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Satan Is Pro-Abortion

Posted on | March 26, 2016 | 160 Comments

Perhaps you already suspected this — I mean, we know Satan is a Democrat — but his followers at the Satanic Temple of Detroit made it clear that the Prince of Darkness supports Planned Parenthood:

It was a showdown that can only be described as biblical: The Satanic Temple of Detroit versus the Pro-Life Action League outside of a Planned Parenthood clinic on Good Friday.
Led by Detroit chapter director Jex Blackmore, who made headlines last December for blogging about her experience with medical abortion, members of the Satanic Temple traveled to Planned Parenthood’s Ann Arbor, Michigan, location to counter-protest the anti-abortion group.
In images from the protest, Blackmore can be seen wearing a crown of thorns and a faux pregnancy belly while carrying a cross meant to symbolize “the burden of oppressive mandates endured by women,” as the Satanic Temple noted in a press release.

(Via Memeorandum.)  The director of the Satanic Temple blogged about her abortion last year and shared such gems of satanic wisdom as this:

Apparently, some believe that women must accept the burden of motherhood every time they have sex. It might surprise you to learn that many people have no intention of procreating when they sleep together. I for one do not believe that sex is a contract for pregnancy.
Many of the messages I’ve received illustrate the resounding assumption that I’m pregnant because I was irresponsible and had unprotected sex. This is not true, but does this really matter? Perhaps it’s easier to demonize a pregnant woman seeking abortion rather than consider that she’s someone like you.

Yeah, don’t “demonize” the Devil-worshipper, you guys.



  • NeoWayland

    But you still can’t bring yourself to say what the wonders are.

  • NeoWayland

    Again, it’s live and let live.

    Not the strange rewrite that you keep pushing, but the simple idea.

    I have my belief, you have yours. As long as you don’t keep insisting that your belief governs mine, there’s no problem.

    It’s your insecurity that makes this happen.

    Through each of our every discussions, I’ve never criticized Christianity. It’s always been specific followers,

  • NeoWayland

    And now you’ve proven another of my points.

  • Quartermaster

    “Do not give what is holy to the dogs; nor cast your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you in pieces.” Matthew 7:6
    As I pointed out earlier, they are irrelevant to one who has already rejected. No matter how you act like a 6 year old, I’ve said all I’m going to.

  • Quartermaster

    “I have my belief, you have yours. As long as you don’t keep insisting that your belief governs mine, there’s no problem.”

    This is the basic lie you’ve been telling at every turn. I’ve made no such insistence.

  • Quartermaster

    That’s all Neo ever has. When he isn’t lying.

  • Quartermaster

    And that’s only your wishful thinking.

  • NeoWayland

    Not really.

    Although I can’t blame you for avoiding the subject.

  • NeoWayland

    Except you have.

    Every single time you trotted out your afterlife threat. Every single time you’ve insisted that people with other faiths are bound by Christian rules. Every time you’ve insisted on deference for Christianity while dismissing other faiths.

  • NeoWayland