Argentina just made abortion legal and women all over the country celebrated what they are calling a win for women’s rights.
They couldn’t be more wrong.
Legalizing abortion is far from a win for women’s rights, in fact, it is something that is incredibly dangerous for women and will result in the deaths of thousands of women because of the harm abortion causes.
What Planned Parenthood and radical feminists don’t tell you is the side effects of abortions. They intentionally neglect to inform women how much damage an abortion will do to your body both mentally and physically.
What strikes me as ironic, in a sick way, is the fact that there is such a huge push for mental health advocacy and helping people with mental health issues, yet no one talks about the mental health issues caused from abortions.
Since they won’t tell you, I will:
- Suicidal thoughts or actions
- Change in mood and behaviors
- Heavy bleeding
- Problems having children in the future
- Damage to the inside of a woman’s stomach and uterus
These are just some of the side effects women face because of abortions. They feel sad and become depressed because they have purposefully ended the life inside them. There’s a natural connection that forms between women and their children because of the pregnancy. When that is terminated, women can’t help but feel a loss, a pain, and recognize that something is wrong.
Their brain tells them the baby is gone, but their body doesn’t understand what happened. It’s not natural to purposefully end a human life. It goes against our moral compass. Whether you think abortion is okay or not, once you have one, you will feel the guilt and shame that comes with taking a life.
So no, I’m not going to celebrate Argentina legalizing abortion as a win for women’s rights, because it isn’t. All that this is going to do is encourage casual sex that will lead to even more issues and pain for women and bring an uprise in women’s deaths.
This isn’t a win, it’s a huge step backwards, one that is going to lead to the deaths and destruction of thousands of women’s lives.