fanfiction is a story written by a person in the fandom because breaking into the creators office and telling them that everything that they did is wrong and rewriting it is considered “rude” and “illegal”
Like grandmother, like grandson
We at the Alamo Drafthouse would like to officially apologize for our role in the end of mankind as we knew it, and the ascendant Gynocracy that followed. We didn’t know our women-only screening of Wonder Woman would result in the overthrow of all world governments and the total subjugation of men, but in hindsight we probably should have seen it coming.
Maybe I shouldn’t be angry; I’ve seen this kind of nonsense so many
times. But I’m still angry. You cannot claim you’re for birth mothers,
adoptees, and unborn life when a) plenty of birth mothers don’t/didn’t
have many choices, if any, and b) many adoptees are pro-choice.
I’m so tired of seeing adoptees’ stories co-opted as an “adoption, not
abortion!” mantra. Most of the time, these folks have no clue how hard
adoption really is, how much it costs, and how much emotional labor is
needed from everyone involved.
For me, the bottom line is: our
stories are not yours to steal for your own anti-choice purposes. They
are not yours to tear apart and use parts of to fit your own agenda.
They are ours, and for many of us, they’ve been difficult and even
painful to share. Leave adoptees alone.
co-signing as a fellow adoptee. We are people, NOT theoretical stories for you to make a point. You have no idea what our situation is and it is wrong to impose views on us (“how would adopted children feel if they were aborted”) or co-opt our stories for your purposes. It makes me highly skeptical that “pro-life” people are really all that concerned with life when they constantly treat OUR lives with disrespect.