On January 19, a host of the most rabidly pro-abortion organizations out there (A Is For, Lilith Fund, TEA Fund, etc.) will host an event called, exclamation point included, “A Night of a Thousand Vaginas!”
The purpose of the event, of course, is to raise money for abortion – in this case, the Texas Abortion Fund. Some of pop culture’s more crass comedians, including Sarah Silverman, Zach Galifianakis, and Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, will take to the crimson stage to advocate for the dismemberment, poisoning, and suction to death of children in the womb.
Lila Rose, Live Action’s president, comments:
If the event is supposed to raise money for abortions, why not market it as the “Night of a Thousand Abortions”? Or even more accurately, “Night to Kill a Thousand Children”? The fact is, even pro-abortion organizations recognize that their gruesome pet procedure continues to horrify most Americans – so, in this case, they try to divert attention to women’s body parts.
It’s also telling how these so-called “feminists” refer to women. Based on their approach, you would think that the pursuit of equality is about reducing women to their reproductive organs. This is insulting to women – as well as to the children they are fundraising to kill. But when you’re boosting abortion, one of the most fundamental rejections of the philosophy of equal rights, you can’t help but devalue women as a side-effect.
There is something to say for a member of the Queens of the Stone Age featuring at an event boosting abortion. It takes a true stone-age mentality – or perhaps something out of the “exposure” days of ancient Rome – to think that women benefit from destroying their babies.