Hashtag Wynning



Pro-life meeting, Wynn’s Hotel, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1.

What do you mean you ‘weren’t invited’?

Previously: No Womb At The Wynn

50 thoughts on “Hashtag Wynning

    1. Fergus the magic postman

      Yet you have plenty to opine on the people in the pic in your comments below. What does Saint Paul say? Eh?

  1. Peter Dempsey

    Meeting of people who don’t have Broadsheet or Rabble hive mind shocker.

    Doesn’t mean they should be open to ridicule or snide remarks.

    1. Clampers Outside!

      But isn’t the audience there largely of a hive mind raised on Catholic guilt, in fairness. Where as rabble is about disorder, and there’s no hive in disorder. As for Broadsheet. Sure aren’t ya here yerself, pull a stool :)

    2. Drogg

      Ha ha hive mind do you see the daily arguing here cause no one can agree with each other. People should totally be ridiculed for their backwards 1940’s ideals.

    3. Fergus the magic postman

      I’ve yet to see a comment from you where you don’t mention Rabble. How much are they paying you for the promotion? You should include a link to their website.

  2. Peter Dempsey

    Have you ever heard of any woman who “seeks out men with average or small size penises”?

    I have yet to see it.

  3. Zaccone

    Pictured: not one female of child-bearing age. Truly the best demographic of people to decide on abortion rights.

    1. seedoftheneed

      My tongue was stuck in my cheek. Very hard to keep a straight face listening to people talking about “one world orders” or how women the fatal fetal abnormalities issue could be resolved with folic acid.


      1. Nice Anne [Dammit}

        Excuse me what? What can be cured with what?
        Fatal fetal abnormalities can be cured with folic acid??
        Praise the Lord, a genuine miracle.

          1. Fergus the magic postman

            Oh no don’t drink it. Wrap it up in a thread worn towel that has a faint whiff of urine. Drink the flat 7 up separately and use the empty bottle for paraffin.

  4. Green fingered

    Not that men aren’t entitled to an opinion on the subject but if that picture is representative then they out number the women about 4:1. A bunch of elderly men thinking they know best what women should be allowed to do with their own bodies. I wonder where they got that idea from???

    1. Nice Anne (Dammit)

      If only there was some organisation in this country with mysoganistic tenancies at its core.
      An organisation where all the positions of power and influence were held by men.
      An organisation who consider women as only fit to “be allowed” to cook, clean, arrange flowers and play organs (ooooh-er Missus)
      An organisation whose mentors described women as “a temple built over a sewer” and “it is still Eve the temptress that we must beware of in any woman….”

      Yeah, if only we could pinpoint that illusive organisation colouring the view of these menz.

  5. MoyestWithExcitement

    Do we need more proof that opposition to abortion is religious? It’s a bunch of old men! It would be pretty crazy if we continued to allow a bunch of old men impose their weird, religious, personal morality on everyone else.

    1. Neilo

      A younger friend of mine – a libertarian and atheist – is as powerful an opponent of abortion as any aul’ holy roller you’ll encounter. As Bertie Basset asaid, it takes all sorts.

      1. MoyestWithExcitement

        There are exceptions to every rule. It’s the old Catholics who are driving the narrative though, that’s very clear and evidenced by the arguments against it.

      2. Cup of tea anyone?

        In fairness Neilio If she doesn’t want an abortion she doesn’t need to keep having them.

  6. Ultach

    There’s a couple of young wans there alright. One of them obscured by the big pillar. They’re on the extreme right. But then you probably expect that anyway, you commie liberal pinko enemy of all that’s daycent Angelus denyer ya!

  7. some old queen

    It’s no surprise Manning has popped his rooster head up again. In the marriage referendum he argued that holding an opinion was the same as forcing it onto others. And now he’s at it again. This time around there is a third person to consider apparently except, they don’t exist. In some cases, no matter what, they will never exist.

    Religious convictions fuel the belief that life starts at conception, not science. Why do these people feel they have more insight than the rest of us? Continue posting pictures of our superiors please BS. I’ll personally challenge any one of them I can identify.

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