The Logic Lifeline

A logical approach to sorting out world events. Where logic, opinion and speculation are combined to produce a reasoned, but entertaining reading experience. The unofficial hometown conservative blog of Woodridge, Il

Saturday, March 25, 2006

I feel compelled to link to this

***Warning: Graphic and Likely Very Offensive Material***
Don't click on this if you are easily offended. It comes from a website of an artist whose work is so direct and offensive that Google makes visitors click on an extra warning screen before entering the site. Lately, his work has involved Islam. The latest work, however, is about abortion. While the artist proclaims being pro-choice, the picture he has created denounces the callous nature that the abortion movement has taken on. The graphic called "My Choice" is mindblowingly powerful and if you want your mind challenged on this issue click here, click continue on the warning screen, view the picture and read the many comments in the post.


  • At 7:26 AM, Blogger Malott said…


    The first thing that came to mind was a post I read recently about the coming of chemical abortifatients, and how since the resulting event would probably take place in the woman's bathroom, it would be a much more personal and haunting experience. Also the bathroom itself would be a daily painful reminder. The post suggested that the mental and emotional problems might be more acute than those suffered after a visit to an abortion clinic.

    To post or not to post...
    To link or not to link...

    Would it be in poor taste to post this picture on my site? Sometimes my judgement on such matters is poor, but I always figured that abortion was rampant because we are so good as a society at covering up our dirty little deeds.

  • At 11:21 AM, Blogger All_I_Can_Stands said…

    Chris, you know what decision I made. I did not post the picture here for several reasons. The main one was I wanted people to know what they were getting into before they click. If I post it here, they have no warning. So that is why I chose the route I did.

    Society is certainly good at sanitizing it's filth.


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