Ghoulish Token of Abortion Appreciation

NecklacePCThe DC Abortion Fund (DCAF) is giving out coat hanger necklaces for donors who give $10 or more. DCAF provides money for women in Virginia that don’t have the funds to pay for an abortion on their own.

From their website,

“The coat hanger is a reminder of women’s suffering when abortion is placed out of reach. It is a promise from reproductive justice advocates to never go back to the grotesque world our anti-choice opponents are striving for: a world WITHOUT safe access to abortion, where women might have to resort to horrific alternatives like a coat hanger. That’s why our supporters love the pendants and wear them as a point of pride.”

A source of pride? I can’t even fathom any human being wearing such a grim symbol of death. One of my favorite websites, Tavern Keepers, agrees.

“What kind of society are we when abortion becomes a sort of preventative care with fundraising so that it can be performed early? What potential are we preventing from entering the world and what entropy are we introducing with this monstrous practice? This isn’t about health, this isn’t about rape; this is about convenience, eugenics, and population control. What have we become?”

Read more at Tavern Keepers

(And if you don’t believe Tavern Keepers, read some of Margaret Sanger’s own comments about why she created Planned Parenthood in the first place…)


Margie Mars

Oregon PolitiChick Margie Mars is a Conservative-Libertarian, writer and parenting expert. Along with writing and designing graphics for PolitiChicks, she writes for several popular conservative and parenting websites such as Brenner Brief, Parenting, Examiner, Tavern Keepers, Parent Society, True Patriots For America and Attachment Parenting International. Margie writes as an expert on Attachment Parenting, pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, child rearing and autism. Favorite political topics include the Tea Party, gun rights, the Constitution, Israel and border safety. In addition to writing she manages the social media accounts for two small businesses. Margie holds a degree in Early Childhood Education, certification in Special Needs Education and has taken courses in Legal Assisting and Political Science. In her spare time she enjoys reading political non-fiction and biographies, making jewelry, embroidery, painting and other crafts. Margie and her husband Rob have eight children (three on the autism spectrum); ages 9-27 (seven boys and one girl!) and three perfect grandchildren. You can follow Margie on Facebook: or on Twitter at: @Margie10

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