However, reproductive abuse can seen as a way for the abuser (the man) to use pregnancy to control his victim (wife or girlfriend).Then again, what if I tell you that reproductive abuse does not always involved forcing a woman to have unprotected sexual intercourse against her will?
What says you about the issue of reproductiver abusers?And when you basically gut a house down to the studs, you’ve got to start from scratch. My headlights were the only source of light, but it wasn’t enough. The rain sounded like footsteps coming toward my car. This was one of those situations where a beautiful young girl (that’s me) gets murdered and no one ever finds her body because it’s been buried by the Craigslist murderer under a 10-foot-high pile of scrap metal. ” “It’s very dark in here.” “Yes, I find light.” “This place is creepy.” “Sorry.” “I told my husband if I don’t call him in 15 minutes that he should come find me.” Bingo! He walked me into his “showroom”–the creepiest, old horse stable filled with everything from rusty sinks and bath tubs to piles and piles of little screws and bolts. All the artists in the room be like, “A blank canvas! Clearly, just by looking at me, Luis knows I have a strong, tall husband. They are the ones who deliberately ruin their women’s lives and let innocent children (who do not choose to be conceived through reproductive abuse) suffer all thanks to their selfish and abusive nature(who should not be called fathers to begin with).
Therefore, I believe laws need to be amended to not only recognise how damaging is reproductive abuse or coercion but also mete out harsh sentences on reproductive abusers.After watching an episode of Law and Order: Special Victims’ Unit (Season 12 Episode 22) in which Full House star John Stamos, known for his role as Uncle Jessie, guest starred as a charming but manipulative reproductive abuser (honestly, he did a great job portraying a monster although he is always known for playing wholesome characters as mentioned in this online article) , I decided get blogging about the issue of reproductive abuse (sometimes known as reproductive coercion) after catching up with my weekly dose of Benson and Stabler.