If you’re reading this, and if you’re pregnant, depending on the situation, you may be one of three things: sad because you didn’t plan this, angry because someone raped you for this, and/or happy and congratulatory because someone loved you and this is the result.
I hate to say it, but sometimes in the first two scenarios, abortion is the only option. Think of these following profiles:
1. A baby is left at a fire station and adopted by a rich white family. The baby grows into a young child, asking, “Why don’t I look like Mommy and Daddy?” The adoptive parents decide not to tell the child that the teenage girl gave her up because she’s blind, was too young to support her, and the parents of the girl threatened her with more rape and abuse. Then the child goes looking for Mom and finds out about Dad, and the whole thing comes tumbling down.
2. Baby is adopted in an open family situation, but birthmother was raped by her brother. The baby could suffer complications. These include Fumarase deficiency or chromosomal defects that would make the baby incompatible with life itself. If the baby is carried to term, born, and dumped with an adoptive family, they could, like the families of puppy mill survivors be spending millions of dollars to make their precious little one well again, or having to bury the child in the case of rare genetic disorders.
3. Baby is carried by mother who can’t have kids. Or the mother’s life and health are at risk. Imagine if a mother died in childbirth. This happens much more than Americans want to believe it does, but it does. If Mom dies in childbirth, Dad will have to raise Baby on his own, pay Mom’s funerary bills, and live with tons of regret. Baby will likely be abused if disabled or female, and the father will blame himself for many years for killing his wife by making her have his baby. He will try and find a new wife, but that could result in a Cinderella. No, I won’t have this.
4. Many of my disabled friends reported abuse on Facebook. Imagine one of them getting a miscarriage under the new Georgia legislation. You can’t blame a girl for body reactions to a fetus in the womb. The girl’s blood type could be incompatible with the baby, a condition known as RH incompatibility. Doctors have to treat this before the baby is possibly miscarried.
Under recent new abortion legislation, we women could become handmaids for abusive commanders. This is the most unacceptable thing a woman can endure. IF someone raped me, and it was a boy, I’d have to get rid of the baby. I don’t want to bring a second rapist on top of the baby’s supposed father into a picture like that. Trenton would be furious if a baby from another man was within me, on top of which the father being the relative. I’m only half biological and my bio dad has not been named or confirmed, no medical things read to me. Yuck. But today, I’m happy I live in Colorado. Abortion is a constitutional right, and Roe V. Wade will stand. Women need to put white good ole’ boys in their hellish place, where they won’t be hanging around women, but other guys. If they impregnate a female guard, let them rot if the guard says, “Hey inmate, I got an abortion. You raped me.” The inmate, a white man who might have been accused of rape in the past, could tell her she’s wrong, but the law in Alabama is not enforceable. Even the Governor admits it. But does Governor Ivy have any clue about the disabled female victims of sexual assault, rape, and incest in families? Look at how many times someone wrote under the hashtag #whyIdidn’treport. Many many times, the abuser is family, and they went inside their victims, penetrating them. One victim got pregnant, though she kept her baby, and the woman’s family took care of the baby. She has since gotten married to a good guy, had a son, and done what she’s needed to do.
However, the baby being a girl, I don’t think the lady needed to worry as much. However, incestuous products usually do have a lot of health issues, issues that could cost insurers and taxpayers thousands, if not millions, of bucks. Bucks, which are hard to come by! Dough you can’t roll in these days!
Planned Parenthood has been a great organization or decades. I believe googling them is a first step to planning your family. If you need a good resource, look them up.
Some women might get suicidal over carrying a baby to term, so here’s the suicidal hotline thing if you need it:
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Download the Not Okay app for on demand with your crew help with suicidal thoughts/depression.