Friday, January 4, 2019

From a Right to Privacy to "Shout Your Abortion"

The "Shout Your Abortion" movement.  The argument underlying Roe v. Wade (1973) was a right to privacy, much like the right to homosexual sex.  Now the need for affirmation of this choice has become like homosexuality "The love that dare not speak its name" has become the love that will never shut up.

1 comment:

  1. It's all part of the therapeutic society, combined with electronic surveillance that had it occurred 50 years ago, would have leftists demonstrating against it even more violently than they did against the Draft. In the sixties, 1984 and Big Brother was a cautionary tale. Now, the TV screens are in everyone's pocket, and Siri, Alexa and who knows how many other computer eavesdroppers are listening, waiting (now) for the owner to order something, and later, to compare expenditures to income, or purchases to a list, or contacts to a list. Big Brother is watching you.