Wednesday, April 23, 2014

My Email To The Archdiocese of New York Communications Department

My email said:

"Subject: Quote by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York

I find it hard to believe that so many males in this day and age are so ignorant about women's reproductive health. When I read the quote that women can go to 7-11 for their healthcare needs as if estrogen and condoms or women's hygiene pads or tampons are all there is to know about the reproductive system. I guess if I was a celibate male who never was curious what women go through or hadn't ever lived with a real woman, then I might sound just as stupid. You need to get him a children's primer on he reproductive system and how it works. Women and their physicians have been using the female hormone estrogen (contained in birth control pills) to regulate women's menstrual cycles since the eighties, starting with most at about 13 years old. Also, while we are on the subject, the Catholic church doesn't want birth control or abortions. Birth control prevents the need for abortions. The world is already over populated, which is a big problem with inequality in the U.S., and you don't want responsible human beings with healthy normal sex drives to feel anything but guilt for having sex without trying to procreate. That might have been okay in the 1800s when people still only lived to the ripe old age of 30 years old, but today that is stupidly controlling and manipulating and is an abuse of religion to "control the teaming masses" of idiots who give you their last pennies while starving to death, praying for help. Your church is who Adolph Hitler learned how to control the German people by emulating your pomp and ceremony and his beliefs were developed from the evil parts of the bible. Your whole religion needs to move on to the twenty first century and quit trying to revive the dark ages."

I encourage everyone to write their own email and give them a piece of your mind over this crap at: communications@archny.org

No comments:

Post a Comment