Abortion protests itself at Florida Gulf Coast University (video)
The best way to protest abortion is to let abortion protest itself. CBR’s Gregg Cunningham:
We don’t protest abortion. We expose abortion. Abortion protests itself.
It was certainly true at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) yesterday. Link to TV news coverage/video here. Quote:
The images are so graphic and disturbing some students left school for the day.
Wow. They really can’t handle the truth. But if abortion is such a great thing for women and for society and even for children, why do pictures of it make people so upset?
Interesting student comments:
- Kaley Dietrich: “It makes you feel uncomfortable. It makes you not feel safe on campus.” [FAB: Dietrich feels uncomfortable because she has a functioning conscience. She feels “not safe” because she can’t handle the truth and wants it to go away.]
- Mike Malat: “It’s pretty disruptive … to have these big things shoved in your face all the time. I mean you’re hear to learn objectively on what you want to learn.” [FAB: Malat thinks that truth is disruptive. He’s right; truth disrupts lying. Note how effective the pictures are. We go to FGCU every year or two, but in Malat’s mind, it’s “all the time.”]
- Kaley Dietrich: “Were not trying to limit their free speech, … But we do want students to be able to choose whether they see these images or not.” [FAB: In other words, Dietrich wants to choose which images get seen and which do not.]
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