Thursday, April 17, 2008


The "art" of abortion

And you thought the picture of a crucifix in a jar of urnine was offensive. Check out this story from the Yale Daily News (HT: Creeder Reader Steve T.). A sample:

"[Aliza Shvarts' project is] a documentation of a nine-month process during which she artificially inseminated herself 'as often as possible' while periodically taking abortifacient drugs to induce miscarriages. Her exhibition will feature video recordings of these forced miscarriages as well as preserved collections of the blood."

What a f***in' sicko.

If Ms. Shvarts' parents aren't deeply ashamed - and if they're not constantly asking themselves, "Where did we go wrong?" - then they ain't worth much o' nothing. Indeed.


Aliza Shvarts was hoaxing. She wasn't artificially inseminated, and she didn't suffer any miscarriages. According to Ms. Shvarts, what transpired after she lied and announced that she'd purposefully miscarried artificially-inseminated babies was her idea of a "performance art" display.

What a f***in' sick bitch!

Know what I think? I think Ms. Shvarts didn't get enough leather on her backside when she was a young lass. (Hell, the same can be said for just about anyone who's younger than 25 these days.)

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