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Published On: Mon, May 14th, 2018

Glamour on Mother’s Day: Abortion in an act of love

In a shocking pro-abortion message on Mother’s Day, Glamour published an op-ed by DR. GHAZALEH MOAYEDI, who tweeted “Choosing an is an act of love

After bragging about the ability to perform abortions after having her own child, the Hawaii abortionist discusses the joy of being a mother with a selfishness and arrogance that has shocked the pro-life crowd: “Motherhood is a constant negotiation between mountainous joy and deep sorrow—with sorrow always threatening to swallow you whole. My joy was a privilege, one that depended on factors like my partner, my social support, and, important, my ability to choose when to parent.”

“…motherhood is a job done with intention” she says, then explaining how she looks at her patients/clients: “I recognize their abortions as an act of intentional motherhood. Choosing when to parent is an act of love. For my patients that were already parenting, I feel the deep love they had both for the children they had and for the pregnancies they were ending. Choosing an abortion is an act of love.”

It’s all about convenience. She uses “My” and first person pronouns to reveal where her focus truly is…on herself NOT the baby.

Moayedi has posted “pictures of herself teaching medical students about abortion by performing a simulation of uterine aspiration (sucking out baby bits from the uterus) with papayas,” according to LifeNews.

She is so callous, on Valentine’s Day, she wrote a poem about performing an abortion by flashlight because the power went out on her twitter: @dr_moayedi

 The power went out and I still had patients, so here’s my

Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
I performed an by flashlight,
Because abortion providers come through!

 

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- Roxanne "Butter" Bracco began with the Dispatch as Pittsburgh Correspondent, but will be providing reports and insights from Washington DC, Maryland and the surrounding region. Contact Roxie aka "Butter" at [email protected] ATTN: Roxie or Butter Bracco

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