Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest provider of abortion services, recently honored the women’s magazine Cosmopolitan with its “Excellence in Media Award.”
That supposed “excellence” in reporting on women’s reproductive issues included such articles as the Cosmo piece that referred to abortion as “miscarriage management.”
It’s certainly no secret that Cosmopolitan routinely presents a decidedly liberal view of abortion rights and champions political candidates who favor progressive abortion policies.
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As the website LifeNews.com pointed out prior to last year’s midterm elections, the magazine proudly kicked off a hashtag campaign on Twitter called #CosmoVotes:
The campaign is disguised as one merely to get more women voters to the polls – but abortion activists on twitter let the cat out of the bag but [sic] admitting that the modus operandi of the effort is to get women to support pro-abortion candidates.
Given the magazine’s seemingly boundless enthusiasm for and support of abortion, it might strike many as odd, ironic, and even hypocritical that Cosmopolitan has just published graphic evidence that babies in the womb — the very babies whose lives the mag seems to believe could be ended if the mother chooses — can actually feel.
These tiny beings, says Cosmo, express intense, negative reactions when mom smokes. A post at BizPac Review points out:
The magazine published an article Tuesday that showed ultrasound images of babies reacting to mothers who smoke while in the womb…
A magazine that thinks, and probably is correct, that unborn babies are affected by their mothers’ cigarette smoke while in the womb doesn’t automatically think about what kind of pain and suffering these babies endure while being murdered in the womb?
A tweet from Cosmopolitan regarding the ultrasound images of the unhappy babies in the womb quickly drew a ton of social media replies snarking about the evidence that flies in the face of the magazine’s own pro-abortion arguments.
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h/t: BizPac Review
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