As the “my body my choice” movement has run its course, the latest Vogue fashion trend has revealed itself: Chinese-Style Baby Shaming
Formerly trendy left-wing magazine Vogue has penned a piece that sounds remarkably similar to something a one-child CCP member might say as they try to control the number of babies (and their sexes) allowed to couples in their country.
The headline reads: “Is Having a Baby in 2021 Pure Climate Vandalism?” It then begins by asking:
“Is having a child an act of environmental vandalism or an investment in the future? Is it possible to live an ecologically responsible life while adding yet another person to our overstretched planet? Can I get away with it if I just never learn to drive, never get a dog and keep wearing the same three pairs of jeans for the rest of my life?”
Does this bother you, yet America? What happened to ‘my body my choice?’ Why are you made to feel guilty about a completely safe, natural, biological imperative that sustains the human species and ensures future diversity and happiness?
Instead of promoting the act of wise procreation, Vogue has constructed an anti-baby cult around unscientific dogma of leftist ‘green’ anti-science. Do you like feeling an irreparable sense of unending irrational guilt and hatred for your natural drive to procreate? Then, by all means, read on and see what Vogue has to say:
“For the scientifically-engaged person, there are few questions more troubling when looking at the current climate emergency than that of having a baby.”
Do you see what they did there? If you disagree with the unscientific unproven climate hysteria or if you want a baby, you are somehow not a ‘scientifically engaged person.’
But the paranoid self-loathing frenzy of anxiety-induced gaslighting and manipulations has only just begun, here.
According to Vogue, for smart people considering pregnancy “…the declining health of the planet cannot help but factor in your thinking. Before I got pregnant, I worried feverishly about the strain on the earth’s resources that another Western child would add. The food he ate, the nappies he wore, the electricity he would use; before he’d even started sitting up, my child would have already contributed far more to climate change than his counterpart in, say, Kerala or South Sudan…We have perhaps just another 60 harvests left before our overworked soil gives out and we are running out of fresh water. Could I really have a baby, knowing that by the time he was my father’s age, he may be living on a dry and barren earth?”
This is the inevitable end of a mind that has been saturated in Marxist critical theories. These theories are infections that seek to convince their honest-believer hosts to criticize everything they do without any context or balance until everything has been disintegrated–including the love for one’s self and one’s own fundamental biological drive for offspring. The minds of such people ooze with self-loathing, guilt, and an infinite supply of anxiety as their powerful instincts and rational abilities inwardly battle with the intellectual Critical Theory virus that is attacking them.
Much like a hypochondriac might wash his hands 327 times a day and spritz with antiseptic in between washes, hosts to the Critical Theory parasite constantly criticize their own existence and come up with new reasons why they (and you) should be washed off the face of the earth like bacteria off a hypochondriac’s hands. What better way to do that than to convince you that perhaps mankind’s most fundamental biological imperative and purpose on this planet is a corrupt one?
“…You don’t have to look into the future or to other continents to see that the world as it is organised now is dangerous for children. According to the World Health Organisation, 93 per cent of all children live in environments with air pollution levels above the WHO guidelines.”
But, as with most human beings, the author chose to have a child because that is the biological imperative of man. He reconciles this act of likely “selfishness” and “greed” by promising to treat his baby as a Marxist tool to be trained to indoctrinate the next generation of people into Anti-Western critical theories.
“…it is a question of how we raise those babies, of learning to live within our environmental means, of turning away from the fever of consumerism and overturning a political system that rewards a tiny rich minority at the expense of everyone else…I hope that my son might contribute to future humanity, rather than destroy it. No pressure, babe.”