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Something Joyfull said, is the basis for this blog.

Do you know an abused pregnant women? I never gave this scenario any thought, but I can hear it in my head. You know sometimes we don’t feel that there is anything sexy about our bodies when we are pregnant, but that doesn’t give anyone male or female the right to abuse us. I can see this happening to a teenage mother only because she probably feels bad because of abandonment and ridicule from the father and possibly her own parents. Can you imagine a grown woman going through this and worst of all she doesn’t feel worthy enough to seek help from anyone in her family let alone her doctor. Do you know an abused pregnant women?

Are there signs of such abuse? I don’t know but I’m willing to do some research and meanwhile ask for your input!



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      Astra wrote Jan 11, 2009
    • Yes, I know an abused pregnant woman.  Problem is, she isn’t pregnant now.

      She called me on mother’s day in such a state that I opened my office to see her.  Never met her before.  

      Thirty years previously, on Mother’s Day, her abusive husband knocked her down, kicked her in the stomach and murdered her unborn child.

      Her pain was overwhelming.  

      The first time a man uses a four letter word, women get out.  It’s downhill from there.  It only takes one blow to destroy a life, through death or brain/other injury.

      I know other pregnant women bullied into abortion clinics by their own mothers.

      Time the “Domestic” was taken out of “domestic violence”



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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Jan 11, 2009
    • I don’t know of one and I am sure there are some.  I used to pray in front of the abortion mill and I saw women cried when they walked in because they were forced by either parents or significant others.  

      I can imagine unexpected pregnancy could be hard on some and their families.  It is hard on the mother with the physical side of it and if she cannot get other support, how terrible.



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      Astra wrote Jan 11, 2009
    • Chinadoll,

      The terrible tragedy is that abortion is being foisted on women as a “choice.”
      I used to pray outside the abortuaries and watch the red boxes of dismembered babies taken out in the evening.

      Feminism must be about upholding and protecting femininity  per se, not allowing men to shirk the consequences of their concupiscence.

      Feminism became focused on allowing women to be the object of  mens’ carnal gratification  while accepting all the consequences of their unleashed self interest.

      Your English is excellent, by the way.



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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Jan 11, 2009
    • Thank you Astra.  I am learning as I go.  It is back to the basic - some of them do not view fetus has a life and it is a gift fro the Divine.  It is so sad.  I always think, “What if that baby is to become the next President or some noble person?” Yet, he/she is aborted and have no chance.  So sad and hurt.



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