Feminists are applauding abortion groups for changing their names to be more “inclusive.”
At least two pro-abortion groups, the Lady Parts Justice League and the Gateway Women’s Access Fund, recently took the female references out of their names to be more inclusive to transgender people, according to the feminist blog The Mary Sue.
The Lady Parts Justice League, a pro-abortion comedy group started by “The Daily Show” writer Lizz Winstead, is now called Abortion Access Front, or Abortion AF – a play on the crude slang “as f—.”
“But regardless of … our best intentions, the name was narrow, alienating, and just plain hurtful to many,” Winstead said last year when they announced the name change. “I want to apologize to all who felt excluded or bothered by it.”
Not long after Winstead’s group changed its name, the Gateway Women’s Access Fund in Missouri followed its lead. It now goes by the name Missouri Abortion Fund, or Missouri AF; and its mission is to provide money to help Missourians who want to abort their unborn babies, according to the report.
“Since 2016, we’ve helped thousands of Missourians from every part of the state access abortion care – not just folks in St. Louis, and not just women,” the group explained in an email.
Their names may be more “inclusive” toward some people, but their mission is inherently discriminatory.
Unborn babies are the most vulnerable, most discriminated against of all human beings in America today. Nearly 1 million of them are killed legally in abortions every year, and more than 61 million have been aborted since Roe v. Wade in 1973.
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Abortion continues to be legal and widely available, despite the scientific consensus that life begins at conception. Some abortion activists even celebrate abortions despite the knowledge that an unborn baby’s heart is beating by about six weeks of pregnancy and that the unborn baby has his/her own unique fingerprints by 10 weeks.
Pro-abortion groups are not fighting for human rights or “inclusion” for vulnerable people. They are fighting for the billion-dollar abortion industry and the ability to kill their own children before birth.