But ‘coming out’ also means ’fessing up to something you’ve kept secret in order to avoid embarrassment.
When it comes to the subject of abortion, having a vehemently radical pro-choice advocate in the White House has emboldened militant abortion and even latent infanticide supporters to slowly inch their way of the closet.
A prime example of someone who’s no longer embarrassed is Melissa Harris-Perry. Melissa is the tampon-earring-wearing, Mitt Romney black-grandson-mocking talking head from MSNBC.
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No longer ashamed of embracing the unthinkable, Melissa joined the ranks of bioethicists when she said she believes life begins when parents “feel” life begins.
Harris-Perry came out of the antiquated first-trimester closet when she answered her own question:
“When does life begin?” Melissa’s answer: “[it] depends an awful lot on the feeling of the parents.”
The implication of such a dramatic statement is that abortion is acceptable as long as the parents of an unborn child have the “feeling” that their baby is not a fully living human being.
That sort of twisted philosophy seems to imply that freedom of choice can be exercised at any time, at any age.