University of Cincinnati ProChoice Group Exploits Women With Giant Posters of Women's Genitals To Protest Against ProLife Abortion Posters
This group of pro-abortionists are upset over seeing actual pictures of aborted human beings and fetus in the womb, that in retaliation they use naive college students to exploit themselves with graphic pictures of their biological body parts?
I don't see the connection other than the vagina being the body location where most live births are delivered[unless a C-section is required] and where abortionists enter women to destroy a living and growing human being. Other than that they are exploiting women's bodies. It is pornographic to display women in such a manner and call it art or a form of protest for women's rights to abortion.
Abortion is gruesome and if they dislike it so much perhaps they shouldn't support women having them, as not only are human lives destroyed and killed, but many women regret their abortions and always wonder "what if".
Abortion and death are forever, why take the risk of ending your own life in the process. Legal abortions aren't always safe for the mother and fetus. 99.9% of the time the fetus will die, but the majority of women will also suffer a loss and live with that regret.
"The University of Cincinnati has given the green light to a pro-choice group to put on an outdoor display of female genitalia posters on campus amid vocal opposition from anti-abortion activists.
The college’s LGBTQ Alliance and UC Feminists say the 12 photos of vaginas are meant to cause discussion aimed at discrimination and exploitation of women’s bodies.
The project called Re-envisioning the Female Body also wants to counter a pro-life demonstration on campus last year that featured giant posters of aborted fetuses.
|Controversial: Twelve billboard-sized photographs of vaginas have been placed outside McMicken Hall on the University of Cincinnati campus as part of a pro-choice exhibit|
|Artistic retaliation: The vagina display was put on in response to the gruesome images of fetuses brought to UC's campus by the pro-life Genocide Awareness Project last year|