I heard from npr that American women are dying at high rates from maternal mortality. After doing some research, the outcome of which is shared in the above video and in this previous article, it’s clear that it’s a sob story to petition for more “rights,” namely, abortion.
As radical feminists like Jessica Valenti suggest the dangers of childbirth make abortion a necessary option for women, I come to a stark realization: we might have forgotten how to have kids normally.
Traditional people’s didn’t get morning sickness during childbirth. They had little trouble with the process of childbirth, but they did lose more children overall, especially when poverty was concerned.
Today, 1 in 3 American women don’t even give birth. A doctor opens them up and pulls out a baby from inside her womb. Was this child ever “born” in the first place? It’s likely an issue of semantics, as I’m one of those c-section babies, but I wonder if I’d be any different if I was born normally, unlike 33% of Americans.#
The sob story that is maternal mortality is not only fake news, it’s a PR campaign to continue to destroy families with the cancer that is feminism. With hideous creatures like Amy Schumer (she looks disgusting) sharing videos of her vomiting while harboring a baby, which has a high chance of being dead when it comes out (stillbirth risk goes up after 35–Amy is 37), unless it dies beforehand anyway from not wanting to have Amy as a mother, the message young women continue to receive is: focus on your career, you can always have a kid later.
But it’s not true. You can’t, without medical intervention at least. And that drives up costs, makes childbirth way more painful that it should be, increases her risk of death, and increases her use of unnecessary ‘services’ like abortion. It also fails to do one thing: support families. What man in his right mind wants to have his first child with a 35 year old woman? That’s just absurd.
Men are losing their senses, as are women. I saw a very young girl last night at a cafe. She was with her boyfriend, but her sexuality was so apparent and my drive was stimulated from looking at her. She was probably 19-20. Fair, blonde, but most importantly, she had very few blemishes on her face. Her skin was glowing in a way that is only seen in women between the ages of 18-24 (give or take a few years–I once dated a half-Korean woman aged 27 who’s skin would put most American college-faring women to shame, regardless of their race as these women are riddled with acne due to their lack of self-care).
When she is 35, she won’t be as attractive, period. I wouldn’t want to knock her up then. I want to knock her up now. I don’t normally see women as healthy as her, so I was happy to see it and had to look away and stay focused, as I was working on setting up this blog.
Imagine if she and her boyfriend go through life focusing on their careers rather than building a family. That’s exactly what has driven the fertility rate to 1.7 in the US. The trend isn’t stabilizing. It’s going down, and it’s primarily due to women under 20 having fewer kids.
This is the society we live in, and I dutifully criticize it in the pursuit of truth.