Some things are so patently absurd, so over the top irrational, that you just marvel at them. The latest example of that is, in their ire over the Roe decision, left-wing females threatening to withhold their romantic charms from males. I mean, where do I begin?
First off, women who are upset they can’t get abortions in some states would logically expect someone to get them pregnant at some point. Look at the majority of them. Is this a viable expectation?
Let’s put our cards on the table. As leftism can’t even define what a woman is anymore, it has become an abrogation of femininity. And femininity is attractive to males. It is the difference between the attraction level of Whoppi Goldberg and Candace Owens, of Joy Behar and Kristi Noem. Granted, AOC and young Nancy Pelosi are outliers.
It’s why few men, outside of a hilarious episode of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, go to abortion rallies to find female companionship. The pickings are few.
And since, as noted above, the entire concept of womanhood is indefinable by the left, female leftists slide into modes of presentation and behavior that don’t exactly put them on the Maxim Hot 100 list. Thus again, their chances of sober men pursuing them to a degree that would result in pregnancy is iffy at best.
Now you’re thinking, this chauvinist swine better be an Adonis if he can blithely make these judgments. Hardly. But then, I don’t go around promising to withhold sex. If I did, no doubt my girlfriend would greatly appreciate it.
Of course, the LGBT community has gotten in on the question. But why? Why do lesbians need to be concerned about abortions in the first place, as their lifestyle negates an essential aspect of the process? If they decide to get pregnant through artificial insemination, then they likely have extensively planned for it. So what’s the problem? Where would arise an unexpected or unwanted pregnancy?
The most amusing part of this Lysistrata ploy (Lysistrata is an ancient Greek play by Aristophanes, originally performed in classical Athens in 411 BC. It’s an account of a woman’s mission to end the Peloponnesian War by denying all the men of the warring parties any sex.) is that it gives social conservatives what they have been desiring for generations: A reversal of the sexual revolution to the bygone days of provincial chastity. Way to go to uberleft abortion fans, you’ve given the most Bible belty hellfire and damnation Baptist pastor precisely what he wants.
Which is fitting, because a bluestocking is a bluestocking be they leftist or of the WCTU variety. For the millionth time supposedly opposed extremists come all the way around in their zaniness to meet somewhere orbiting Neptune.
So the abstinence gambit is empty because generally no straight guy wants to have sex with baying viragos who bear a striking resemblance to William Frawley. What horrific threat will screechy Bolshevik girls come up with next? A vow of silence to deprive us of their wisdom? Okay, that one might work.