YouFilthySlut.gov

Hands off our healthcare!” shriek the teabaggers.  But oddly enough, they’re not shrieking about a new law in Oklahoma that will force women having abortions to have their detailed gynecological history posted publicly online by the government in an Orwellian “Abortion Report“:

A new Oklahoma law will require the details of every abortion to be posted on a public website. Proponents say this will prevent abortion — apparently by shaming and burdening women and doctors.

The law (which you can look at here — it’s HR 1595) mandates that a 34-item questionnaire be filled out by abortion providers for each procedure. The questionnaire doesn’t include the woman’s name or “any information specifically identifying the patient,” but it does ask for age, race, level of education, marital status, number of previous pregnancies, and the county in which the abortion was performed, information which opponents of the bill argue would be enough to identify a woman in a small town. The questionnaire also asks about the mother’s reason for the abortion, her method of payment, and even what type of insurance she has, as well as whether the fetus received anaesthetic and whether there was “an infant born alive as a result of the abortion.”

Rachel Maddow discusses this sick authoritarian joke of a law:

If anti-choicers can’t change the law and can’t change peoples’ minds,  as it’s becoming increasingly apparent that they can’t, they’ll do their goddamnedest to  at least publicly shame and humiliate women who have the procedure.  What’s next, a scarlet letter?  Abortions in the public square?

UPDATE: Great minds and all that…

49 Responses to “YouFilthySlut.gov”


  1. 1 sassy Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:28 am

    It’s beyond dumbfounding that these people can keep a straight face. IF this were ever to come to pass, I hope those filling out such forms would simply lie to the sons-of-b*tches –

    A little different here in Canada

    From Statistics Canada

    Disclosure control
    Statistics Canada is prohibited by law from releasing any data which would divulge information obtained under the Statistics Act that relates to any identifiable person, business or organization without the prior knowledge or the consent in writing of that person, business or organization. Various confidentiality rules are applied to all data that are released or published to prevent the publication or disclosure of any information deemed confidential. If necessary, data are suppressed to prevent direct or residual disclosure of identifiable data.

    The Therapeutic Abortion Survey database maintained at Statistics Canada does not contain personal identifiable information such as patient name, date of birth, health number, or facility names or numbers. Geographic information on the location of residence of the patient and the location where the abortion was performed is available at the provincial and national levels only.

  2. 2 J. A. Baker Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:30 am

    27. Was the abortion performed with the use of any public institution, public facility, public equipment, or other physical asset owned, leased, or controlled by this state, its agencies, or political subdivisions?

    Question: How many female state employees are going to be fired because of this provision, and will they have recourse to sue the state for sexual discrimination if they do get fired for having an abortion?

  3. 3 Jasper Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:41 am

    ah Rachael Madcow does it again.

    Women should be shamed for killing their children, why shouldn’t they.

  4. 4 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:42 am

    sassy – One more reason to <3 Canada, eh?

  5. 5 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:47 am

    JAB – I’m not sure I understand Question #27 (27!?? :shock: )

    Maybe it’s because your system is so different from ours — up here, most abortions are done on public property, ie. hospitals (although there are private clinics as well, most famously, the Morgentaler Clinics). I don’t understand what they’re getting at with that question. What are they trying to ascertain? The difference between having it done at a hospital versus Planned Parenthood?

  6. 6 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:51 am

    And right on schedule, regular as a morning dump, heeeeeeeere’s JASPER!

    Women should be shamed for killing their children, why shouldn’t they.

    You know, public shaming of “unruly” women is something that the Taliban used to do.

    Just sayin’.

  7. 7 Dr. Prole Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 9:12 am

    Hey Jasper, would it make you happy if we just hung them in a soccer stadium? What am I saying, of course it would!

  8. 8 J. A. Baker Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10:17 am

    JAB – I’m not sure I understand Question #27

    That’s the one Rachel was citing as “whether or not they were a state employee,” but now that you mention it, that doesn’t look like what #27 is asking at all (unless your definition of “state-owned physical asset” includes the paychecks of the state’s employees). I’ll have to look at the bill again to see if there’s a line for whether or not the woman getting the abortion is a state employee.

  9. 9 J. A. Baker Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10:25 am

    Ah. Here it is. Turns out Rachel and I were off by one:

    26. Was the abortion performed within the scope of employment of an Oklahoma state employee or an employee of an agency or political subdivision of the state?

  10. 10 Bleatmop Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10:46 am

    JJ – “You know, public shaming of “unruly” women is something that the Taliban used to do.” That probably won’t phase him. I think he looks up to religious fucktards that have created theocracies out of their countries.

    Dr. Prole – “Hey Jasper, would it make you happy if we just hung them in a soccer stadium? What am I saying, of course it would!” I think it would make him happy too, but only as an temporary measure until it became legal to stone people to death again. He’s all for biblical justice.

  11. 11 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10:48 am

    JAB – “within the scope of employment” — so that means, was it paid for by a state government paycheck? Is that what that means?

    This is horrible! With this kind of detail, they might as well run the womens’ names.

    They couldn’t possibly fire someone because of this, could they? That would have to be some kind of discrimination, as long as abortion is a legal procedure.

  12. 12 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10:50 am

    Dr.Prole – Sure it would make him happy. He thinks Lila “Torquemada” Rose is the greatest thing since sliced bread, and that fascist little freak is totally into public shaming.

    Ew!

  13. 13 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 10:52 am

    Bleatmop

    That probably won’t phase him. I think he looks up to religious fucktards that have created theocracies out of their countries.

    Sometimes I wonder if one of the reasons they hate people like the Taliban so much is because they’ve actually done what the religious right in north america can only dream of doing…

  14. 14 Jasper Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 12:07 pm

    “Hey Jasper, would it make you happy if we just hung them in a soccer stadium? What am I saying, of course it would!”

    No, of course not Dr. Prole, but abortion should not be rewarded either. We need to show women the truth about abortion, they deserve better!

  15. 15 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    Jasper – How is abortion rewarded?

  16. 16 Jasper Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 12:50 pm

    Rewarded was the the wrong word JJ, I meant to use condone

  17. 17 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 12:52 pm

    Jasper

    We need to show women the truth about abortion, they deserve better!

    You routinely spout these kinds of lines, which are verbatim quotes from anti-choice propaganda. This makes me think you might be a Poe ;) Fess up. Are you a Poe?

  18. 18 deBeauxOs Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 3:46 pm

    A Poe?

    That is terrific JJ. I just learned something new and exciting that I can reference at our blog.

    http://rationalwiki.com/wiki/Poe's_Law

  19. 19 Shade Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 3:56 pm

    Isn’t the choice the best thing for women? They can decide if they’re prepared for the responsibilities of raising a child and make the responsible choice. Yes abortion can be a responisble choice. There’s enough children in homes that can’t look after them properly or in orphanages.

    What about these children? They are here and alive, but the right doesn’t care about them. Their too busy worrying about fetuses which are removed before they reach the life stages. Rather sad you care more about what isn’t yet alive more then children who are here.

  20. 20 Sister Prole Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 4:26 pm

    I know! We can tie their hands, weight them down and throw them in a lake. If they drown, they didn’t have an abortion and are innocent, no need to hang in the soccer stadium. Sound good, Jasper?

  21. 21 Sister Prole Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 4:29 pm

    You ever get the feeling that Jasper is like 4 or maybe 5 different people posting under the same name? And that only one of them likes southern fried rock music?

  22. 22 fern hill Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 4:58 pm

    That’s my theory about Jasper, Sister Prole. (Hey, when did you drop the Docter and get thee to a nunnery?)

    I think Jasper is a construct.

    Anybody remember Hailey from babble? That was a construct too.

  23. 23 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 5:33 pm

    Shade

    Rather sad you care more about what isn’t yet alive more then children who are here.

    Anti-choicers will deny this up & down, but the sad fact is that kids who have already arrived and are languishing in foster care waiting to be adopted are a more difficult “cause” than unborn feti. Nobody expects you to adopt a fetus.

  24. 24 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 5:36 pm

    Prole

    You ever get the feeling that Jasper is like 4 or maybe 5 different people

    I’d think so if I hadn’t checked the sitemeter and seen the same IP over & over.

    Jasper has “mood swings” that seem to be affected by moon phases.

  25. 25 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    fern hill

    I think Jasper is a construct.

    I don’t know. He comments at Stanek’s and seems to be a genuinely angry little fetus fetishist, like he was when he first started commenting here, but he seems to have changed his tune… maybe because he got ridiculed.

    I still lean towards thinking he’s not a Poe, but I’m not totally convinced of it.

  26. 26 Cornelius T.Zen Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 5:51 pm

    Good morrow, all!
    Some years ago, I saw a sad documentary on a practice that had gone on for hundreds of years in India. There was no such thing as abortion. Instead, babies were brought to term, and if the infant was female, she was summarily strangled or smothered at birth. Hundreds of years, hundreds of thousands of babies, killed because the culture valued the male above the female. But, at least, there were no abortions.
    When asked if this pracice still went on, many mothers answered, “Yes! We have to kill the girl children!”
    When asked why, the answer was: “Because our husbands are all drunken bums who will not lift a finger to help raise a girl. She has to be dressed properly, and kept from disgrace, and if she grows up and wants to be married, we have to pay somebody to take her off our hands. A boy is much easier to raise, much cheaper, and he can work when he walk. A girl is nothing but a burden.”
    But, at least there are no abortions.
    So, Jasper, put your money where your mouth is, and adopt an unwanted South Asian female infant, or STFU.
    No wonder Jesus wept – CTZen

  27. 27 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 5:58 pm

    CTZen –

    “…A girl is nothing but a burden.”

    Wow, that’s really awful. But I guess in that kind of poverty, they consider it a necessity.

    And at least there are no abortions :roll:

  28. 28 Jasper Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    “Fess up. Are you a Poe?”

    No, not at all JJ, I write what I truly believe, no parodies.

    I’m a moderator at Jill Stanek’s site. I’m not an angry person nor do I hate anybody. As a matter of fact, I didn’t really even think about abortion until a few years ago, I saw pictures of aborted babies and had a normal human reaction; that this is a gruesome, barbaric procedure that should have no place in a civilized society.

  29. 29 Cornelius T.Zen Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 6:08 pm

    Good morrow, JJ!
    In Canada, I have heard that many South Asian women have ultrasounds to determine the gender of their child, and if the fetus is female, they consider that to be a reason to abort.
    This practice is less among South Asian women born and raised here, with less cultural pressure upon them. However, among immigrants and first-generation Indo-Canadians, a girl is still considered a burden.
    Pity. I have met, and worked with many, Indo-Canadian women. Most of them are beautiful and highly intelligent, and work their asses off to be good at their jobs. Burden? Kis mir tuchis, momser.
    Eve has yet to be forgiven – CTZen

  30. 30 Sister Prole Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 6:27 pm

    Fern, I took up the habit (or actually I’m wearing a burqa as so not to tempt anyone to rape me by showing my face), when Jasper brought me to Jesus on this here website by saying that women should be publicly shamed, that I was Satanic, and that Bina is horrible fuck or whatever it was he called her. That’s when I became Sister Prole, Defender of the Faith.

  31. 31 deBeauxOs Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 6:56 pm

    Alleluyah, Sister Prole!

    Mmm. Strange. Doesn’t “alleluyah” look suspiciously like one of them moozlim words?

  32. 32 Jasper Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 7:18 pm

    Dr. Prole,

    You’re correct. I have failed.

  33. 33 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 7:36 pm

    Jasper

    I’m a moderator at Jill Stanek’s site.

    Oh really. Then you can probably answer this question:

    After Stanek lied about getting a death threat from Jesus’ General (a popular site that anyone with a functioning brain stem would know is a satire site), and the General commented at Stanek’s to that effect, why was his comment deleted? He didn’t say anything wrong, I’ve got a screenshot (scroll down to Update III).

    It looks like Stanek and/or her moderators didn’t want the readers to know that she was bullshitting :lol:

    How about it? Is that why the comment was deleted? (We already know that’s why, it would just be nice if someone was honest and fessed up to it.)

  34. 34 Bleatmop Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 7:42 pm

    Jasper, as per the above comment by JJ, don’t forget the 8th commandment. You must obey it as a good christian.

  35. 35 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 7:47 pm

    CTZen – Yes, it’s a shame that women are still so looked down upon in so many cultures. Sex-selection may not be the best reason for having an abortion, but that’s just my personal opinion and my opinion rightly carries no weight in the private decisions of others. The right to abortion is absolute, for whatever reason, even if some of the reasons are saddening.

  36. 36 Bleatmop Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 7:49 pm

    Well, 8th if your catholic or lutheran and 9th if you’re anglican. I dunno, you tell me. The one about bearing false witness.

  37. 37 Bleatmop Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 7:56 pm

    JJ + CTZ – I hear that China is ending their one child policy next year. Lets hope that ends the horrible practice of gender selection going on there.

  38. 38 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:01 pm

    Bleatmop – Interesting. I hope so — the government has no business in the wombs of the nation, period.

    It always cracks me up when fetus fetishists refer to pro-choicers as “pro-aborts” — China, with its’ government-mandated forced abortions per the one-child policy, is “pro-abortion”. Pro-choice is pro-CHOICE.

  39. 39 Jasper Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:14 pm

    “After Stanek lied about getting a death threat from Jesus’ General (a popular site that anyone with a functioning brain stem would know is a satire site), ”

    We have no idea who this character ‘Jesus General’ is. He suggested Jill Stanek should have a rifle blessing. Not nice, especially when there had been a rash of death threats against pro-lifers…

  40. 40 Cornelius T.Zen Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:40 pm

    Good morrow, all!
    Jasper – would that be the royal “We”? Death threats against pro-lifers – never acceptable. The Bible is quite clear on the act of murder — but a little bit fuzzy on kneecaps.
    The opposition to abortion has little, if anything, to do with the sanctity of human life. If it had, then every single Catholic priest who had ever abused a child would have been defrocked, locked up, and tossed out into the general prison population — or made the bitch of some biker named Mother. There would be no abused children, no battered wives, no unwanted children of any description. There would be no wars, no famine, no hesitation to provide aid to victims of natural disaster. There would be no hate, no anger, no fear, if human life were truly that sacred.
    It has everything to do with control. It has everything to do with cultural and religious mysogyny. It has everything to do with the fact that Eve is still blamed for Man’s fall from Grace. I am one man who believes that it’s time God grew the fuck up and told his people, “Thou shalt hold both male and female equal and equally sacred.”
    Don’t like abortion, Jasper? Don’t have one. Don’t like gay marriage? Don’t have one. Don’t like anybody who is not a Christian? Look in the mirror. Whatsoever you do, or fail to do, for the least of these, my bretheren, you have done, or failed to do, for Me. Your Master admonished his followers with those very words.
    Don’t spew your bile on these pages. Go out and feed a homeless family. Take a poor child to the doctor and pay the bill. Stop a violent man from beating his wife. Show the world that you are a real live human being.
    Good night, and may your God go with you – CTZen

  41. 41 JJ Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    Jasper

    He suggested Jill Stanek should have a rifle blessing.

    I guess you nimrods missed it, but the key words were “in her honour”. A rifle blessing in her honour. The rifle being blessed was for the next anti-choice whacko who decides to off a doctor. Geez, ya think?

    Anyway, that doesn’t answer my question… why was the comment disappeared, when it provided information that clearly debunked Stanek’s claim about a “death threat”?

    Not nice, especially when there had been a rash of death threats against pro-lifers…

    :roll: Rash, what rash? The only rash fetus fetishists have gotten is the friction rash on the palms of their hands from too much wanking.

  42. 43 Bleatmop Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 9:18 pm

    JJ – He can’t answer the question without either breaking the 8th commandment (or 9th, depending of the sect he belongs to) or looking bad. Therefore he’ll choose to evade the question. I wonder if he works in parliament with question dodging like that.

  43. 44 Bleatmop Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 9:18 pm

    CTZen – Best. Rant. Ever.

  44. 45 L-girl Sunday, October 11, 2009 at 4:14 am

    Hi JJ, I don’t know if you already posted this (I searched but didn’t find it). A friend sent it to me today, and I’m passing it along to you.

    National Pro Life Cupcake Day

    http://jezebel.com/5377908/worst-holiday-ever-national-pro%20life-cupcake-day

  45. 46 JJ Sunday, October 11, 2009 at 7:28 am

    L-Girl – Thanks, I just blogged it. What next, eh? :lol:

  46. 47 JJ Sunday, October 11, 2009 at 7:29 am

    Bleatmop – I think it can be either the 8th or 9th commandment, depending on what version you’re looking at. I usually refer to it as the 9th… “Thou shalt not bear false witness, motherfuckers!”

  47. 48 Cornelius T.Zen Sunday, October 11, 2009 at 9:50 am

    Good morrow, all!
    To all and sundry: Thank you, thank you, thank you, you’ve made a happy man very old.
    I rant, therefore I am – CTZen


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