June 21, 2012

Blythe worries about War on Women

I follow the  "War on Women" through blogs and on facebook. I am worried, how can this be? in 2012 and in America?!
It makes me more worried to see that other contries are being inspired by the GOP, for example Turkey  and also in Israel the Uterus is considered a state property already years and years, oh, with one conditions - it must be a jewish uterus.

Kobi is also a feminist, radical feminist to be exact and she is very concerned from what she reads in Ms. magazine. Here in this photo she reads back  issue winter 2010


 

4 comments:

Jenifar said...

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Anonymous said...

Hi,

Note: I hope this hasn't posted twice - the first time didn't succeed...

Anyway-
Like your blog.

Regarding pushing one into one's uterus..:) Judaism is not like Christianity or Islam - abortions are not banned (if there is a good and logical reason).

See, for instance here -
http://www.unorthodoxgymnastics.com/2012/08/my-mothers-d.html

Interesting quote: "Reb Moshe Feinstein, the late preeminent ultra-Orthodox arbiter of Jewish law, urged his followers not to join the pro-life movement because Judaism can be quite lenient when it comes to abortion. He didn't want abortions outlawed in instances where halacha would've permitted it. He wanted rabbis deciding from Jewish law to have the authority to rule pro or con without their hands being tied by a state or federal law.
When the life of a mother is at risk, the fetus can be characterized as "rodef," or as a pursuer who wishes to kill the mother, which makes it permissible to terminate. (In the name of self-defense.) But abortion requests are granted in less dire situations--the emotional well-being of a mother can be used as a reason to grant permission to terminate. (I would imagine that a rape victim easily qualifies under this.)"

Sorry that this was a bit longish - just wanted to show that things aren't always as they seem.... :-)

Teegee

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