Their cause is hopeless but they keep stomping their little feet and SHRIEEEEKING.
Case in point: the Parental Consent campaign, a co-masturbation between Saskatchewan ProLife and Dominionist ARPA.
They've been told repeatedly that it ain't gonna happen, yet they persist.
One might find this pathetic or even quixotically amusing.
The campaign continues to disseminate harmful LIES.
Yesterday, it tweeted this statement: "Abortion has a profound impact on adolescent girls," accompanied by this graphic.
There it is again: Parental Consent wants pregnant teens to give up their autonomy to provide someone with a baybeeee.
But they're lying in the process, as I pointed out by replying with this link to a study from 2012.
Getting a legal abortion is much safer than giving birth, suggests a new U.S. study published Monday.Explicitly contrary to what Parental Consent would have teens believe -- staying pregnant is 14 times more lethal than choosing abortion.
Researchers found that women were about 14 times more likely to die during or after giving birth to a live baby than to die from complications of an abortion.
Experts say the findings, though not unexpected, contradict some state laws that suggest abortions are high-risk procedures.
But what is that website at the bottom of the graphic? I'd never heard of Back to Life Canada.
It's a website created in November 2012 to
A little more digging revealed that our old pal Faytene Variable Last Name, most recently Grasseschi, is a prime mover.
Weird group, weird activities.
The website contains the requisite Risks of Abortion page, on which the usual bogus and nauseatingly often debunked claims are made.
Then there's The Walkers, a group of 25 women, first names only, most with pictures, and, oddly, ethnic identities. For example, Chinese Canadian, Anglo Canadian, Metis Canadian, French Canadian, and Barbadian Canadian are listed, but two women who look black are identified as Anglo Canadian, which may describe their language but huh?
(Faytene herself does not appear.)
And they have a Big Field Trip! A project called Back to Life Cambodia.
Back to Life Cambodia is a 2-week event that will focus on prayer, prophetic decrees, seminars, and outreaches to establish value for the life within the minds and hearts of the Cambodian people.
The trip was set for May 17-31, 2015, at a cost of only $500 which does not include accommodation, meals, airfare, travel insurance or Cambodian visa but does include .... ?
The page contains a video report from its inaugural 2014 field trip, but contains nothing from 2015.
I looked and found ... more nothing.
Did they not go? Did they get lost? Did the good people of Cambodia tell them to get stuffed and go home?
Inquiring minds. . .