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Darwin Smiles

Posted on | July 14, 2022 | Comments Off on Darwin Smiles

Extinction occurs when a species fails to adapt to its environment, and feminists are not very adaptable:

From the day she got her first period, Olivia Downs has known that she does not want children.
And so, when the 22-year-old visited a new OB-GYN in June, she brought up the possibility of getting her tubes tied, also known as tubal ligation. Downs expected to be questioned about pursuing sterilization at such a young age but she did not anticipate a lecture about how she might “meet Mr. Right” and change her mind.
Her sardonic retelling of the appointment went viral on TikTok last month, amassing 3.4 million views. Thousands of people — including many like-minded women — flooded the comments to weigh in on whether 20-somethings should be eligible for the procedure.
“A lot of women are frustrated because they can’t seem to make decisions for themselves,” Downs told The Post.
Young women who declare they don’t want children have always faced pushback, but the US Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn the landmark abortion decision Roe v. Wade, has forced Americans — and particularly women of childbearing age — to seriously consider how to manage their bodies as their reproductive rights and choices diminish.

(Actually, you idiot, women’s “reproductive rights,” to use your phrase, are not likely to be restricted in any Northeastern state, since all the Supreme Court did was to return authority to the states in terms of the legality of abortion.)

For Downs, who attends college in Massachusetts and is wary of taking hormonal birth control due to the possible side effects, the Supreme Court’s decision has created additional urgency around getting the procedure done.
“It does kind of scare me a little bit,” she said of Justice Clarence Thomas’s majority opinion. “This is definitely something that I would want to get done sooner rather than later, considering the way this country is moving right now.”

(Actually, you idiot, Alito wrote the decision and, does Olivia Downs seriously think her “right to choose” is at risk in Massachusetts?)

Tubal ligation — in which the fallopian tubes are cut or tied — is one of several surgical sterilization procedures, including salpingectomy (removal of the fallopian tubes) and hysterectomy (removal of the uterus), that women can undergo for a multitude of health reasons and as a form of permanent birth control.
Janessa Puckett has been inquiring about a tubal ligation since she was 23 years old.
Now nearly 30, and living in Louisville, Kentucky — a state with an abortion trigger law — Puckett told The Post that she is angling to get the procedure done as soon as possible.

(Post the GoFundMe and we’ll all pitch in to pay for it.)

“I’m just one of many people for which the fire under our collective a– has been fanned in such a violent, visceral way,” she said.
Puckett works as a middle school English teacher and loves children but has never wanted her own. In fact, she said giving birth and being forced to be a parent are her biggest fears.

(This demented woman should never be allowed near children.)

Zaria Grey, 28, wants to get sterilized even though their partner already has had a vasectomy.
Grey (who uses they/them pronouns) lives in Columbus, Ohio with Lukas Killian, 27. Growing up as the eldest of five siblings living below the poverty line, Grey knew they did not want children from an early age.
The pharmacy technician told The Post that reading the Roe draft leak in May, and then hearing the official court decision “definitely added more pressure” on getting sterilized, as Ohio had a trigger law in place.
“I want to take care of my own birth control,” Grey said. “It’s definitely put a lot of fear in my heart that I have absolutely no control over my future. Even less on my body, especially being a Black woman living in America.”

Sterilization should be mandatory for everybody who uses “they/them” pronouns. Mentally defective people should not be reproducing. If anyone expected conservatives to object to these freaks, fanatics and weirdos subtracting their DNA from the gene pool, you’re wrong. We applaud this and wish to do all we can to encourage it. Gosh, if only we could round up all these feminist freaks in camps, and use them as test subjects for medical experiments . . . Lebensunwertes Leben!

Fortunately, none of that Third Reich stuff will be necessary because these “undesirables” have chosen self-inflicted genocide. “Survival of the fittest” is so much easier when the unfit, recognizing their own genetic inferiority, decide for themselves that it’s wrong for them to reproduce.



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