By Danica Anderson Posted Tuesday, September 2, 2008, 09:55 AM
Tensions began to build between the anti-abortion Christian protesters at the National Organization for Women’s tea function in Denver held for women legislators. The anti-abortion protesters used a bullhorn during their protest as shown in this footage. Note the anti-abortion protesters bullhorn in the audio and their huge posters in front of the NOW Feminist Majority women holding the pink circle posters.
The anti-abortion protesters’ posters displayed images of massacred abortions.
Shortly, after this video was shot, the University Club, where NOW held the tea meeting, had one staff member spray water on the verbally violent anti-abortion protesters. One anti-abortion protester who was hit with cold water shouted, “it’s hot and feels good.”
A police officer responded and quelled the tension by demarcating a space for the anti-abortion protesters. As the women legislative representatives showed up at the University Club, the anti-abortion protesters screamed louder on their bullhorn as their posters swayed angrily in the air.
The commotion prompted the arriving women legislative representatives, which included U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer, to stare straight ahead as they walked into the University Club.
Highlighting practices of women hating other women, the anti-abortion Christian protesters demonstrate how women perform rabid commentary and hostility toward their own gender. Women-hating is epidemic and beyond sexism.
It is already known that men are deep in fear of women. Men’s fear is the hatred of women evidenced in the catastrophic statistics of violence globally perpetuated against women. Men stand in the shadows of power and great economic wealth which instigates women to refute solidarity with their female sex and global sisters. Women subsume into hating their own gender.
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