Repeat after me. Messing with nature has consequences. OK? It’s not that difficult. Let’s even take morality out of the picture entirely. Messing with natural processes has consequences.
Liberals seem very willing to accept this truism when it comes to things like global warming and fracking but resistant when it comes to things like abortion and contraception. In both instances we’re talking about very complicated systems. So maybe it we called abortion “fracking” the blob of tissue, maybe they’d respond.
But for some reason, we’re not supposed to even suspect that monkeying with our bodily systems could have some ramifications, never mind negative ones. That’s why women who’ve been on the pill for years are stunned when they can’t get pregnant after two months of “trying.”
Here’s another point, even if you’re a straight up secular Darwinists it seems to me that you would have us believe that the whole of nature is set up for the end goal of procreation. But then you would also hold the thought that there would be no Darwinian ramification for thwarting the end goal of life? Seriously?
Anyway, a new study is showing a link between abortion and breast cancer. I shudder when I think about how many women have been told that there are no physical or psychological consequences of abortion. I shudder. And then I pray.
And I am confirmed that pro-life is pro-woman.
Christian Newswire reports:
A French study on women with mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, which are associated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancers, shows “the clearest dose effect of any (abortion-breast cancer) study.” Professor Joel Brind (Baruch College, City University of New York)
“Communist China’s one child per couple policy is at least partially responsible for its escalating breast cancer rates, according to at least two studies. Researchers expect an epidemic of 2.5 million cases of breast cancer by 2021 among women from the One Child Generation who will then be between the ages 55 and 69.” (Karen Malec, president of the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer)
Studies from France and China have reported that breast cancer risk climbs with number of abortions. Demonstrating a “dose effect” is considered an “important measure of credibility” for establishing a cause-effect relationship.