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Why did Epic museum have her photo on display to start with? Is there a link for this story? Thanks šŸ˜Š
Found the link. Epic emigrant museum had this womanā€™s photo displayed outside of their premises. Search her history. A dangerous woman hell bent on killing. Who in the ā€œemigrantā€ museum chose her as an Irish hero?


 

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Sanger may have seen birth control as a way of making lives better but she was against abortion.

As for her being a proponent of Eugenics - she was far from alone in that regard. Eugenics was a popular theory in the early 20th century.
 

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Found the link. Epic emigrant museum had this womanā€™s photo displayed outside of their premises. Search her history. A dangerous woman hell bent on killing. Who in the ā€œemigrantā€ museum chose her as an Irish hero?


FFS - Neville Isdell, founder of The Emigrant Museum in Dublin
Former CEO OF COCA COLA.
Born in Northern Ireland.
MOVED TO ZAMBIA AT AGE OF 10
Then comes back to Ireland and set up an ā€œemigrantā€ museum and displays a massive outdoor poster of Sanger, the founder of PLANNED PARENTOOD USA ABORTIONISTS.
you literally could not make this up.
 

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The question must be asked, why did the liberals take action about this Sanger poster before the prolife organisations? An outrage that her portrait was hanging on any wall in Ireland. We truly are asleep at the wheel folks. Donā€™t forget to leave a rave review for this epic museum on trip advisor.
 

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Sanger may have seen birth control as a way of making lives better but she was against abortion.

As for her being a proponent of Eugenics - she was far from alone in that regard. Eugenics was a popular theory in the early 20th century.
Iā€™ll just leave this here

 

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Iā€™ll just leave this here

A lot of her contemporaries shared her views. They are of course repugnant to people who embrace traditional family values and Catholic ethics.

My point is that Sanger has been unfairly vilified as an abortion proponent.
 

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A lot of her contemporaries shared her views. They are of course repugnant to people who embrace traditional family values and Catholic ethics.

My point is that Sanger has been unfairly vilified as an abortion proponent.
Noted. But why hang her photo outside the Irish emigrant museum? Are we that hard up for Irish heroes?
 

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Noted. But why hang her photo outside the Irish emigrant museum? Are we that hard up for Irish heroes?
She's revered as a birth control advocate, assisting in liberating women, reproductive rights etc. etc.

However, her name has been co-opted by feminists. Sanger herself would probably be appalled by modern feminism - which is effectively marxism with a clitoris. So I guess the Irish chapter of feminasties lobbied Epic to put her photo up.

Sanger advocated abstinence as well as contraception. We have to look at her words/views in the context of the time she lived in. Poverty was ubiquitous. Poor women did not have access to information on birth control. In the west that is no longer the case, so calls for "more sex education and less abortions" are out dated platitudes perpetuated by lobby groups seeking to suckle at the teat of a profitable pig.
 
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