Recently, Family Planning New Zealand shared a video from The Global Goals. The video features a cover of Wannabe which was a hit for the 90’s all-girl-band The Spice Girls. The video also features a series of slogans, slogans of what these groups want for women.
Over the next few posts, I hope to explore each of these slogans.
What do The Global Goals want for women?
First, they want to:
End Violence Against Girls
Straight away this seems inconsistent with Family Planning New Zealand‘s pro-abortion-choice stance. I wonder if they realise just what it would look like to end violence against ALL girls regardless of the girl’s size, level of development, environment, or degree of dependency?
I wonder if they realise that statistically, about half of all terminated pregnancy’s end the life of a preborn girl in an exceptionally violent manner.
What about the reality that one of the services they militantly advocate does violence towards girls that are pregnant?
Often, women facing a crisis pregnancy view their only choice as an abortion-choice. What’s more, organisations such as Family Planning New Zealand are hesitant to inform their clients of other options.
Many women, upon having abortions, do so without informed consent. It’s not that they don’t give their consent, but that their consent is not fully informed. Family Planning New Zealand is notoriously partial and bias.
What do I want for women?
I want and end to ALL violence towards ALL girls. I want this regardless of a girls size. And I want this regardless of a
I want this regardless of a girls size. And I want this regardless of a girls level of development. And I want this regardless of a girls environment. And I want this regardless of a girls degree of dependency.
I want this to mean the end of abortion. Abortion is a violent act against women. Abortion has significant physical and emotional consequences. These consequences leave women hurting and broken. These consequences often lead to a form of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder which reeks havoc on the lives of women and their family.