After Argentina legalized killing unborn babies in abortions last week, abortion activists are turning their attention to other South American countries where unborn babies are still protected.
One pro-abortion artist in Brazil already is drawing massive attention to the issue in her country. On Saturday, just days after the vote in Argentina, she unveiled her newest creation – a 33-meter statue of a woman’s vagina erected on a hillside in the Brazilian state of Pernambuco, the Observer reports.
Artist Juliana Notari named her piece “Diva” and said she hopes it will spark dialogue on “gender issues from a female perspective combined with a cosmopocentric and anthropocentric western society.”
“Currently these issues have become increasingly urgent,” she continued. “After all, it is by changing perspective of our relationship between humans and nonhuman, that will allow us to live longer on that planet and in a less unequal and catastrophic society.”
Though she did not mention abortion specifically in the announcement about her new art piece, Notari supports legalizing the killing of unborn babies in abortions in Brazil. She celebrated when the Argentine Senate voted to legalize abortions up to 14 weeks in their country.
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“Our bodies, our rules!!” Notari wrote on Dec. 30 on Facebook. “Pure emotion the historic victory of our Argentine hermanas (sisters)!!! Congratulations hermanas, fight too beautiful and victorious!!”
Her bright red statue – “a massive vulva / wound excavation,” according to Notari’s description – is made of concrete and resin. It took 11 months to build by hand and is located in the art park Usina del Arte, The Guardian reports.
Already, Notari has received international attention and wide-spread public backlash. Her Facebook page has tens of thousands of comments on her posts about her vagina statue, many of them negative.
The reaction is not surprising. Though Argentina caved into the pressure of abortion activists, backed by some of the richest men in the world, most Central and South American countries protect unborn babies from abortion.
As the Observer noted, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro reacted with grief to the news from Argentina.
“I deeply lament for the lives of Argentinian children, now subject to being cut in their mothers’ wombs with the consent of the State,” Bolsonaro said Dec. 30. “As far as it depends on me and my government, abortion will never be approved on our land.”
Pro-life countries face intense international pressure to legalize the killing of unborn babies in abortions. And pro-abortion groups have massive amounts of money to spend lobbying lawmakers, organizing publicity stunts and holding protests to demand the so-called right to abort unborn babies for any reason without restriction. The pro-abortion groups Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International receive huge donations from American billionaire George Soros and others.
In 2016, the Catholic News Agency reported on a leaked document connecting billionaire George Soros to a global pro-abortion plan. The document from Soros’s Open Society Foundations showed a detailed plan to push abortion on countries that protect unborn babies from abortions, including Ireland, Mexico, Zambia, Nigeria and Tanzania.