The “Pro Life” Argument in Texas

The “Pro Life” Argument in Texas

Trigger Warning: In the paragraph beginning with “Another recent law was passed…” includes a brief mention of sexual assault, as well as the mentions of gun violence in the paragraph starting with “Just last week…”. The pandemic has taken the world by storm, flipping life upside down, for people across the world. However, once things began reopening in June of 2020, it was announced that everyone should be wearing masks in all settings. “Karens, people who seemed to want to fight with every employee until they saw a manager so they could get their way, were the new internet fame. People were capturing videos of women and men in department stores, grocery stores, coffee shops, who were refusing to enter the building without a proper face covering. “My body, my choice!” they would spit back at the helpless employees who were just doing their jobs. But why were they using a “pro-choice” argument for abortions, while they were doing something that was not considered “pro-life”? My, how the tables have turned. Texas AG Ken Paxton after filing a lawsuit against Richardson ISB for mandating masks in their school environment (via Texas Metro News) Abortion, gun violence, and recently mask mandates, have become controversial topics over the past couple years, particularly in the state of Texas. Arguments on each side of the ideological aisle have transformed into protests and riots, both in person and all over social media. It seemed that anytime there was a post on Instagram or Twitter […]

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