But what he and Hudak and Harper should understand is that abortion is not a “chip” on a woman’s shoulder, it is her body and her life, her internal sanctity and her choice.Sweeet! We're going "progressive" with this election. Only two questions Ms Mallick.
I am warning those who want Canadian women to lose their right to abortion that this will not be a skirmish. It lives in the hearts of girls and women. We will fight you on this.
1. Why snub a sister like Andrea Horwath? She after all is one of those in whose heart lies the fight to preserve a woman's right to choose. Secondly, she's leader of the only unified, positive, and progressive political party out there.
2. Why would a feminist shill for an avowed Roman Catholic man? There are few symbols that conjure up more starkly the history of exclusion and systemic violence against women than the RC Church and powerful male politicians (i.e the State).
Lastly, a question for "progressives". Is it possible that the latent, less obvious forms of sexism that well up occasionally from Liberals actually represents a more refined, opportunistic, and insidious form of discrimination -even if Liberals are more likely to "apologize" for their cock-ups??? Remember this???
Trivial or insidious sexism???