As I was checking my Facebook timeline the other day, I noticed one of several advertisements on the right sidebar on my screen. It was an ad for Planned Parenthood, and it read, “No stress, no worries, and no more pregnancies.”
How’s that for a marketing slogan, brought to you by the number one abortion provider in America!
The message here is clear: Children are a burden, not a blessing. You, the consumer, deserve to be carefree in this world. Babies are a nuisance. And Planned Parenthood offers a variety of services that will make sure no more children enter into the picture—which (hush, hush) includes its flagship product, the dismemberment of infants in the womb.
“No stress, no worries, and no more pregnancies.” My gosh, you’d think they were selling happiness on a stick!
Speaking of sticks, this particular ad was pushing a permanent, non-reversible birth control method involving the blockage of a woman’s fallopian tubes via inserts made of polyester, nickel, and titanium. Over a period of three months after insertion, scar tissue forms in the woman’s body in response to the foreign objects blocking the fallopian tubes, thus permanently sterilizing the woman.