “Will and Grace” fame is one such abortion activist. On International Women’s Day, she posted a picture of cupcakes designed to look like vaginas, the Daily Wire reports. Supposedly, her goal was to “empower women.”
“Happy International Women’s Day! Powerful, beautiful, and sweet,” Messing wrote Friday on Instagram. “The first thing I thought when I saw this photo was ‘wow how wonderful.’ Each one is unique in color and shape and size.”
Messing said the vagina cupcake photo came from Ali Wentworth, a fellow abortion activist, actress and wife of ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos. Both women have a history of abortion activism. Messing once praised former abortion chain CEO Cecile Richards as a “warrior woman.” She also criticized Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh for ruling against abortion.
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Abortion activists often attack pro-lifers with claims that they want to objectify women and take away their “right” to abort an unborn baby. But when abortion activists focus so heavily on women’s body parts, rather than women as people who have thoughts, feelings, goals, relationships and so much more that make them unique, they are the ones devaluing women’s lives — just as they do the unborn with abortion.
Messing is no stranger to promoting abortion. Previously she said she believes that Christians should be forced to fund abortions.
Included in her tweet was a comment that the Christian views of employers should not supersede supposed health care rights. Her tweet is a reference to the landmark Supreme Court decision regarding Hobby Lobby. That’s the Christian-owned business that did not want to be forced to pay for abortion-causing drugs for its employees in its health care plan.
Messing also appears to believe that abortion is health care even though it injures women and destroys the life of another patient, namely an unborn baby.
She also once wore a 1973 necklace to celebrating abortion and the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized virtually unlimited abortions throughout pregnancy.