This is the results of the #Metoo movement. Women trying to justify their behavior by not taking responsibility for their actions,

According to Yahoo Celebrity, actress Minka Kelly is a brave hero for coming out about her abortion and claiming it was the best decision she ever made.

On Wednesday night, Alabama lawmakers and its Governor passed an abortion law banning the practice with no acceptions. Doctors or anyone performing the act could get up to 99 years in prison. Of course, Democrats have been speaking out all day including the Hollywood club.

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Kelly, 38-year-old actress from TV’s Friday Night Lights and Charlie’s Angels decided to tell her abortion story and is being hailed a hero for coming forth.

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So she’s a hero now? I don’t think so. If she were heroic, she and her boyfriend would have grown up and accepted the responsibility of the child they made. They both knew exactly what caused her to get pregnant. So if you’re not willing to take the risk of getting pregnant, then don’t have sex. That goes for men and women alike.

Kelly wrote that she and her partner were “too young and completely ill-equipped — with no means or help from family” to raise a baby. Having it “would have only perpetuated the cycle of poverty, chaos, and dysfunction I was born into.” Apparently, celebrities have never heard of adoption.

Here is her Instagram declaration:


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When I was younger I had an abortion. It was the smartest decision I could’ve made, not only for myself & my boyfriend at the time, but also for this unborn fetus. For a baby to’ve been born to two people — too young and completely ill equipped — with no means or help from family, would have resulted in a child born into an unnecessary world of struggle. Having a baby at that time would have only perpetuated the cycle of poverty, chaos and dysfunction I was born into. Forcing a child to be born to a mother who isn’t ready, isn’t financially stable, was raped, a victim of incest (!!), isn’t doing that theoretical child any favors. For those of you insisting abortion is murder, and to Rep. Terri Collins who said “an unborn baby is a person who deserves love and attention” — forget bringing up the mother might be in need of some “love and attention.” What do you think happens to these kids who end up bouncing around in foster care, live on government assistance because the mother has no help, can’t afford childcare while she works a minimum wage job, and is trapped in a cycle of trying to survive on the meager government assistance so many of you same pro-lifers are determined to also take away. If you insist on forcing women to carry to term, why do you refuse to talk about comprehensive sex-ed, the maternal mortality rate, free daycare, paid maternity leave? Our lives, traumas & family planning is for no one to decide but us. Certainly not a group of old white men. Speaking of men… With all this punishment for women I wonder where all the punishment is for the men in this scenario. By looking at the photo of all the men who are making this mess, I find it hard to believe that if it were the autonomy of a man’s body, health and life in question, I cant help but be certain we wouldn’t be having this conversation in the first place. I appreciate seeing men speak up on this issue – women do not get pregnant alone. Lest we forget, outlawing abortion has never stopped women from attempting it. @abortionfunds @yellowfund & @EmergeAmerica @emilys_list @runforsomethingnow who work 2 elect pro-choice candidates. #YouKnowMe

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‘Women do not get pregnant alone’… so why do many make the decision alone to terminate the baby? It boggles my mind that Democrats and the media seem to glamorize abortion and demonize those who oppose it. It is unnatural, and because you admit you had one does not make you some hero on the crusade for women’s rights. I do not judge people; I love people. I have made many many mistakes. I love people who have made mistakes. I cannot and will never endorse the act of abortion, although I love my neighbor regardless.

If ending the life of your unborn child was the “smartest” decision you’ve ever made, that says a lot about your decisions. And no, that decisions was not “best” for your unborn child. Ending its life isn’t a good thing.

Calling that brave is an insult to those who are brave and do heroic things. Fighting crime or fires is brave: having an abortion is not. Again, I cast no judgment on those who go that route. Just do not call it brave, because it is not — the end.




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