Cosmopolitan magazine promotes Satanic abortion to young women, insults dead mother of conservative Supreme Court Justice

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Cosmopolitan magazine published an article promoting “Satanic abortions” to young women. In the process, the liberal magazine insulted the deceased mother of a conservative Supreme Court Justice.

Cosmopolitan – which deems itself to be the “biggest young women’s media brand in the world” – published an article on Nov. 16 titled: “The Satanic Abortion Clinic That’s Pissed Off Pretty Much Everyone…and Might Beat the Bans Anyway.”

The article boosts the reputation of The Satanic Temple (TST) – which provides support to the so-called “Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic.” The abortion clinic was purposely named to stoke outrage and take a shot at Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito – who authored the opinion that ultimately overturned Roe v. Wade.

The abortion clinic attempts to mock Justice Alito by fantasizing about an alternate reality where his mother, Rose Fradusco Alito, aborted her son when he was an unborn baby.

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The Cosmopolitan article conceded that Alito’s mother was a schoolteacher and was “thrilled” with the birth of her son.

The article asked, “It’s unlikely that Rose ever considered abortion for herself (a few years before she passed away, she told reporters she opposed it). But what if her circumstances had been different — if her own life had been endangered by the pregnancy or if the fetus had a fatal anomaly or if Rose simply hadn’t been ready for a child? What if she’d had a choice and access to safe, legal abortion care?”

The Alito matriarch died in 2013.

The article admits that the Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic does sound like “pure clickbait.”

However, the article praises the clinic for providing young women with abortion pills offered at a “competitive price” and offered up until the 11th week of pregnancy.

According to Turning Point USA:

Chemical abortions are conducted using the drug Mifepristone, a synthetic steroid that blocks the naturally produced hormone progesterone, preventing the fetus from receiving any nutrition, and ultimately starves the unborn human until it passes away inside the mother’s womb. Once the unborn child is no longer viable, the second pill is taken to induce cramping, and bleeding, and ultimately expel the aborted fetus.

The clinic also offers “24/7 phone access to licensed medical personnel to anyone in need.”

Cosmopolitan magazine commends The Satanic Temple for its “guerrilla street theater.” The article lauds a 2016 demonstration where “temple members wearing adult diapers and baby masks disrupted a Christian-led anti-abortion protest with a BDSM stunt that involved flogging one another with whips, which one TST member said was a commentary on the Christian right’s ‘fetishization of the fetal image.'” The article downplayed any outrage over the act by labeling it as “public mischief.”

The author of the article applauds the clinic for going beyond “abortion activism to abortion care.” The Cosmo piece confesses that the group behind the abortion clinic is a religion.

“Meaning its patients, who don’t have to be Satanists themselves, are participating in a religious ritual,” the article stated. “That’s a key legal distinction TST hopes to leverage in its historic push to expand its clinic model beyond New Mexico — into states where abortion is otherwise banned.”

The article describes women aborting their unborn babies with pills as a “religious ritual,” adding, “That’s a key legal distinction TST hopes to leverage in its historic push to expand its clinic model beyond New Mexico — into states where abortion is otherwise banned.”

The alleged “religious ritual” of chemical abortion is described as:

First, you find a quiet space. Bring a mirror if you can. Just before taking the medication, gaze at your reflection and focus on your personhood. Home in on your intent, your responsibility to you. Take a few deep, relaxing breaths. When you’re ready, read the following tenet aloud: One’s body is inviolable, subject to one’s own will alone. Take the medication and immediately afterward, recite, Beliefs should conform to one’s best scientific understanding of the world. One should take care never to distort scientific facts to fit one’s beliefs. Later, once your body expels the aborted tissue, return to your reflection. Focus again on your personhood, your power in making this decision. Complete the ritual by reciting a personal affirmation: By my body, my blood; by my will, it is done.

Cosmopolitan notes that 34% of its readership is between the ages of 18 and 24.

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