Abortion: the Ultimate Exploitation of Women

Abortion the Ultimate Exploitation of Women Behind the calls for women s right to choose gender equality and female empowerment lies the ugly truth that men have used abortion to subjugate and exploit women for decades Forty years after Roe v

  • Title: Abortion: the Ultimate Exploitation of Women
  • Author: Brian E. Fisher
  • ISBN: 9780989181914
  • Page: 198
  • Format: ebook
  • Behind the calls for women s right to choose, gender equality, and female empowerment lies the ugly truth that men have used abortion to subjugate and exploit women for decades Forty years after Roe v Wade, our culture that believes abortion elevates women and men have no voice But the opposite is true This book brings men face to face with the part they ve played in thBehind the calls for women s right to choose, gender equality, and female empowerment lies the ugly truth that men have used abortion to subjugate and exploit women for decades Forty years after Roe v Wade, our culture that believes abortion elevates women and men have no voice But the opposite is true This book brings men face to face with the part they ve played in the legalization and propagation of abortion in America and issues a clarion call to help bring an end to the world s most grievous holocaust.

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    1. As a post-abortive woman, I found this book incredibly encouraging; and yet, if I were a man, I’d probably find it tremendously challenging. Tracing the history of the feminist movement, Fisher minces no words yet speaks from the heart when he argues that abortion is not “a women’s issue” but rather a parental issue, a societal issue…and stems from the age-old problems of greed, blame, and self-interest. Fisher has set out, in a bold but compassionate manner, to challenge men who are d [...]

    2. An important book for men to read. Download it on the Kindle. Read it, understand it and live it. This book is filled with the Truth with a capital, bold and underlined "T"

    3. Brian Fisher lays out some compelling arguments for the abolition of abortion in America, both from a cultural/societal standpoint and a Christian standpoint, but some of his societal arguments are more compelling. Presenting our current male-dominated rape culture as the catharsis behind the so-called women-empowering right to choose abortion over life is eye-opening and convicting. As a man who has had two of his own children killed by abortion, this book touches my heart and informs me that I [...]

    4. This book is really encouraging to fight against abortion. Exposes clearly and well ordered the situation, causes, effects and actions related to this topic. We get support for claiming this issue as everybody's issue, not only women's. Discover facts related to poblation control and eugenics. A very gentle writing from this author. Totally recommended

    5. This is a tough subject to read about, and there were a few tears whilst reading, but I'm so glad that I read it! This book focuses, not on the science of life at conception or on the moral ethics involved (although those are briefly touched on), but on the political agenda of pro-abortionists, and the real destructive consequences of abortion to both men and women. While exposing the lies that the media, politicians, and society would have us believe, the author manages to give a powerful messa [...]

    6. Through his thoughtful, gentle, and challenging arguments, Mr. Fisher convinced me through this book to move from the "except in the case of" camp to the "pro-personhood" camp.Update on 12/11/2014: I'm still in the "except in the case of the life of the mother" camp, thanks to an interview of Life Training Institute's Scott Klusendorf on the Steve Deace Show on December 3, 2014. I liked Scott's explanation of ethical support (e.g in the case of something like an ectopic pregnancy) for SAVING ONE [...]

    7. This book provides a well-formed argument that abortion exploits women--not liberates them as some modern day feminists seem to suggest. Men have played a prominent role in that exploitation. Brian Fisher explores how men have played a prominent role in the growth of the abortion industry--both in leadership roles and behind the scenes--and gives clear concrete advice on how men can and should reverse the process. Men started it, men oppress with it and men can help end it.

    8. Fantastic book on the topic. Enlightening. A must read for all who are against the killing of innocent lives. And a book that will challenge every pro-abortion believer - though I doubt many will read it through.

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