• Victoria Robinson

WOMEN HAVE THE POWER

LADIES: This blog may make me less popular or cause me to lose friends, but I’m going to have to say it anyway. Because I want to see paradigms shifted, I want to hear about women making better choices for themselves. You see, I’m not here to be popular, and although having friends, the truth is more important than either.

Excluding the brutal act of rape, which accounts for less than 1% of unplanned pregnancy, if you want to be 100% assured you won’t get pregnant, then DO NOT HAVE SEX. It’s worth saying here that some unborn children who are conceived as a result of rape pay a higher price than their rapist fathers, who should be punished to the fullest extent of the law and die in prison. No child should die for the sins of their parent. But that’s another post. The only full proof birth control is abstaining from sex. Period. Sugar coat it all day long, that is a fact. We should be prepared as well, that many birth control methods fail. Whether we like it or not, we are the ones who get pregnant, NOT MEN, no matter how they identify. That means if we don’t want to be faced with an unplanned pregnancy, if we aren’t ready to be mothers or we don’t ever want children at all, we must take some responsibility and make better choices, including the choice not to have sex. If we do choose to have sex, we must keep in mind several things. He may not call the next day, you can contract an STD and you can absolutely become pregnant. Like it or not, women will always pay a bigger price when it comes to pregnancy. We can complain about this all day long, it doesn’t change the fact that God created WOMEN to carry children, not MEN. For me, that’s one of the things I celebrate as a woman. Our bodies make human beings! Our bodies are the ones that change, our hormones are the ones that go berserk, and our lives are transformed when we get pregnant and inevitably become mothers. Yes, I understand. It may not seem fair that men can shirk responsibility and many do, but it’s been like that since the beginning of time. It’s not going to change anytime soon. I’m not giving men a pass, I’m just stating reality. A girl sleeps around, she’s a slut. A guy sleeps around, he’s a hero. It’s bull💩, but it is the way it’s been for centuries. Men do NOT get pregnant, men CAN NOT get pregnant, it is impossible. I don’t care what these women who are living as men say. They are still women and only WOMEN can get pregnant. That is pure science and the way God created it. Women, we have more power than we realize. I’m not trying to tell anyone how to live their lives. If a woman wants to sleep around, that’s her business. I just think we’re better than that and much more valuable than selling ourselves short by sleeping around. I can’t speak for everyone, but I’m sick of hearing about so many women angry because they’re convinced by a multi-billion-dollar abortion industry that they have no choice but to have abortions, some even killing their babies as a form of birth control because they don’t want to be mothers, aren’t ready to be mothers or it’s not convenient for them to become a mother. They talk or act like there’s no other alternative except abortion and refuse to take responsibility for their irresponsible behavior. They act like there’s nothing they can do about it. It’s a lie. You can. Don’t get pregnant in the first place. You may feel intense anger towards me for saying this, but if you’re angry, it could actually be conviction making you angry, because in your heart, you know it’s true. I didn’t say I liked it, but that doesn’t change the fact that what I’m saying here is the truth. We have become a society that takes no responsibility for our choices. We complain about situations we could have avoided. Wonder why our country has little morality left? Wonder why we don’t value life anymore? In my opinion, this casual attitude towards sex and abortion are two of the reasons.

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