I really don’t like inconsistency in arguments. Modern feminists annoy me because they talk about the importance of women’s rights yet turn a blind eye to how women are treated in the Islamic world. They are happy to attack the patriarchy of other religions, such as Christianity, but will not challenge Islam in any way, shape or form. Equally, feminist attitudes towards abortion, and their arguments that it is a woman’s right to choose and her body, need to be taken to the logical conclusion.
For their arguments to make sense they need to be consistent. They cannot, on the one hand, praise a woman who had two abortions in one year and call her decision “brave” and her article about her experience a “truth bomb”, and on the other hand condemn a woman who, for the exact same reasons, killed her newborn baby.
As pointed out in the below opinion piece, the difference between what Emile Weaver did and what happens in late-term abortion clinics all over America, was only a few minutes. How is it that one act is legal and applauded as a feminist act while the other is seen as criminal and punished severely?