Whatever Happened to a Woman’s Right to Privacy?

The “Right to Privacy.” It’s something the left has argued for decades as one of our most important rights guaranteed by the 14th Amendment. Yet, when it comes to a woman’s right to privacy in a restroom or shower, the staunch defenders of Roe v. Wade are silent.

I find it interesting that Roe v. Wade affirms and guarantees “a right of personal privacy, or a guarantee of certain areas or zones of privacy” (410 U.S. at 152-53), yet the very “zones” where some of the most intimate and private moments of a woman’s life takes place are being allowed to be violated.

What about women’s health? In the abortion debate, “health” is not limited to the physical, but includes all facets of psychology. Therefore, according to the left, abortions cannot be limited only to those births which could pose a risk to a woman’s life, but must also include those which could have the potential of bringing about mental and psychological stress.

Essentially, proponents of Roe v. Wade have argued that abortions should be kept legal because a woman could risk becoming embarrassed with her body should she start gaining unwanted weight. Well, then, what’s wrong with trying to protect a woman from the mental anguish of having her genitals exposed to uninvited male gazes?

It seems to me that women from both the right AND the left should be rising up against what is essentially nothing more than a male-friendly infringement upon a woman’s right to deny access to her most intimate moments.

But then again, it wasn’t really about a woman’s rights as much as it was about money and the loosening of moral restraints, was it? If not, then instead of protesters carrying posters reading, “Stay out of my uterus,” where are the ones shouting, “Stay out of our bathrooms!“?

Ladies, your “privy” is no longer private, and your safe zone is has been compromised. It would seem you have a civil rights issue powdering its nose while your rights are being flushed.



Filed under Abortion, America, Culture Wars, current events

14 responses to “Whatever Happened to a Woman’s Right to Privacy?

  1. Women have a lot of rights being taken away by men who want things to go back to a time when women were treated as property and 2nd class citizens. Privacy, equal pay, equal rights and many other issues are being threatened by groups who don’t think they should have to abide by rules that tell them they have been sexist and have discriminated for far too long. There is also a racial part of this too.

  2. This is such an obvious point that I can’t believe we’re not hearing it (and I didn’t think of it either!) Excellent.

  3. This was pretty awesome Brother Anthony.

    This whole thing is just insane. And it’s not even a Christian thing, it’s a common sense thing as you just very nicely explained.

    Today I was talking to my boss and we agreed that if we saw some fellow go in the restroom behing our 16 year old daughters, that soon thereafter, there would be TWO men in there.

    Just my two cents


  4. Being the person I am I cannot say what will happen if I observed a man follow my six year old or fifteen year old grand daughters into a restroom! It may or may not be a news flash for someone.

  5. Exactly! Totally agree with you on this.

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