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a still from everyday feminism's comic, 'the hypocrisy of pro-life rhetoric'
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Brushstrokes: The Hypocrisy of Pro-Life Rhetoric

Pro-life arguments have invoked faith and religion to decry a person’s right to seek an abortion, and the right to decide what to do with one’s body. But, as Everyday Feminism’s comic, The Hypocrisy of Pro-Life Rhetoric breaks it down for us, it is not with religion or faith where the problem lies. Rather, it is the prejudices and biases of people that inform pro-life arguments, most of which are made only to sustain a narrow world view and a rejection of difference and diversity.

 

This comic was originally published on Everyday Feminism

 

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