It’s Like an Amen

If you (as my father says) get a wild hair up your nose and decide to speak out against the darkness, then do not be surprised when you are met with spiritual-sounding mumbo-jumbo from thralls of the goddesses. If often sounds like normal speech, but if you are unsure whether their speech is an argument or a prayer, just wait until they end it. At some point during their prayers of abjuration against consequences and repentance for women, they will say something along the lines of “And if I had my way the men would suffer!” It’s like an “Amen”, and therefore appropriate anywhere after the first word of a prayer.

An example would be a discussion about abortion. You say, as any sane person would, that crimes and commissioning of crimes ought to carry sentences; so if abortion was a crime then the commission of it would invoke some sort of sentencing. The Pro-Lifer will respond with the sophisticated argument “That’s not fair!”, and say that a doctor deceived her by telling her that she, a human, wasn’t pregnant with a human and so abortion isn’t murder.

“Hmm”, you say, and before you can work out how it came to be that humans didn’t know that their offspring will be human, the Pro-Lifer will say, “Anyway, if I had my way, we’d punish the man who got her pregnant.” even though the truth is that in by the vast majority of cases the woman and the man chose to have sex with each.

Abortionists, you see, seduce women and thereby remove the woman’s culpability, but women never seduce men. It’s a mystery to Pro-Lifers why novels, plays, movies, songs, television, and even the Bible depict so many ruinous scenes begun by seductive women. That doesn’t happen in their spirit-world.

Somehow, it is never her fault. It is as if they saw her as supernaturally superior in morals, and wish they had the power to sacrifice mere humans to her goodness.

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7 thoughts on “It’s Like an Amen

  1. I tend to agree with Schopenhauer that the USA and England made too much of the moral superiority of women. Sometimes they are. Sometimes they are not. But abortion to me seems like murder. And that is something people are considered liable for.

  2. What Donal said.

    I have to admit to a certain amount of shock that the Pro-Life movement went full cuck like this. I’ve flayed friends that at least tentatively made the same argument that Cane skewers here. And of course, if you contribute, stop doing so and write a note. There’s nothing that bugs women and women’s organizations like public shame.

  3. Outstanding series Cane. I have a post ready to go linking to it that I’ll roll out tomorrow or the day after.

    On the issue of women being seen as having the right (as divine creators) to abort their children, there are shades of Jeremiah (and Isaiah & Romans) here:

    The word which came to Jeremiah from the Lord, saying, 2 Arise, and go down to the potter’s house, and there I will cause thee to hear my words. 3 Then I went down to the potter’s house, and, behold, he wrought a work on the wheels. 4 And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the potter: so he made it again another vessel, as seemed good to the potter to make it.

    5 Then the word of the Lord came to me, saying, 6 O house of Israel, cannot I do with you as this potter?

    — Jeremiah 18:1-6 KJV

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