NYU Hosts Panel on ‘Reproductive Justice’ With Prof Who Defended Vandalizing Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers
“Join us for a panel on sexual and reproductive justice to spread awareness about advocacy motives and initiatives on campus and beyond”
Liberal students lose their minds when a pro-life person is invited to speak on campus but this is fine.
From the YAF blog:
NYU Hosts Panel on ‘Sexual & Reproductive Justice,’ Featuring Professor Who Defended Violence Against Pro-Life Centers and University’s ‘Associate Director of Sexual Services’
New York University hosted a panel discussion on “Sexual & Reproductive Justice” Wednesday evening, featuring four staff members–including Dr. Sarah Leonard, who defended the actions of violent abortion activists following the landmark Dobbs victory in the Supreme Court, according to a tip received through Young America’s Foundation’s Campus Bias Tip Line.
“Join us for a panel on sexual and reproductive justice to spread awareness about advocacy motives and initiatives on campus and beyond,” reads the event description posted on Instagram.
In addition to her role as a professor, Leonard serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Lux Magazine, a Marxist-feminist quarterly publication. In one of her most recent articles, she states her belief that the pro-life movement is “an intimate attack on anyone who can get pregnant, a white supremacist strategy for growth, a religious imposition.”
Further, Leonard argues that “the medical establishment is notoriously sexist […] and racist,” in addition to making misleading claims that self-managed abortions are safe. A “safe” procedure, of course, would never result in the death of an innocent child.
She goes on in the article to defend local vandalism incidents targeting pro-life pregnancy resource centers and suggests that she and her fellow leftists should “play rough.”
Also on the panel was Danielle Elleman, whose official job title is “Associate Director of Sexual and Relationship Respect Services.”
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