The group of feminists who claim that “women are property” and “they’re the ones who should be raped” have launched a petition on Change.org to take away all women’s reproductive access to birth control, abortion, and sterilization.
It’s one of several similar petitions that have sprung up across the world, including one to force women to wear masks in the workplace.
The petition states that the “natural rights” of women are not guaranteed in the United States, that the U.S. is the only country in the world that does not guarantee women’s “natural right” to birthcontrol, and that women “do not have equal access to safe, legal abortion, contraception, and STI testing and treatment.”
“There are women out there who can’t afford to pay for the drugs, and there are women who cannot afford the abortion,” it says.
“There are other women who have had abortions who do not have the resources to pay these women’s medical bills.”
The petition, which has been signed by over 2,000 people, also claims that “in a society where women are valued for their bodies, this is a real injustice.”
As a result of the campaign, the “Women’s March for Reproductive Rights” has gained nearly 3,000 signatures on the petition, and is scheduled to take place on Jan. 21 at the White House, according to the group’s Facebook page.
In a statement, the group argued that the demand for the petition is “simply not supported by the facts.”
“The White House has been working diligently to address this problem,” the statement read.
The group, which started as a group on Reddit, has since become a hub for the “March for Reproduction,” which has also taken place in more than 70 cities across the United Kingdom, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, the Philippines, India, Malaysia, South Africa, and South Korea.”
We have no doubt that the Women’s March will raise awareness of the issues of sexual assault and sexual harassment that are affecting the lives of women, and we look forward to the president’s continued efforts to address these issues.”
The group, which started as a group on Reddit, has since become a hub for the “March for Reproduction,” which has also taken place in more than 70 cities across the United Kingdom, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, the Philippines, India, Malaysia, South Africa, and South Korea.