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March 17, 2006

Home-Grown Horror

Filed under: News — lmwalker @ 12:09 pm

I certainly won’t dignify the woman enough to up her Google rating, but check out the folly of Molly Blythe:

A feminist blogger has posted explicit directions online for a surgical abortion, in reaction to the new South Dakota law all but banning the procedure . . .

In an interview, the blogger said South Dakota’s recent ban on abortion — even in cases of rape and incest — prompted her post, “For the Women of South Dakota: An Abortion Manual.” The blogger, who has no medical background, said she has been compiling instructions for several years. She observed an actual abortion, interviewed providers and read medical texts, she said.

She hopes to illustrate the horror of abortion if Roe vs. Wade is overturned. Frankly, I think her twisted little post amply illustrates the horror of abortion in general. The procedure is the same.

She posts the disclaimer that “I am posting this as information only. Whether anyone chooses to act upon this information is their own concern.” However, she also clearly states that “If you are careful and diligent, and have a good grasp of a woman’s anatomy you will not put anyone’s health or life in danger, even if you have not seen one of these procedures performed.”

Wow. She’s a fool. Even the CDC acknowledges that 300 to 800 women die per every 100,000 legally induced abortions. All this 21-year-old chica needs is for someone to use her “medical” instructions, die, and sue her and her family and her family’s families for everything they own.

She will get no sympathy from me.

(Her site is mollysavestheday(DOT)blogspot(DOT)com/2006/02/for-women-of-south-dakota-abortion.html. I’ve added a post, which she may or may not approve for publication.)



  1. All this 21-year-old chica needs is for someone to use her “medical” instructions, die, and sue her…

    How does that work? 🙂

    Frankly, if you perform surgery with nothing but a web site for a guide, natural selection says you deserve to kick the bucket. Wouldn’t it be easier to drive to Minnesota?

    Comment by Toly — March 17, 2006 @ 1:41 pm

  2. Yes, what Toly said.

    I would find it troubling if she could be sued for posting informational materials like that.

    Comment by Troy — March 17, 2006 @ 5:12 pm

  3. You are probably both right, but what about those activist judges? 😉

    Comment by laura — March 17, 2006 @ 5:42 pm

  4. Sheesh, Laura, all you had to do was wait a few minutes.

    Comment by Toly — March 17, 2006 @ 5:51 pm

  5. Your concern for women with unwanted pregencies is touching. Now you will have to excuse me as I find myself getting just a bit misty eyed from all this unabashed sentiment.

    Comment by Howard R — March 20, 2006 @ 8:44 am

  6. I was checking out her blog and I noticed that most of it was about pro-choice. So I think the woman’s just obsessed with the topic and most like had more than one in her teen years. But I’m not one to judge. No, that’s not true, I am a judging person. I love telling people their faults if I think they’re moronic dolts.
    But that’s not the point, the real point is some 13, or 14, year old girl is going to come across that site and print out the “new found way”. Then go out and snock with the nearest guy with working body parts, most likely unprotected. Then they get pregnant and use their new way to get out of trouble…need I keep going? Can you finish this scenario? Something goes wrong and only trouble can ensue.
    The woman’s not liberating a soul, just letting boys know that it’s now perfectly okay to rape and what not “…cause there’s a cure!…”
    She’s a fool and an a– in any sane person’s book. and I frankly think that the more we block her from getting on people’s sites and such the less likely that she’ll be heard without going media. and it’s not like she can do much to stop us from stopping her, it’s perfectly legal for us to basically make her taboo to the internet world.
    She is not safe.

    Comment by Alistair A. — March 20, 2006 @ 9:01 am

  7. MR. R!!!!!!! and here I thought you had left me to be without someone to make a fool of! (yes that ended with a preposition, so what?)
    you, as a married man, really have no say in the matter. If you were single, and a woman, I might actually read what you will, undoubtedly, say about the issue.

    Comment by Alistair A. — March 20, 2006 @ 9:04 am

  8. Howard, you are back! I hope you are feeling better!

    Comment by laura — March 20, 2006 @ 6:19 pm

  9. I don’t follow — why do Howard’s sex and marital status have anything to do with this topic? Or am I missing a reference?

    Comment by Toly — March 23, 2006 @ 12:15 am

  10. point to you, Toly. sorry Mr.R, go ahead and post away.

    Comment by Alistair A. — March 23, 2006 @ 4:35 pm

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