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A feminist magazine is calling on white women to abort their babies in order to stop the spread of white supremacy. They ask that these women raise colored children instead.

Medusa Magazine, a feminist blog, published an article that resulted in a huge backlash from readers of the site. In the article, they first argue that abortion is a misunderstood concept, and why the pro-choice movement should abandon the argument that abortion is a constitutional right because the constitution was written by racist white men.  

Columnist, Nicole Valentine, writes “it is critical to understand that the appeal to abortions being “Constitutional” reinforces white supremacy. There is no way around it. The Constitution was drafted and signed by white men, for white men.”

She goes on to say that “women of color” don’t have as much access to abortion facilities as white women, and “women of color simply do not have the absolute choice when it comes to their bodies.”

She continued, “It has been proven that the embedded systems of white supremacy do not act impartially to all women. Because white supremacy prevents women of color from their freedom to choose, we must level the playing field by other means.”

However, Valentine never cites any sources to back up these claims. According to the CDC, in 2013 black females accounted for 35% of the nation’s abortions, even though blacks only make up 13.3% of the population. The number comes out to 128,682 black abortions. But it’s likely to be much higher because this was only gathered from 29 reporting areas.  

Next, Valentine tells progressive, white women to quit being hypocritical and to abort their children.

“If you claim to be progressive, and yet willingly birth white children by your own choice, you are a hypocrite.”

Valentine says that after the abortions happen, these women should be encouraged to look after colored children.

“White women: instead of devoting your time and energy to white children who will reinforce the struggles of women of color, how about asking women of color in what ways you can assist them in their self-liberation? How about adopting children of color who have lost their parents to the destructive white supremacist society that you have enabled and encouraged?”

She believes; however, murder is the only solution right now. 

“But in circumstances in which termination and generation are the options, it is best to take advantage of your right to choose, and abort in favor of assisting women of color.”

Valentine concluded by stating that women should move beyond “pro-choice.” She said society is now in an era of “pro-future,” in which white supremacy must end.  “Being pro-future is the next step in women’s liberation. Do your part, white women: end white supremacy.”   

A couple of readers have suggested that Medusa is supposed to be satire. One reader wrote, “This website is satire, PCC. The site is registered in the name of one Elijah Adiasany. This is the guy who runs the website Age of sh**lords. Looking further: https://www.sockt.com/php/ageofshitlords.com or here: http://whois.easycounter.com/ageofshitlords.com

“Age of sh**lords is a website that is dedicated to criticizing these “SJW” types.”

There is a chance the site is a hoax, though the reader has yet to say how he figured out that Medusa was registered in the name of Adiasany. However, it’s troubling that it has reached a point where people can no longer differentiate between the leftists and the trolls.  

But the magazine insists they’re a legit site. They replied to one of the readers to confirm that they’re genuine, despite their outlandish views.

They wrote, “Medusa Magazine is a blog that espouses feminist ideology. We make no apologies for this, and we stand by everything we publish.”

“That being said, the views expressed in each article belong to the author(s) alone. We would however never have published any of the articles if we didn’t think they had any value to add to intellectual discourse. Even the articles that you describe as “over the top” have started a discussion and debate online about important issues that need to be discussed.”

 

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