If you’re interested in baby murder but are in a hurry, we have good news for you: Abortionists have fixed it so that you can now end your unborn child’s life in just 60 seconds.
The SofTouch, an aspiration abortion device that claims to be a “gentle, noninvasive procedure performed with a soft touch by our highly trained physicians” and “is today’s most natural and least invasive option for early abortion,” is now vying to be the baby-killing method of choice for early-term abortions.
The website brags that the device can end an unborn child’s life in “about 3-5 minutes with minimal discomfort, and most women feel capable of resuming their normal activities within 15 minutes.” It takes less time if the baby is at less than 12 weeks gestation.
Because the modern baby-killer on the go doesn’t want to wait.
The device, which was originally developed in 2011, also claims to be a better alternative to pharmacologically-induced abortion.
“Most women who come to Early Options® choose the SofTouch method because it has many advantages over the Abortion Pill,” the website of Early Options, SofTouch’s developer, reads.
“SofTouch® is nearly 100% effective, compared to the Abortion Pill which is 96-98% effective.”
Wow. That’s Really Quick Murder®.
The SofTouch®™ seems to be designed to be as approachable and sanitized as possible, presumably to make the ending of an unborn life that much more approachable. At first glance, it almost appears to be a slightly bulky iPhone attachment:
The device has flown under the radar for abortion proponents and opponents alike, but a glowing Sunday write-up in feminist magazine Glamour has thrust the SofTouch into the spotlight.
“You’ve probably never heard of it, but recently a device that has the power to transform the abortion process hit the health care scene. It fits in the palm of a doctor’s hand and doesn’t require an electric suction machine or an operating room or fasting the night before,” Glamour’s Lia Avellino wrote.
“A patient doesn’t need to be sedated and there are and no limits on her lifestyle either before or after the procedure. In fact, she can get the entire procedure done in her lunch hour and go right back to work. It’s nonsurgical, noninvasive and is nearly 100 percent effective. It can be completed in 60 to 90 seconds if the patient is less than six weeks pregnant and in about two or three minutes if she’s between six and 10 weeks. The device is called SofTouch. So why haven’t we heard more about it?”
Well, mostly because there’s a certain repugnance to the idea that murdering your unborn child ought to be like lunch at Carls Jr.
Indeed, Glamour says that one of the goals of Dr. Joan Fleischman, the Harvard-trained physician who developed the device, is that she wanted “something that felt, well, normal for women going through the process at the beginning of a pregnancy.”
“Most clinics perform the same surgical abortion procedure whether you’re in week four or month four of your pregnancy,” Dr. Fleischman told Glamour. “But an invasive method is unnecessary for ending an early pregnancy.”
Unnecessary, perhaps. But so is abortion in the first place — and grotesquely immoral, to boot. You can make the device look as sleek and icicle-white as the latest smartphone. You can make it so there are “no limits on (the patient’s) lifestyle” (no mention of the child whose lifestyle has been permanently compromised, of course). You can make it so that it can be done on someone’s lunch hour for only $1,200, which is the cost of no-muss-no-fuss progeny-extermination in space year 2018.
It’s still abortion. It’s still ending the life of an unborn child. Nothing is going to change that very salient fact. Not a fawning write-up in Glamour, not some glowing ad copy on a website which makes the whole thing sound like a strep test, and certainly not the attempted sanitization of one of the ugliest medical industries in America.
Nothing is going to normalize murder, no matter how hard they try to make it feel, well, normal.
H/T The Daily Wire
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