If You Are Denied Access to An Abortion or the Morning After Pill

| 08/30/2013 | Comments (2)

…there are still ways for you to get rid of the unwanted fetus. Women around the world must never be made to breed children they don’t want like animals. The tide is turning towards this possibility, which would create legions of babies and children for the growing number of child molesters, child rapists and groups of organized pedophiles which exist globally.

Though women are urged to have children they cannot afford to take care of, those children end up in foster care then turned out to the streets at the tender age of 18. Foster care is a serious danger for children, as predators know they have no one to look out for them and are easy victims.  The stories below are provided to alert women to the fact that having a child you are not prepared to protect or care for sentences that child to a life without love and high risk of sexual assault and molestation.

Children in Adoptive/Foster Homes at Risk

There are millions of such stories on the web if you care to take the time to look for them. I’ve had enough.

Women have the right NOT to have children if they don’t want any. There are herbs and other ways you can get rid of the pregnancy. We’ll be collecting them and adding them to this post as they come in.

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Menstrual extraction (ME) is a process by which menstrual blood is removed from the uterus using an airtight, hand-operated suction device to eliminate inconveniently-timed periods (in cases of going camping, athletic events, etc.)

It can also be used for low-risk early abortions (up to 7 weeks) without anesthetics and a greatly decreased risk of infection. It removes the fertilized egg soon after the first missed period.

ME is often an outpatient procedure, sometimes performed at home by a trained medical professional. Most patients said it’s far more comfortable and less painful than standard abortion procedure.

The most common device used is called a Del-Em. The cannula is inserted into the uterus through the undilated cervix. A syringe, with a one-way bypass valve prevents air from entering the uterus, which can be fatal. It creates the suction necessary to evacuate the interior of the uterus. The material collects in an airtight glass jar.

In a very few cases, a second extraction process must be performed if the extraction was not completed the first time. The procedure should be performed by a trained medical professional. However, with proper training, women who aren’t medical professionals can also be taught to safely perform ME in self-help groups. ME should never be attempted alone. Materials used to construct a Del-Em device are easily obtainable through a laboratory or chemistry scientific catalogue or are common items (a jar, aquarium tubing, etc)


  • www.sisterzeus.com Sister Zeus’ site is a HUGE resource for women’s reproductive rights and health issues. To find a self-help group of women trained to safely do ME, Sister Zeus suggests checking with midwives, feminist health centers, fertility counselors and local feminists. Finding a self-help group is difficult since ME is barely legal since ME can be used when not pregnant. Groups may be found by word of mouth.  Sister Zeus will help you find women in your area to start a self-help group and learn safe ME. Email: sister_zeus@geocities.com All information kept confidential.book of choices
  • A woman’s Book of Choices, Abortion, Menstrual Extraction RU-486 by Rebecca Chalker and Carol Downer. “There is power in these pages, more power than any law can give us,” said Barbara Ehrenreich. It includes a list of books about abortion herbs (Misuse of herbs can be dangerous so always consult a sympathetic midwife-herbalist), how to safely perform ME, (safe up to 7 weeks into pregnancy) and how to make a Del-Em device from cheap common items.IMPORTANT NOTE! There are three mistakes (on pages 116, 142 and 241) that say “TWO way bypass valve” As can be seen on the diagram on p 143, it’s a ONE way bypass valve)!
  • A New View of a Woman’s Body by the Federation of Feminist Women’s Health Centers. It’s difficult to find but full of high-quality information to help you understand your body. Contains information Sister Zeus found nowhere else.
  • A Difficult Decision-A compassionate Book About Abortion by Joy Gardener. For women facing an unexpected pregnancy, this compassionate book will give you the options and support to help you make a choice you can live with. Equal support is given for either keeping the child or having an abortion.
  • Planned Parenthood.Birth control can stabilize the human population on our overburdened planet and help save Nature from being overrun by humanity.  The population increased more since 1950 than during the previous four million years. Decreasing food supplies indicate Earth’s ability to feed humanity began diminishing in 1994. (WorldWatch Institute).  Ninety million babies are born each year. The UN Population Foundation found that 80 million births are either ill timed or unintended.  Call 1-800-230-PLAN.


Herbal Abortions


Emergency Contraception

  • Ella Emergency Contraception – ella works very differently than Plan B, which is also referenced to as a “morning after pill.” Plan B can prevent an embryo from implanting in the uterus, thereby causing its demise. However, Plan B can not terminate an already implanted embryo, whereas ella can.
  • Misoprostol is a synthetic prostaglandin E1 (PGE1) analog that is used with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) to prevent gastric ulcers, to treat missed miscarriage, to induce labor, and to induce abortion. The use for abortion is controversial in the United States though the drug has been used safely in Brazil since the 1980s for just this purpose. Misoprostol was invented and marketed by G.D. Searle & Company (now Pfizer) under the trade name Cytotec, but other brand-name and relatively inexpensive generic formulations are now available. While not as effective as when taken in combination with mifepristone (another abortion pill formerly known as RU-486), misoprostol taken alone will safely terminate 75 to 90 percent of early pregnancies when taken as directed.
  • Plan B One-Step – Should be taken as soon as possible, within 72 hours after birth control failure or unprotected sex. This drug is available over the counter. Manufacturers discount coupon available on their site here
  • Abortion Pills vs. Procedures – General information about abortion pills vs. surgical procedures to help you make the best decision.
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  1. blackcaesar says:

    It has always struck me as odd that the people most against abortion also are the ones most against taking care of unwanted children through programs such as W.I.C. and Head start.  It also seems to me that most black children are unplanned and unwanted, so your article is quite relevant and appropriate for your followers.

  2. Razzy says:

    In this sexist world we live in, men are so focused on controlling what women do, why can’t they control what other men do with their penis, their sperm?  If as much time/energy and money were spent on getting men to control where their sperm lands, then we would not need to have abortions.  Why can’t laws be passed that forces men to take birth control and penalizes them if they don’t?  Why haven’t they made further progress on medicated birth control for men? If a woman is forced to have a baby she doesn’t want, why can’t men be forced to have a vasectomy to prevent them from making babies? Men need to start focusing on ‘men’ and controlling their sexual irresponsible behaviors.  Women don’t get pregnant by themselves!

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