I made a tribute to some of the dudes that come out to tell women what they should and shouldn’t do with their bodies. It’s an interesting phenomenon. This video is more for entertainment value than anything else, using a lot of footage I’ve taken and a lot of pictures I’ve taken.
I would like to point out that while some of the male bodied/male presenting people that come out can be really horrendous and pushy and entitled, many lady protesters are worse. So don’t take this to mean that it’s all dudely dudes that come out, or that they are the worst (I think that Donna, Angela, Mary, other Mary, Pregnant Lady, etc all support the statement that female identified protesters are pretty awful). But it’s strange because none of these dudes have had a pregnancy scare (maybe their partners have had scares, but they’ve never had to pee on the stick and wait those long minutes to try and find out what’s up). They’ve never had to honestly take a step back and think “This is a decision I have to make for my own life – what is honestly the best option for me?” Maybe they’ve decided that for other pregnant people in their lives, but you get my point.
Anyways, it’s such an obvious, basic issue, but who are they to say what’s right for women? And, lets take the gender out of this and get at the biggie: what right does ANYone, male or female, have to evaluate someone else’s situation and make the “best” choice for another person?
So, without further ado, my tribute to the kind of men that are probably not very good in bed (because really, I don’t imagine that men who don’t respect women are very good at sex, respecting their partners needs, etc.):
You open my eyes about something, that I never thought of before (they must have a horrible sex life if any}. Maybe that’s why Stephanie is such a loud mouth. According to her, she a jump from bed to bed and she as not won the price or for that matter; I don’t think she will ever get it
You guys should wear jackets with big loooooong sharp spikes on them.
pretty good cinematography, I’ll admit. it’s quite a testimony, no matter what you believe, that so many men feel like abortion hurts women rather than helps them. that doesn’t prove anything is right or wrong, but it’s worth noting.
see you saturday.
I LOVE this piece! the best so far I think. Thank you.