North Carolina’s 2019 legislative session closed with uncertainty about the fate of Medicaid expansion in the state, along with the fate of the millions of taxpayer dollars that don’t belong in the hands of fake clinics.
Amy Coney Barrett is no a champion for women, survivors, and those seeking reproductive health care. At every turn, she has shown that she will side with the anti-feminist and anti-abortion groups who are backing her Supreme Court nomination.
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Intersectionality Threatens the Anti-Abortion Movement Because It Challenges White Men’s Ill-Gotten Power
Beyond misunderstanding intersectional feminism, it’s clear that “pro-life” leaders are fanning the flames of gender panic, racial dog whistles, and Christian fundamentalism to shore up their base.
The more society lets ‘pro-life’ extremists get away with advocating hate in the name of Jesus, the more the mainstream conservative movement moves increasingly toward outright fundamentalism.
A Changing of the Guard Doesn’t Mean Texas’ Fake Clinics Will Start Providing Quality, Non-Biased Care
Human Coalition’s work promises its funders that it will reach women “most likely” to obtain abortions, and uses the model of their seven fake clinics operating nationally, of which two are mobile units, which are coach busses that fake clinic chains convert into roving ultrasound rooms. They’ll park outside of real clinics or on college campuses in their tricked-out RVs, all to trick people out of seeking the care they need.
They've said it countless times, both in efforts to diminish the work of early feminists and to bolster an argument for “pro-life feminism,” which isn’t even a thing. But recent comments made by the President of Human Coalition – a chain of anti-abortion fake clinics – struck a nerve.
We didn’t expect them to appreciate the spotlight we shined on their shady tactics and some repugnant statements by their founder Brian FIsher, but we didn’t quite expect them to change the name of their fake clinics!
It is hard to believe that Pennsylvania public schools not only allow but are paying groups like Human Coalition to come in and push their skewed views of sexuality. But what does this “education” actually entail?
What it all comes down to is the pervasive and repugnant view that certain people are more deserving of what this country has to offer than others, and those tend to be white, Christian people, especially those who were born (or I guess in Brian’s mind, fertilized) on U.S. soil.
Here's what you need to know: Anti-abortion fake clinics are dangerous.
White Supremacy and the Pro-Life Movement, Part 2: There’s Real Nazis Out There, Stop Calling Abortion Rights A “Holocaust”
Their rhetoric of a holocaust is meant to spur emotional action, and while some abortion opponents channel their emotional urges into pressing the ‘donate’ button to fund fake clinics like Human Coalition, others see the necessary as taking a clinic worker’s life in “defense” of a fetus.