45 thoughts on “Say It Loud

  1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

    Shouldn’t ‘PROUD’ be in rainbow colours?

    I find a lot of this stuff confusing.

  2. munkifisht

    Need I say that pretty much everyone (except weirdos) are pro-life. The argument is for and against the choice to have abortion.

    1. Robert

      As a pro-life campaigner I believe IVF should be available through the HSE. Also that priests should be allowed to have children.

      1. Cool_Hand_Lucan

        Should nuns be allowed decide whether they should have children if they don’t agree with prophylactics or the oral contraception but they believe in human sexual intercourse?

      2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        Holy poo. I like the sound of you. I would be many tens of thousands richer were that the case.

      3. Vinchenzoo

        Priests did have children, it caused all sorts of trouble with their parents though

  3. Lorcan Nagle

    So last year, while promoting the March for Choice a woman came up to me, did a raised fist of solidarity and flipped over her lapel to show that very badge. When I pointed out that we were in fact pro-choice, she stormed off shouting about how abortion was genocide. My take on the whole thing was if she was proud, why did she have the badge hidden?

    (I’ve no problem with pro-lifers having badges, of course. In fact, I kinda hope they’re printed by the same company that does ours, because that’d be hilarious)

    1. Won't somebody please think of the children

      Probably hid the badge because a lot of pro-choice people are quite smug about it.

      1. Robert

        So not proud at all basically. Clandestine would be a better term. “Pro-life and clandestine”

  4. zackersetu

    Hey I’m pro life too!!! Especially when a mother’s life is in danger, every step should be taken to protect her life!

    Moral of the story … pro life is a fupping awful term. So much wrong with it.

  5. Harry Molloy

    Only controversial if you consider pro-choice to be controversial ,they’re both different points of view.
    But you’re right, maybe best avoid that whole thing when courting business!

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      At the end of the day Hairy, the people making these yokes are only making buttons.
      -BUSINESS is where the sharper pricks are.

      Have you met Business Mouse?
      I’d find you a link but I can’t be bothered. Channel 4 / Comedy Blips (or Blaps)

      Business Mouse, yeah?

      1. ahjayzis

        If impugning the character of forced-birthers is suddenly against the BS Code I’ll eat my hat!

        *This comment should also self destruct if it’s parent becomes orphaned.*

        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          Back-pedaling doesn’t work when you’re going downhill, my friend with a hat too many.

          I’ve seen others do it.
          I wouldn’t do it myself.
          It doesn’t work.

  6. Dubh Linn

    No problem with the pro-life bit….

    We should have better mental health services in this country to contribute to bringing down the suicide rate.
    We should have a better health system that does not require people to wait months for urgent appointments.
    We should not undermine and demoralise our public healthcare workers to the point where they feel their only option is to strike or leave their profession.
    We should not force women to carry the foetus of a rapist or keep their kadaviar on “life-support” in some sort of gothic horror tribute to an irrelevant religion.

    …… but, isn’t pride a sin?

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Hold on, love. I’ll fix it for you.
      *moves badge*
      Now. Let Mammy clean your face.
      *licks tissue, dabs and rubs*

  7. Starina

    the use of a heart is very misleading, given how the heart was originally a depiction of the vulva, and anti-choicers clearly have distaste for that sort of thing, and also how the anti-choice mindset has nothing to do with love. maybe the arrows are there because they want to shoot arrows at vulvas?

    1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

      They do hate women…

      But really? Is that really where <3 come from?

      1. Starina

        Well. It’s speculated that’s where it came from anyway. Nobody is quite sure. the first appearance of the heart emoticon was in the 13th century (whoever the painter was was WAYYYY ahead of his time, amirite?) but there’s theories that it originally was meant to look like a butt or the vulva.

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