The far-leftists of this country are known to let the truth about their agenda slip out and reveal who they really are in certain instances in relation to healthcare, taxation, race, and even abortion, among other issues. For instance, in September, late-night talk-show host and supposed Liberal, Jimmy Kimmel, said during one segment of his show that unvaccinated Americans ought to be barred from hospitals' emergency rooms and sent to die an agonizing death if they experience COVID-related symptoms, claiming there was an insufficient number of ICU beds. “That choice doesn't seem so tough to me. Vaccinated person having a heart attack? Yes, come right in, we'll take care of you. Unvaccinated guy who gobbled horse goo? Rest in peace, wheezy,” he “joked.” The crowd cheered enthusiastically.
In an incident a couple of weeks later, a radical immigrant group stalked Arizona Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema into a women’s washroom, where other women were using the facilities. Urged on by a male agitator, they pointed their cameras at the bathroom stall Sinema was using and captured the incident. The so-called “defenders of women” on the Left, which includes self-promoting “feminists,” sickeningly justified the troubling incident by essentially offering “her dress was too short”-type defenses of the “protesters’” actions.
This week, Americans are absorbing Monday’s news about a drafted majority decision prepared by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, who declared, “We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled.” The woke leftists are revealing who they are again. According to a report by The Insider, distraught feminists on TikTok are worrying about what Roe v. Wade potentially being overturned could mean for their “right” to “hook up” with males without responsibility.
“In case you're a man who doesn't care about roe v wade just know that if abortion gets banned hookup culture will be absolutely decimated,” TikTok user @moneymollusk wrote in a video that had an impressive 1.2 million hits in just one day. “What women would have mediocre sex with a drunk rando if he could potentially father their child,” she continued, noting that the video was aimed toward “all the pro-life men who love Plan B.”
In a separate video that was viewed by 12,000 people, fitness guru Nicki Cox declared that the debate about Roe v. Wade “isn't just for women.” She wrote, “Since about 75 percent of men only care about sex and money I hope they know that this roe v wade decision could destroy hookup culture and leave them paying 18 years of child support.”
Good grief. And the issue with that is?
The second thought that comes to mind is that the women in some of these TikTok videos seem to be completely shameless in admitting that they support the use of abortion as a means of “birth control” in order to kill an unborn baby since the woman and man involved in the hook-ups were too selfish and irresponsible to seek protection.
What’s really sickening in some of the videos documented by The Insider is that the women put the burden to protect themselves completely on their male partners–something that, ironically, has been one of the major issues since Roe v. Wade was decided. A while ago, “feminists” decided that if an individual woman became pregnant by error, it was okay to blame the man because by doing so, she could not be forced to accept the guilt of not protecting herself from having a child.
In a perfect world, each party would completely commit to having a safe sexual experience. However, the more than 60 million abortions that have occurred since Roe V. Wade demonstrate that there are literally millions of cases in which that was not the case, and the baby was forced to be the one to pay for it.
As feminists are quick to inform people about the necessity of women bearing the child and all the other things that come with the pregnancy process, they must be aware that it is women who should ensure they're protected in order to avoid pregnancy, instead of relying on their partners to accomplish it for them. It's not a perfect world, so women who are interested in engaging in casual sexual relations must make sure that the outcome of their actions will not result in pregnancies they do not want.
And assuming that current abortion laws are overturned in the U.S., why would the “hookup culture be decimated”? It doesn't need to be, so long as women use real birth control and ensure that their partners wear protective devices to guarantee they don't get pregnant accidentally. This isn't rocket science, you know.
Since so many women have shown over the past 50 years that they're not accountable for the “freedoms” they fought for during the Sexual Revolution, it would be a good thing to see less of the hook-up culture, regardless of whether or not Roe v. Wade is overturned. If they believe the best way to prevent the possibility of having an unplanned pregnancy is to avoid having informal sex, which means that there will be fewer babies aborted in the long term and fewer future radical leftists also, this is a win-win.
To feminists who are calling for “sex strikes”: We’re in complete agreement. Sorry, ladies.