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Sunday, April 17, 2011

Monday Redos-day- My Birth Rape Story

Yet again, dear readers, we delve into the deep dark past and pull out my personal tale of woe. Enjoy.




There are those of you out there who might be pregnant and on the brink of making the choice between a NATURAL birth and one of those nasty and dangerous hospital births. I understand that not everyone is able to give birth at home ( for whatever selfish and hateful reasons you may have for risking your perfect birth in a place that never sees NATURAL birth), so I wanted to scare you with my own epidural story.
The truth is friends, I was birth raped by an evil ana “skeezi”oligist! When I found the pain of my (totally induced) labor too painful, I finally broke down and asked for the nasty narcotic cocktail! When the man (who invited a man to my birth?) showed up, he gave me a piece of paper to sign that was threatening to me! It stated that if I did not sit still he would miss my spine and give me a “headache or even death”!
At this point my friends, I was too scared to tell him to stop and he shoved his toxic, narcotic needle in my spine…yes, he spine raped me…
So take this as a warning, friends, when you go to that big, ugly hospital of unnatural intervention…remember me and my tale!
Please feel free to e-mail me your own Birth Rape stories at themamatao@hotmail.com

7 comments:

  1. You are a very disturbed person.

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  2. When has it become okay to make fun of rape victims? Being someone who has, sadly, experienced both actually rape and what is considered birth trauma, I can safely say this post has turned me off from your blog as a whole. I was actually hoping to find some humor and maybe some information here, but I find this. Sad.

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  3. Clair O' FicationApril 27, 2011 at 9:33 PM

    Since others have applied it to things which have nothing to do with rape. Not my doing, and your not the only victim of sexual assault. In fact, the one who wrote this was sexual assaulted and does not care for people who didn't have the ideal birth using it for thier own. The term you used is correct. It's called birth Trama, not rape.

    You don't have the right not to be offended.

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  4. Since others have applied it to things which have nothing to do with rape. Not my doing, and you're not the only victim of sexual assault. In fact, the one who wrote this was sexual assaulted and does not care for people who didn't have the ideal birth using it for thier own. The term you used is correct. It's called birth Trama, not rape.
    Over use of the word only makes it harder for those struggling to get their cases through the legal system. The last thing we need is people thinking "Those women really will scream Rape at anthing!"
    You don't have the right not to be offended.

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  5. Pain (emotional) is pain. It isn't fair to tell someone they are more/less validated in their pain.

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  6. Clair O' FicationApril 28, 2011 at 6:35 AM

    Yes, but pain is not rape

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