US Supreme Court now equally mighty as 6 male kangaroos eating grass in a distant field
Or “Patriarchs do not have the right of governance over the uterus,” say feminists.
What do medical worker feminists say about Abortion law and USSC? What do extreme feminists say?
“Abortion is decided case by case with her and her doctor making the decision, not panels of predominantly male strangers no matter the colour of their self-appointed robes and crowns.”
What do women from the medical side say to other women?
Abortion as a form of birth control: “What you will do with your body should be your choice. But don’t try to kill your baby. See a doctor. Discuss. Learn. If you can safely carry a baby to term and deliver the baby who resulted from consenting sex, one of your choices is adoption. Killing the baby is not a choice that you have. Doctors are not permitted to do that medical procedure (killing a baby in lieu of proper planning and birth control),” citing RINJ Women, written by Geraldine Frisque.
“The problem is that a murder is committed when a person kills another human being and penalties for murder are severe,” explains ‘Angel‘ of the radical organization, Femen. “The debate among men is therefore about when a fetus becomes a human, all in the context of seeing women as a method of their breeding,” she added.
“The boisterous advancing of that domination of women is what fires up most women [translated],” Angel added.
“The other aspect,” she added, “[translated] is that men are killers if one focuses on any possible conclusion from the US Government’s explanations of why it massacred so many millions of people during its 20th century and 21st century invasions of Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Yemen, Vietnam, Korea and so on. Therefore America and Europe should shut the * up about abortion after making so many excuses about killing seven children in Afghanistan during August.”
But RINJ Women on the medical side say that “life begins when a fertilized egg embeds in the womb and thus before that time is when we try to prevent pregnancy from non-consensual or otherwise, unplanned intercourse. That includes pharmaceutical interventions, like Plan B,” says Dr. Nassima al Amouri of RINJ Women in the Middle East.
“This means that women need to stop subordinating to men and realize that having sexual contact with males is a very complicated decision in this era of human extinction threats. Bringing another baby into the world is contraindicated in most locations of the planet. Partnering should be about building sustainable communities that in the future can support children. Right now, mankind is doing a despicably bad job of caring for children, who seem to come last in every discussion these days,” she said.
Femen: “More than 50 women die every year in Argentina from complications of illegal abortions; a dangerous procedure that many must resort to due to the astronomical costs of private clinics.”
RINJ Women: “Then the problem is total government failure on two fronts: failing to make available unfettered health care; and failing to address poverty.”
Femen: “The Church, the Right, nor the macho patriarchs have any right to decide the rights of women, or to discuss our guarantees of safety and quality of our lives.”
RINJ Women: “That is true until all institutions of governance are perfectly gender equal and the discussions of rights apply gender equally.”
Hence: If a judiciary, government, or any so-called ruling body is not comprised of an equal number of males and females it lacks jurisdiction?
Women say “yes”. Abortion is decided case by case with her and her doctor making the decision, not predominantly male strangers no matter the colour of their self-appointed robes and crowns.
The Supreme Court of the United States (USSC) seems inclined to throw out a very permissive abortion ruling from a 1973 USSC panel, in favour of allowing US States to regulate this medical procedure in accordance with a local construct of what defines fetus viability and thus limiting abortions well outside the time frame within which the pregnancy would with reasonable certainty be successful.
- Associate justices (5M /3F)
- Clarence Thomas (M)
- Stephen Breyer (M)
- Samuel Alito (M)
- Sonia Sotomayor (F)
- Elena Kagan (F)
- Neil Gorsuch (M)
- Brett Kavanaugh (M)
- Amy Coney Barrett (F)
On Wednesday, the predominantly male USSC heard arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. The state of Mississippi is arguing that the Supreme Court should allow Mississippi and other American states to ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
“In 2018, Jackson Women’s Health Organization challenged the constitutionality of Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act, which prohibits nearly all abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, with limited exceptions for fetal abnormalities and medical emergencies. Both the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that the law was unconstitutional under the Supreme Court’s precedents in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, both of which recognized the constitutional right to pre-viability abortion,” the US Constitutional Accountability Center reports.
Both sides have sensible points to make about induced abortion that seem entirely irrelevant to the true matter.
“All doctors need to be very careful that patients are not using induced abortion as a method of birth control, and not being pressured to have an abortion by the ‘sperm donor’, in the particular pregnancy,” suggested Katie Alsop, a founding director of The RINJ Foundation, a global women’s rights organization.
Around the world, men are weighing in on abortion rights of American women. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., for example, said Mississippi’s limit of 15 weeks was not a “dramatic departure” from viability, and gave women enough time to make the choice to end their pregnancies.
“Being a doctor as a feminist means that women’s rights are human rights, no more, no less,” suggests Dr. Nassima al Amouri, a regional medical director for a global NGO.
“But on the matter of men trying to manage the uterus of all women, it’s getting more and more outrageous. The two sides of the argument each raise legitimate points of view related to specifics of when and how an induced abortion should be allowed but almost never argue from within the context of real medical scenarios that are actually dealt with, day to day by patients and their doctor. If one is to think about the thousands if not millions of unique scenarios presented to medical practitioners, it should seem absurd that the predominantly male US Supreme Court is trying to regulate the 160 million uteruses, in America,” she said.
“Whatever the US Supreme Court decides in the current challenge to the Roe V Wade [circa 1973] precedent, is likely irrelevant. Doctors and patents will together still make the decision about an induced termination of pregnancy for that patient,” Dr. Nassima al Amouri concluded.
“Patriarchs do not have the right of governance over the uterus,” added Katie Alsop, a founding director of The RINJ Foundation.