Magazine Promotes Sterilization For Women In Their 20’s

This is one for the stupid fucking feminists and family planning advocates.

Source: Prisonplanet

‘Young, Single and Sterilized’ article advertises for birth control clinic founded by Nazi eugenicist Marie Stopes

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Tuesday, September 23, 2008

A popular women’s magazine in the UK recently featured an article entitled, Young, Single and Sterilized, in which women in their 20’s discussed why they had undergone an operation to prevent them from ever having children. The article is little more than PR for a “women’s charity” called Marie Stopes International, an organization that carries out abortions and sterilizations and was founded by a Nazi eugenicist who advocated compulsory sterilization of non-whites and “those of bad character”.

The story appears in a weekly magazine called Love It (click for PDF enlargement). One of the women featured in the article, Chloe, explains why she decided to have herself sterilized at the age of just 20.

“By the time I was 18, I knew I was never going to change. I couldn’t imagine letting something take over my body and then my whole life.”

“I couldn’t even look at a baby without feeling uncomfortable.”

Following the sterilization procedure, Chloe celebrates the fact that “I’ve got a lifetime of going out ahead of me now,” presumably meaning going out, getting mindlessly drunk and having sex with random strangers, as is British culture, while not having to worry about the risk of pregnancy or the responsibility of looking after a child.

Despite admitting that she has not told any of her family and not even her own mother about the sterilization, the article ends with Chloe boldly stating that it was, “the most sensible adult decision I’ll ever make.”

Another ’success story’ as the article skews it is Charlie McCann, who was sterilized on her 30th birthday and, we read, “is happy with her choice, insisting the men in her life have to adjust.” Her then boyfriend decided to adjust by ending the relationship because he couldn’t bear never having children.

Ironically, another woman speaks about how she first became interested in the idea of being sterilized after reading about the subject in a women’s magazine.

Jacquelyn Arnold tells of how she felt “irritation” at the sight of children playing in a garden and decided to go ahead with the operation, which is described in routine and straightforward terms. Arnold says she has no regrets and has ‘taken control of her life’.

Sterilization is lauded as an “excellent method of birth control” by Dr. Patricia Lohr of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service.

The article includes an advertisement that encourages women to seek “more information about sterilization” by contacting Marie Stopes International. We read that, “Over the past year, a quarter of the women who booked a sterilisation consultation with women’s charity Marie Stopes were aged 30 or under.”

Marie Stopes was a feminist who opened the first birth control clinic in Britain in 1921 as well as being Nazi sympathizer and a eugenicist who advocated that non-whites and the poor be sterilized.

Stopes, a racist and an anti-Semite, campaigned for selective breeding to achieve racial purity, a passion she shared with Adolf Hitler in adoring letters and poems that she sent the leader of the Third Reich.

Stopes also attended the Nazi congress on population science in Berlin in 1935, while calling for the “compulsory sterilization of the diseased, drunkards, or simply those of bad character.” Stopes acted on her appalling theories by concentrating her abortion clinics in poor areas so as to reduce the birth rate of the lower classes.

Read the rest of the article at Prisonplanet.

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12 thoughts on “Magazine Promotes Sterilization For Women In Their 20’s

  1. What a wonderful idea for women to have the choice to be steralized and not be able to have kids! I’m a woman and I believe if another woman desires to do this then why not? Afterall it is OUR body therefore we have the right to choose what we do and do not to with it. I am a feminist-I date at my discretion-I have a wonderful dog-I work for myself and I am not married nor do I have kids by choice. Kids are expensive-demanding-and a full time job. I would hate to be pregnant and realize it’s going to be a boy! Most men-like yourself-grow up hating women. Why put all of my life’s energy into raising some little fucker who will grow up to hate me and also be a potential rapist-pedophile or misogynist?! I surely have better things to do with my life than be a baby machine! Marriage is bullshit anyways. Women used to be property in marriage in the old days and not much has changed..That is not the life for me. If women want to get steralized-go for it! Be free of men forever!!

  2. Magazine Promotes Sterilization For Women In Their 20’s.

    What a coincidence, I’ve been saying the same thing for a while now.

    If the idiots don’t want children I say let em live to a ripe old age and raise hundreds of cats to keep em company in their golden years.

    Cause without kids and a husband they are gonna be awful fucking lonely, and you all know whose fault that will be don’t you?

    Us horrible men and our evil penises of death that refused to knock up the little princesses….

  3. JB,
    I understand your point of view. But if there is no next generation, there ought to be no problem.

    I agree with western women getting “fixed”. No child support in perspective, sex galore and freedom.
    What more can we ask?

  4. Basically; I think we are reduced to relying on the conscience of any woman we get involved with – not to fuck us over. The state won’t help! The state has made things worse. It is a precarious situation for us!

    I don’t know how well pre-nuptial / cohabitation agreements work in this country. I suspect they are not entirely enforceable either (like marriage contracts). In a dispute I think the court would interpret whether or not it deemed the agreement to be ‘fair’ or not (in their eyes). Given the current bias of things; I think any bloke could well still be in trouble. (Although making such an agreement – may still be a useful exercise.)

    When is the next meteor strike due? Maybe it would be best – if we could just start all over again from scratch!

  5. I am thinking of my (potential) children, and the next generation. What sort of a ‘society’ are they being born into? What sort of an environment will they have to grow up in?

    A stable family life would be a good foundation, and if marriage was taken seriously; it would certainly help facilitate that.

    I fear for the next generation. I think they may well have to face up to some very serious challenges. We are failing them, by not helping to prepare them properly. We are not giving them the best chances for success.

    Although, personally; I think I may well give up totally on the idea of having my own children. I have enough problems looking out for myself!

  6. Don’t fall for the religious women = better BS. I was active in a certain fundie Presbyterian church scene some time back.

    The proof of this are the henpecked husbands sitting on the pews. Quite a number of church attending women were over-the-hill ‘born again virgins’ with a shady past. Still there were many other spoilt princesses from the upper middle class families.

    If you show interest in a certain girl, the whole damn congregation will gang together and nudge the two of you to marry (that you should never do) asap. I am speaking from witnessing friends’ experiences.

    If you’re not going to marry, then why the need to find a ‘decent’ woman?

  7. We are going to get accused of hating women or something.

    Where do you find any decent ones these days though? I’m thinking the best ones are probably going to be the religious sort. What do you think?

    I don’t actually believe in God myself. Perhaps I could rationalise it, one way or the other though – if needs must!

  8. Good! Why stop at sterilization (tubal ligation?)? Get a hysterectomy.

    I don’t want to breed with her, give her my sperm, nor do I want to show her to my parents, nor marry her.

    She is just good for a recreational shag now and then.

  9. the thing with women’s sterilization is this:

    It is reversible.

    so, at 20, gets sterilized, enjoys her so called freedom…

    At 45 she wants a baby.

    Now the state will pay for her de-sterilization and invitro fertilization.

  10. Quote: “…going out, getting mindlessly drunk and having sex with random strangers, as is British culture…”

    (*Add sarcasm*) Brilliant! (*Remove sarcasm*) Our women are now known the world over for being drunken slags. That’s relative to American ones as well!

    Oh, well. We seem have bred a whole generation of women who are temperamentally unfit to be mothers anyway. It is probably just as well if they can’t have children – for the children’s sake.

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