The dehumanizing product of Charles Darwin and Francis Galton:
…there are no rose-colored glasses on Earth that can ignore the extent of Sanger’s relationship with eugenics. She aligned herself with eugenicists whose fixations with racial supremacy led them to attempt to impose segregation, sterilization, birth control, and abortion on “inferior races…”
HOLLYWOOD ACTRESSES BEHIND PRO-MARGARET SANGER PLANNED PARENTHOOD VIDEO
[1/18/17] Only in Hollywood, where fiction is king and leftism is the prevailing ideology, would Planned Parenthood be portrayed as a leader for racial equality and freedom. On Tuesday, Lena Dunham premiered a new Planned Parenthood promotional video entitled 100 Years via her Lenny Letter. In the video, which is animated, Hollywood elites, who are not shown, voice their support for the nation’s largest abortion provider and its founder, Margaret Sanger, who was a well-known racist eugenicist.
“This film reminds us of the tremendous progress that’s been made for women’s health and rights just days before the new president is inaugurated — and at a moment when extreme politicians are trying to defund and shut down Planned Parenthood,” Dunham, who co-directed the film, said in her newsletter.
The video celebrates Planned Parenthood’s century of business. In addition Lena Dunham, collaborators in the project include Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Schumer, Meryl Streep, America Ferrera, Constance Wu, and Mindy Kaling.
“This is the story of the incredible women who sacrificed everything to bring us safe and affordable reproductive health care,” the video’s opening title card reads.
It begins by claiming that Sanger was inspired to create Planned Parenthood while she was a nurse, when she encountered a woman who had died from complications connected to a “horribly botched abortion.”
In narration attributed to Sanger, the video continues, “When I got home, I decided I wouldn’t rest until I was able to give women the knowledge to control birth.”
The narration then continues about how Sanger gained national attention by opting for jail time over fines for running a birth control clinic. The video claims letters were sent to Sanger from women all over the country seeking advice on how to avoid pregnancy.
By 1942, Sanger established Planned Parenthood, which the video states “remained committed to serving low-income immigrant women with a sliding scale payment policy.”
This is where the video really begins to whitewash the truth about Planned Parenthood, as it does not avoid Sanger’s connections to eugenics, but attempts to sugarcoat it. It claims that Sanger worked with civil rights leaders, immigrants, and black communities as well as eugenicists.
The video defends this by saying that “eugenics was an immensely popular social movement” at the time with “the kind of widespread legitimacy Margaret craved for her own birth control campaign.”
But despite this claim, there are no rose-colored glasses on Earth that can ignore the extent of Sanger’s relationship with eugenics. She aligned herself with eugenicists whose fixations with racial supremacy led them to attempt to impose segregation, sterilization, birth control, and abortion on “inferior races.” In The Negro Project: Magaret Sanger’s Eugenic Plan for Black Americans, Tanya Green writes that Sanger built Planned Parenthood “on the ideas and resources of the eugenics movement.” Unbelievably, it was eugenicists who financed many of the early projects, including birth control clinics and “revolutionary” literature. Sanger’s own writings reflect this particular ideology:
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Here is another blaring example of the feminist far-left, in all of its disgusting, hypocritical ugliness:
Women’s March On Washington: Same Left, Different Day
…In the past two months “Stronger Together” became more than just Clinton’s campaign slogan, it materialized into a movement. The Women’s March on Washington came together because women from all walks of life want to, according to their website, “ send a bold message to our new government on their first day in office, and to the world that women’s rights are human rights. We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.”
Sounds like something we can all get behind, especially if you’re talking about the termination of a life (the ultimate marginalization to me) before its birth.
Millennials like myself are too young to have experienced the rapid growth of the feminist movement and the growing pains that came with it. What we do know from our college courses in women’s issues is that the subject of abortion is a point of division, albeit a fairly new one. For the first time, it started to look like in the face of adversity, feminists were going to be bigger than one issue. It made me believe that women were becoming a force to be reckoned with, stronger together.
That is, until the organizer’s of the Women’s March on Washington decided to disinvite a group of women. Feminists, telling women, they couldn’t be apart of their cause. Why? Because they’re pro-life…
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