An Issue of Blood

Dear Mister (yes, MISTER) Pro-Life Blogger:

Not that it’s any of your feklaptin’ business, but I take birth control pills. Yes, me, the celibate one over here. I take them to better regulate the hormones in my body, and without them I will bleed for about two weeks out of every three and have to go to the hospital for blood transfusions. Funny thing, it’s entirely possible that I have the exact same condition as the woman you’ve probably read about in Matthew 9:20-22, Mark 5:25-34, and Luke 8:43-47.

If you don’t have insurance (like I won’t after March 30th), these pills cost $145 a month. I wouldn’t even try to convince a Catholic clinic to write me a script. Planned Parenthood, the only women’s health clinic with no income restrictions? $39 a month. And the added bonus of having to look at dead babies and be called a whore by my coreligionists as I go in to pick up my script!

Would you shut your trap, please? You’re making all us Christians look like jackasses.

In Christian Love,
Mary Sue

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2 responses to “An Issue of Blood

  1. BUT YOU’RE NOT A REAL CHRISTIAN IF YOU’RE BENEFITING FROM THEIR DEAD BABY PROFIT$$$!!!!111

    This sounds like the sort of person who makes me ashamed of being Catholic. Let alone Christian, or even theist.

  2. /me is becoming more & more convinced that the majority of his co-religionists truly are jackasses…

    And yet we still have to love them as children of God. Gyah. Why couldn’t I have picked an easier religion? — Mary Sue