CEOs from 180 companies say they want to empower “everyone” in big pro-abortion ad in the New York Times

180 different CEOs have come out against the pro-life laws going up in states around the country with an ad in the New York Times.

The ad obnoxiously suggests that abortion is about equality and ‘healthcare’:

Don’t Ban Equality

It’s time for companies to stand up for reproductive healthcare

Equality in the workplace is one of the most important business issues of our time.

When everyone is empowered to succeed, our companies, our communities and our economy are better for it.

Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health, independence and economic stability of our employees and customers. Simply put, it goes against our values and is bad for business. It impairs our ability to build diverse and inclusive workforce pipelines, recruit top talent across the states, and protect the well-being of all the people who keep our businesses thriving day in and out.

The future of gender equality hangs in the balance, putting our families, communities, businesses and the economy at risk.

We, the undersigned, represent more than 108,000 workers and stand against policies that hinder people’s health, independence and ability to fully succeed in the workplace. Complete list of signers below.



“When everyone is empowered”??? With all this talk about equality and healthcare, the one person that is completely ignored is the most innocent of them all, the unborn child. It’s is a nightmare of the worst kind for those little innocent children who end up suffering at the hands of these anti-science, anti-Christian elites who think they know better. I just don’t know what to say anymore.

The entire list of companies and their CEOs is too long to put here unfortunately. A few highlights, however, include the CEOs from Twitter, Slack, Yelp, H&M, Tinder, Postmates, Ben and Jerry’s and many, many more that you probably aren’t familiar with.

You can view the entire list either in an article by CNN or at the actual website of the wretched ad itself. If you see anyone prominent that I’ve not mentioned in this article, list them in the comment section.

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202 thoughts on “CEOs from 180 companies say they want to empower “everyone” in big pro-abortion ad in the New York Times

  1. Thank goodness Glock, Sig Sauer, Smith and Wesson, and Remington were not on “THE LIST”.

  2. The only one I’ve ever dealt with is Eileen Fisher who sells women’s clothes. I definitely won’t buy that brand anymore.

    1. You buy a lot from Beefcake Swimwear and RockPaperRobot?

      The big list is bigly disappointing.

  3. As Steve Deace sarcastically said, since two commies who make ice cream have spoken he guesses he will be pro-abortion now. I say good luck to all of them when they have to explain to God why murdering his wonderful gift was okay.

  4. Eileen Fisher, Clark, rag and bones, Kenneth Cole Productions, and Everlane are part of the 180 companies.

    1. I’ve heard of Cole. I just discovered H & M. Nice, affordable clothes, but, yeah, none of them for me either.

      Note: I edited this comment. The “Clark” company mentioned in the ad is NOT the shoe company, but I bet they want people to think that. It’s a tutoring consulting company just founded in 2016 with ‘venture capital’ provided by those who helped fund Snapchat. In other words, it’s probably another lefty organized pseudo-business. And I’ll bet many on this list are also.

    2. I’ve heard of Kenneth Cole (don’t buy anything from them anyway) but never ever heard of those others.

  5. Who’s going to empower and speak for the life that is destroyed by abortion? These people are sick!

    1. The more they talk, the worse they look. Polls show decreasing support for abortion. PP maintained media silence for decades but the pro-death crowd, with high self esteem, can’t keep from enlightening us with their wisdom. Keep digging.

  6. SMH, how sad for America . Dear Lord please be with the innocent babies, the left has waged a war on all of them, unborn and just born, evil is in full bloom in the lefts sick vile minds. :whew:

  7. They don’t represent 108,000 workers. They weren’t voted in to represent their workers.

    They’re simply employers. Working for a company does not empower them to decide how you vote on political issues.

    Besides, anyone calling abortion “reproductive healthcare” is already lying. Labor and Delivery is “reproductive healthcare.” Abortion is reproductive killing.

  8. Fortunately, I have no idea who most of these companies are and mostly already avoid the rest. Those I do use, I will write and demand that they stop involving themselves in social activist activities or I will support [insert competitor’s name here]. Now that I am retired, I have plenty of time to rattle cages 😀

  9. Don’t let this list scare you…

    THEY are the ones who are afraid. They’ve never come out this vocal against the pro-life movement. The old adage, “you don’t take flak unless you’re over the target” couldn’t be more true in practice than this list of despicable CEOs who value money & profits over life.

    Keep moving forward. We are winning this fight…finally

  10. “…..reproductive care, including abortion……”
    Explain to me how this ridiculous statement makes sense.

    Reproductive- baby is born
    Abortion- baby is killed

    1. I won’t argue the abortion part, but reproductive healthcare is primarily focused on the physical and mental health and wellbeing of the female (or male) patient. It includes much more than just babies being born.

      1. Mental health = reproductive healthcare? Is your brain in your pelvis? There are plenty of things that are actual reproductive healthcare, and abortion isn’t one of them, so I will agree with you that it isn’t just about gestation and giving birth., but like I said, it also isn’t about killing the baby.

  11. “We, the undersigned, represent more than 108,000 workers”
    No, they don’t. They employ them, them don’t represent them.

  12. With the exception of Ben&Jerry’s which I do not purchase anyway or Yelp which I will stop using, I do not recognize any of the other companies. I haven’t seen any movies in a very long time so Disney is out as well. I hope I wouldn’t be unknowingly using any of their unnamed products. If a good number of us on the conservative side shop somewhere else, these companies can go in the tank with their bottom line.

  13. Blah blah blah Marxist equality blah blah blah abortion blah blah blah reproductive healthcare. Not one word about the babies they want to kill. I saw a great post on FB that said “Abortion is when a baby gets the death penalty for someone else’s actions.”

  14. Companies like H & M and Ben & Jerry’s could shutter stores (H&M) and stop shipping their products (B&J’s) to stores in those states. Postmates could stop providing its service in these states. I mean, really, stop the virtue signalling and do something!! It’s REALLY, REALLY important! Also, like I saw someone else say, it’s pretty f’d up these companies are signing onto a statement against the states trying to protect life, even with a ban after 6 weeks, but not a peep about the states enacting infanticide or trying to do so. Nothing but crickets.

  15. The unborn baby needs to be empowered more then anyone for he or she doesn’t have a voice.

  16. [[CEOs from 180 companies say they want to empower “everyone”]]
    .
    EXCEPT the unborn of course- they don’t wanna empower the unborn- because by golly that might give them the right to life-

    1. Except that murdering future babies is not very empowering for the future of those companies! LOL…..they are idiot CEOs who clearly know little about growing their future.

  17. Tinder?

    I’m shocked, shocked to learn a sex hook-up service is endorsing sex without consequences.

    …actually, I am shocked — I’m shocked they found anyone willing to go in public and admit they’re in charge of such foul entity.

  18. The hypocrisy is in the fact that illegal alien women cross our borders pregnant and ready to deliver a BABY and in turn when the child is born they receive the GIFT of citizenship for the life of that child. Yet, everyday, women in America are snuffing out the LIFE of their unborn children.

    Has anyone cancelled their twitter account, yet. Fortunately, I don’t have one. I can only see this hurting these businesses. And, that would be a good thing for the LIFE of the unborn child.

    Question, the article says the companies represent 108,000 employees, did they all sign on? doubt it. And who represented the 638,169 BABIES aborted in the USA 2018? Anyone?

  19. It’s no surprise that a lot of CEO’s would come out in favor of abortion. Not only are a lot of them lefties but pregnancies effect their bottom line. They flat out admit in their ad that their businesses come before protecting human life.

  20. Babies aren’t our customers, so go ahead and kill them. And Debbie, get back to work. Your baby’s dead, so no excuses.

    1. Only one company on that list that I purchase from, Seventh Generation, I won’t be using their products in the future. And, I will be sending them a letter of disgust for signing on with the group of baby killers.

      “Seventh Generation’s mission to inspire “a consumer revolution that nurtures the health of the next seven generations.” This mission is a guiding light for the brand’s leadership, operations and marketing. It is the authentic touchstone for all its decision-making.”

      edit – I called them, I was on hold for five minutes before being put through to vm where I left a message of outrage regarding their support of this agenda.

      1. They will go the way of Babies – R – Us. What type of economic sense to support the killing of those whom you anticipate to be marketing products for….

  21. The best slaves, I mean employees, aren’t restricted by having an anchor tied to their breast.

  22. Didn’t have time before to look at the whole list before but I don’t think I’ve heard of more than 90% of these companies. Most of them sound like places where people who think like they do shop or do business so the majority of us who stand for life won’t be affected. 100% of them though I never do (or in an extremely marginal way) business with at all. They are only virtue signaling to their choirs. My in-laws knew both the original Ben and Jerry and neither one liked or bought their ice cream. Don’t know why anyone would since (to me) it’s an inferior product used only to deliver a political message.

  23. Well, at least there’s one thing Bobby Kotick isn’t a complete sleazeball in: putting his name on this list of baby killer support. I didn’t recognize any of these super hipstery companies, outside of maybe Yelp. And that’s only because of that really funny South Park episode about it.

  24. Yeah, it empowers our company so we don’t have to provide that pesky and expensive maternity leave. It’s pro-women to not have to offer that leave!

  25. These 180 companies may have wanted to ask Toy’s-R-Us how that is working out for them….oh yeah never mind they are bankrupt for supporting the killing of their market.

    In my town, we are having a population crises in which more people are dying than being born. We have more jobs than people to work them (never mind the amount of people who have no desire to work). Let’s go ahead and kill off our labor market because we are doing such a great job of maintaining and finding employees already.

  26. I find it interesting these CEO’s are willing to put their companies on the line for a law that was based on a LIE in the first place.

    https://dontbanequality.com/

    About
    The “Don’t Ban Equality” statement is in response to an alarming trend of bans passing in states across the country that restrict access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare, including abortion. Business leaders are stepping up to say that these bans go against their company values and negatively affect efforts to promote equality in the workplace, putting businesses, communities and the economy at risk.

    The effort to secure business leaders to sign the The “Don’t Ban Equality” statement is led by national organizations working to protect and expand access to reproductive health care, including Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NARAL Pro-Choice America, The American Civil Liberties Union and Center for Reproductive Rights. These organizations will continue to work together to provide opportunities for businesses and business leaders to help protect reproductive healthcare in the critical months and years to come.

    New research from The Harris Poll and NARAL shows why businesses that value equality should be concerned about policies that restrict access to reproductive health care. And new research from Greenwald & Associates and Planned Parenthood Federation of America also confirms that an overwhelming majority of Americans see brand values as important when making purchasing decisions. What’s more, 90% of millennials say reproductive health is an important issue to them, while more than two-thirds say it is very or extremely important.

    Most Americans agree that a person’s access to success and economic security is inextricably linked to their access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare. 71% of voters oppose overturning Roe V. Wade (NBC-WSJ poll), 75% of employed adults believe abortion should be legal (The Harris Poll/NARAL), and the majority of Americans believe that the economic security of families is linked to the ability to their access affordable reproductive care.

    According to the 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer, 71% of employees believe it’s critically important for “my CEO” to respond to challenging times. For companies, CEOs and founders that value equality, signing this letter gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your leadership on these issues to customers and employees.

  27. Didn’t have time before to look at the whole list before but I don’t think I’ve heard of more than 90% of these companies. Most of them sound like places where people who think like they do shop or do business so the majority of us who stand for life won’t be affected. 100% of them though I never do (or in an extremely marginal way) business with at all. They are only virtue signaling to their choirs. My in-laws knew both the original Ben and Jerry and neither one liked or bought their ice cream. Don’t know why anyone would since (to me) it’s an inferior product used only to deliver a political message.

  28. Well, at least there’s one thing Bobby Kotick isn’t a complete sleazeball in: putting his name on this list of baby killer support. I didn’t recognize any of these super hipstery companies, outside of maybe Yelp. And that’s only because of that really funny South Park episode about it.

  29. “The executives behind the letter were brought together by a coalition that includes the ACLU, Planned Parenthood and the advocacy group NARAL Pro-Choice America.”

    enough said!!!

  30. How wonderfully well abortion works out for companies that support infanticide. No maternity leave, no absenteeism when children are sick. The bottom line is the bottom line.

    1. And eventually no employees or revenue because they’ve eliminated all their customer base.

      1. These people aren’t exactly deep thinkers and don’t usually take a long view. When most of the babies have been killed where is the next generation of customers coming from? Of wait, that would be across an open border.

  31. The hypocrisy is in the fact that illegal alien women cross our borders pregnant and ready to deliver a BABY and in turn when the child is born they receive the GIFT of citizenship for the life of that child. Yet, everyday, women in America are snuffing out the LIFE of their unborn children.

    Has anyone cancelled their twitter account, yet. Fortunately, I don’t have one. I can only see this hurting these businesses. And, that would be a good thing for the LIFE of the unborn child.

    Question, the article says the companies represent 108,000 employees, did they all sign on? doubt it. And who represented the 638,169 BABIES aborted in the USA 2018? Anyone?

  32. As Steve Deace sarcastically said, since two commies who make ice cream have spoken he guesses he will be pro-abortion now. I say good luck to all of them when they have to explain to God why murdering his wonderful gift was okay.

  33. Eileen Fisher, Clark, rag and bones, Kenneth Cole Productions, and Everlane are part of the 180 companies.

    1. I’ve heard of Kenneth Cole (don’t buy anything from them anyway) but never ever heard of those others.

    2. I’ve heard of Cole. I just discovered H & M. Nice, affordable clothes, but, yeah, none of them for me either.

      Note: I edited this comment. The “Clark” company mentioned in the ad is NOT the shoe company, but I bet they want people to think that. It’s a tutoring consulting company just founded in 2016 with ‘venture capital’ provided by those who helped fund Snapchat. In other words, it’s probably another lefty organized pseudo-business. And I’ll bet many on this list are also.

  34. Where is equality for the unborn baby? Has anyone watched a video of a baby moving as far up in the womb as he or she can, to escape the pain of doctors who have chosen to take those little precious babies lives? Anyone who supports abortion has no morals. I have counselled with many women who suffer from the memories of killing their own child. It is a very sad and heart braking situation.

  35. If this was the 19th century these cretins would be using the same arguments in relation to slavery. When they strip the rights of a group to serve their special interests then they are no better than the slavery owners of those times. They are also incredibly ignorant. They are empowering the destruction of their future workforce. If people continue on with a one child mindset that treats children as little “princes”, “princesses” or even “pets” who will in all probability think that they shouldn’t have to or be asked to work where will the future workers come from? These companies will only have a choice to hire from the tiny pool that will be left and it will be their own fault. Welcome to the kingdom of the stupid.

      1. Despite all our problems with the LGBT fascists, the abortion evil is our number one problem.

  36. SMH, how sad for America . Dear Lord please be with the innocent babies, the left has waged a war on all of them, unborn and just born, evil is in full bloom in the lefts sick vile minds. :whew:

  37. A handful of medium-to-big companies and a bunch of 1-person proprietorships.

    Yawn.

  38. Yeah, it empowers our company so we don’t have to provide that pesky and expensive maternity leave. It’s pro-women to not have to offer that leave!

    1. Only one company on that list that I purchase from, Seventh Generation, I won’t be using their products in the future. And, I will be sending them a letter of disgust for signing on with the group of baby killers.

      “Seventh Generation’s mission to inspire “a consumer revolution that nurtures the health of the next seven generations.” This mission is a guiding light for the brand’s leadership, operations and marketing. It is the authentic touchstone for all its decision-making.”

      edit – I called them, I was on hold for five minutes before being put through to vm where I left a message of outrage regarding their support of this agenda.

      1. They will go the way of Babies – R – Us. What type of economic sense to support the killing of those whom you anticipate to be marketing products for….

  39. The best slaves, I mean employees, aren’t restricted by having an anchor tied to their breast.

  40. These 180 companies may have wanted to ask Toy’s-R-Us how that is working out for them….oh yeah never mind they are bankrupt for supporting the killing of their market.

    In my town, we are having a population crises in which more people are dying than being born. We have more jobs than people to work them (never mind the amount of people who have no desire to work). Let’s go ahead and kill off our labor market because we are doing such a great job of maintaining and finding employees already.

  41. Babies aren’t our customers, so go ahead and kill them. And Debbie, get back to work. Your baby’s dead, so no excuses.

  42. I find it interesting these CEO’s are willing to put their companies on the line for a law that was based on a LIE in the first place.

    https://dontbanequality.com/

    About
    The “Don’t Ban Equality” statement is in response to an alarming trend of bans passing in states across the country that restrict access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare, including abortion. Business leaders are stepping up to say that these bans go against their company values and negatively affect efforts to promote equality in the workplace, putting businesses, communities and the economy at risk.

    The effort to secure business leaders to sign the The “Don’t Ban Equality” statement is led by national organizations working to protect and expand access to reproductive health care, including Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NARAL Pro-Choice America, The American Civil Liberties Union and Center for Reproductive Rights. These organizations will continue to work together to provide opportunities for businesses and business leaders to help protect reproductive healthcare in the critical months and years to come.

    New research from The Harris Poll and NARAL shows why businesses that value equality should be concerned about policies that restrict access to reproductive health care. And new research from Greenwald & Associates and Planned Parenthood Federation of America also confirms that an overwhelming majority of Americans see brand values as important when making purchasing decisions. What’s more, 90% of millennials say reproductive health is an important issue to them, while more than two-thirds say it is very or extremely important.

    Most Americans agree that a person’s access to success and economic security is inextricably linked to their access to comprehensive reproductive healthcare. 71% of voters oppose overturning Roe V. Wade (NBC-WSJ poll), 75% of employed adults believe abortion should be legal (The Harris Poll/NARAL), and the majority of Americans believe that the economic security of families is linked to the ability to their access affordable reproductive care.

    According to the 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer, 71% of employees believe it’s critically important for “my CEO” to respond to challenging times. For companies, CEOs and founders that value equality, signing this letter gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your leadership on these issues to customers and employees.

  43. It’s no surprise that a lot of CEO’s would come out in favor of abortion. Not only are a lot of them lefties but pregnancies effect their bottom line. They flat out admit in their ad that their businesses come before protecting human life.

  44. “The executives behind the letter were brought together by a coalition that includes the ACLU, Planned Parenthood and the advocacy group NARAL Pro-Choice America.”

    enough said!!!

  45. Who’s going to empower and speak for the life that is destroyed by abortion? These people are sick!

    1. The more they talk, the worse they look. Polls show decreasing support for abortion. PP maintained media silence for decades but the pro-death crowd, with high self esteem, can’t keep from enlightening us with their wisdom. Keep digging.

  46. How wonderfully well abortion works out for companies that support infanticide. No maternity leave, no absenteeism when children are sick. The bottom line is the bottom line.

    1. And eventually no employees or revenue because they’ve eliminated all their customer base.

      1. These people aren’t exactly deep thinkers and don’t usually take a long view. When most of the babies have been killed where is the next generation of customers coming from? Of wait, that would be across an open border.

  47. The executives behind the letter were brought together by a coalition that includes the ACLU, Planned Parenthood and the advocacy group NARAL Pro-Choice America.

    Once again, the ACLU PROOVES they are anti-American and they support evil.

  48. It’s about “equality”? Wth? MORE misdirection and confusion. Siding with evil. Idiots.

  49. These last 3 years has showed us that from 2008 -2016 was a very empowering time for the libs. Obama has been disaster for normal rational thinking. The libs have completed step 3 of their brainwashing experiment and now we are looking at a future of total dysfunction.

  50. Where is equality for the unborn baby? Has anyone watched a video of a baby moving as far up in the womb as he or she can, to escape the pain of doctors who have chosen to take those little precious babies lives? Anyone who supports abortion has no morals. I have counselled with many women who suffer from the memories of killing their own child. It is a very sad and heart braking situation.

  51. If this was the 19th century these cretins would be using the same arguments in relation to slavery. When they strip the rights of a group to serve their special interests then they are no better than the slavery owners of those times. They are also incredibly ignorant. They are empowering the destruction of their future workforce. If people continue on with a one child mindset that treats children as little “princes”, “princesses” or even “pets” who will in all probability think that they shouldn’t have to or be asked to work where will the future workers come from? These companies will only have a choice to hire from the tiny pool that will be left and it will be their own fault. Welcome to the kingdom of the stupid.

  52. Fortunately, I have no idea who most of these companies are and mostly already avoid the rest. Those I do use, I will write and demand that they stop involving themselves in social activist activities or I will support [insert competitor’s name here]. Now that I am retired, I have plenty of time to rattle cages 😀

  53. I can happily say that I don’t buy goods or services from any of these companies. At least I don’t think I do.

  54. The executives behind the letter were brought together by a coalition that includes the ACLU, Planned Parenthood and the advocacy group NARAL Pro-Choice America.

    Once again, the ACLU PROOVES they are anti-American and they support evil.

  55. It’s about “equality”? Wth? MORE misdirection and confusion. Siding with evil. Idiots.

  56. These last 3 years has showed us that from 2008 -2016 was a very empowering time for the libs. Obama has been disaster for normal rational thinking. The libs have completed step 3 of their brainwashing experiment and now we are looking at a future of total dysfunction.

  57. Don’t let this list scare you…

    THEY are the ones who are afraid. They’ve never come out this vocal against the pro-life movement. The old adage, “you don’t take flak unless you’re over the target” couldn’t be more true in practice than this list of despicable CEOs who value money & profits over life.

    Keep moving forward. We are winning this fight…finally

  58. They don’t represent 108,000 workers. They weren’t voted in to represent their workers.

    They’re simply employers. Working for a company does not empower them to decide how you vote on political issues.

    Besides, anyone calling abortion “reproductive healthcare” is already lying. Labor and Delivery is “reproductive healthcare.” Abortion is reproductive killing.

      1. I love when I’m voted down for posting facts. I guess some people just don’t like facts.

          1. The statement that there is much more to reproductive health care than “Labor and Delivery” is a factual statement. I could describe the many other aspects of reproductive health, but I’d be accused of being condescending, so let’s try this . . .

            Do you believe that, there is NOT much more to reproductive health than “Labor and Delivery.”

            If you don’t believe this, then what are we arguing about, exactly?

        1. No, you’re downvoted for being a contumacious donkey. People are tired of your condescending and unhelpful 24-7 poop-stirring. You are the reason (along with AT) why we need a block function. You are making the site suck.

          1. Contumacious? Nice word. Although the usage here is questionable, as it suggests I am being disobedient to my master, and . . . well . . . that’s between me and my master, isn’t it?

            And does it really “suck” so bad to see somewhat of an alternate viewpoint once in a while?

        2. @t_ump You’re as sick as the ones who support murdering innocent babies. Stupidity & leftist ideals are not facts, moron.

          1. I’ve noticed that you tend to diagnose anyone with whom you disagree, as being “sick.” Do you view this is a “healthy” way to look at the world?

            Is it possible for you to have a conversation with someone with whom you disagree? Or no?

      2. I know one thing you know how to accumulate Down votes,appears you are taking them as a badge of honor.Not sure you will ever reach AT’s close to 700 numbers,but keep trying.

        1. Honestly I don’t really pay that much attention. I understand that people use that button as “disagree” or “dislike” as if a conversation was like a game show or popularity contest. I just find it interesting when people disagree and dislike something that is nothing more than facts.

  59. “We, the undersigned, represent more than 108,000 workers”
    No, they don’t. They employ them, them don’t represent them.

  60. Now is the time for the Republicans to go all out on this issue. The Dems are trying to claim they are for womens rights and health care but in reality they want to be able to kill babies. Republicans should be able to absolutely destroy them on this. Will they?

    1. I agree, but except for a very select few, the GOP is nearly as worthless as the commie-socialist democrat party

  61. Well good. I don’t have stock in any of those companies.

    Though I think it’s hilarious that Tinder and MakeLoveNotPorn support it. Gee I wonder why.

  62. “threatens the health, independence and economic stability of our employees and customers. Simply put, it goes against our values and is bad for business. It impairs our ability to build diverse and inclusive workforce pipelines, recruit top talent across the states, ”

    Please enlighten us on how you expect more customers, and to “recruit top talent” if you support aborting them? You’ve already killed 60 million since Roe v Wade in 1973. How many more millions must die to support you blood thirsty barbarians?

  63. “…..reproductive care, including abortion……”
    Explain to me how this ridiculous statement makes sense.

    Reproductive- baby is born
    Abortion- baby is killed

    1. I won’t argue the abortion part, but reproductive healthcare is primarily focused on the physical and mental health and wellbeing of the female (or male) patient. It includes much more than just babies being born.

        1. In most situations it may not be. But sometimes it is, such as when the mother’s life is at risk and the abortion alleviates that risk. That’s healthcare.

          But that wasn’t my point. My point is there is a lot more to female reproductive healthcare than just delivery of babies. As I think I made clear, I’m not referring to abortion here at all.

          1. When the mother’s life is at risk from a pregnancy guess what the medical course of action is…..deliver the baby, typically an emergency c-section. Their is not a situation that exists whereby killing the unborn baby is the answer to risks associated to the mother in regards to pregnancy.

            You’re putting forth a lie that has been pervasive for some time. Doesn’t make it more true now than when it was first brought forth.

            1. I’m sorry, but your claims are not consistent with the view of medical professionals who routinely deal with these issues. At best, the argument you present is about semantics. For example, in some situations a woman must be treated by medically inducing a miscarriage. Some argue that this isn’t technically an abortion, but the fetus doesn’t survive nonetheless. Some of those medical professionals who claim (disingenuously, I believe) that abortions are never necessary also readily acknowledge that the unborn child may not survive such treatments.

              How can this be? They simply define abortion as never medically necessary, and distinguish everything else by calling it treatment rather than abortion. Don’t believe me? From the Dublin Declaration, in which thousands of medical professionals said “abortion” wasn’t medically necessary:

              “[W]e affirm that direct abortion – the purposeful destruction of the unborn child — is not medically necessary to save the life of a woman. We uphold that there is a fundamental difference between abortion, and necessary medical treatments that are carried out to save the life of the mother, even if such treatment results in the loss of life of her unborn child. We confirm that the prohibition of abortion does not affect, in any way, the availability of optimal care to pregnant women.”

              Did you get that? Abortion isn’t medically necessary, but sometimes treating a woman will involve the loss of life of her unborn child.

              I’m not interested in such semantic games. According to best medical practices, sometimes saving the mother means that fetus will not survive.

              1. You’re purposefully deflecting and using semantics because it doesn’t support your previous arguments. You agreed that abortion is the purposeful intent of killing the pre-born human baby. That is separate and parcel from a medical procedure to assist the pregnant women that inadvertently results in the loss of the child. Two completely separate intentions. This isn’t difficult to grasp.

                You’re very good at deflecting and obfuscating the crux of abortion. So, instead of arguing on the peripherals, why don’t you provide your opinion on whether abortion should be legal and if so when in gestation it should be legal and your reasoning behind butessing your opinion.

                1. Wow! You are just making things up!

                  I did NOT agree to that particular definition of abortion. Quit putting words in my mouth!

                  You also falsely accused me of “putting forth a lie.” I did no such thing. Despite your word games, medical science is clear, sometimes ending the pregnancy alleviates the health threat to the mother.

                2. “Despite your word games, medical science is clear, sometimes ending the pregnancy alleviates the health threat to the mother.”

                  Wrong. Sometimes in an attempt to alleviate the threat to the mother the pre-born child may die. That’s wholly separate from abortion which is the purposeful killing of a pre-born baby.

                  Now since that is behind us do you care to give your opinion on abortion, or do you just want to keep deflecting on tertiary issues?

                3. LOL. This is just silly. Of course the fetus may die. Inducing miscarriage tends to to that. Likewise regarding other procedures that medical professionals use to save women. This idea that there is never a need for the fetus to die in order to save the patient is just plain unscientific.

                  As for me giving you any more of “my opinion on abortion” you’ve got to be kidding me. You’ve called me a liar, falsely claimed I agreed to your disingenuously manipulated definition, and you are absolutely playing games regarding whether it is ever necessary to end a pregnancy to protect the patient. I have zero confidence that you have the willingness or ability to have any sort of intelligent conversation on the issue.

                4. You don’t induce miscarriages. You induce a delivery. To induce a miscarriage is to intentionally abort the pre-born baby and you’re castigating me for semantics?

                  So you’re willing to engage me on tertiary issues regarding abortion, but not the crux of the issue?

                  It’s a simple request, what is your position on abortion?

                5. Gee, what a surprise. More word games. Keep spinning, but even you know that in order to save the patient, sometimes medical professionals takes steps which will result on the the fetus not surviving.

                  And again with the abortion interrogation? Looking for something else to misrepresent? No thanks.

                6. So you have come full circle. You originally stated,

                  “mother’s life is at risk and the abortion alleviates that risk. That’s healthcare.”

                  I made the point of saying abortion (the intentional killing of the unborn baby) is never medically required to save the life of the mother.

                  Then lastly you said, “in order to save the patient, sometimes medical professionals takes steps which will result on the the fetus not surviving.”

                  That is not the intentional killing of the unborn baby and not abortion. Just as an induced delivery for complications may result in the death of the baby, it is not intended to kill the pre-born child. These are not semantics, it’s the difference in intent.

                  I’m glad we are finally in agreement that abortion is never medically justified to address the health of the mother.

                7. Oh my goodness you are twisted. My position hasn’t changed. This isn’t about semantics or word games. Women will die.

                8. “This isn’t about semantics or word games. Women will die.”

                  Really……hyperbole is your response? I expected better from you.

                9. Unfortunately it is not hyperbole. Your little word game – where you pretend that continuing with a pregnancy never puts a women at a greatly increased risk of death and serious illness – distorts reality. Laws get passed which put medical professionals in an impossible position. If they abide by their duties as doctors they will risk a lifetime in jail, whereas if they follow the law despite those duties, women will die or suffer serious injury and illness. Women will die.

                10. “continuing with a pregnancy never puts a women at a greatly increased risk of death and serious illness”

                  I never made that claim. Of course pregnancy brings certain risks than otherwise not being pregnant. My claim was that intentionally killing the baby is never a certified solution to the life of the mother. Emergency delivery…. Yes. Aborting the baby…. No. That is wholly separate from an UNintentional death of a pre-born baby when attempting to address health risks to the mother.

                  Is your claim that because pregnancy carries risk that killing the baby is always a medical option thus ipsofacto reducing risk associated with pregnancy?

                11. Still with the word games? Sometimes the mother survives only because the doctor knowingly took steps which he knew would mean the fetus would not survive. Believe it or not, doctors are aware that, in many situations, severing the link between mother and fetus means that the fetus will not survive. So is that “intentionally killing the baby?” Or the unintentional death of a pre born baby?

                  What you are trying to do here is twisted. Women will die because people like don’t want to acknowledge that sometimes the mother’s survival necessitates that the fetus must die.

                  These new laws have doctors going to jail for life. You think many doctors are going to step in and do what is necessary to save these women when some nutty prosecutor can lock them up for life if that prosecutor decides that the life saving decision “intentionally killed the baby?”

                  As for your last question, don’t be ridiculous.

                12. I’m not sure why this is so difficult for you to understand. To my knowledge there is not a condition by which the doctor saves the life of the woman by killing the baby. Emergency delivery…. Yes, but not the intentional killing of the baby. So what are these conditions by which the doctor needs to kill the baby to save her life?

                  And please refrain from the hyperbole, it doesn’t stress your point, it just makes it look emotional.

                13. To your knowledge? Well . . . therein lies the problem. You obviously have little knowledge beyond talking points. For any pregnancy less than about 22 or 23 weeks, the morbidity rate is 100 in 100. For a few weeks after that, the chances of survival are still slim. And the rates are even worse for mothers with severe health problems! So for the bulk of any pregnancy, any condition treated by your euphemistically named “emergency delivery” is nothing but an induced miscarriage. You can play the fool all you like, but the doctor is not performing “emergency delivery,” he is intentionally ending the pregnancy to save the mother.

                  Even your disingenuous doctors who came up with this smoke and mirrors show now admit that their little word game has no merit at 20 weeks or before.

                  Why is that so difficult for you to understand?

      1. Mental health = reproductive healthcare? Is your brain in your pelvis? There are plenty of things that are actual reproductive healthcare, and abortion isn’t one of them, so I will agree with you that it isn’t just about gestation and giving birth., but like I said, it also isn’t about killing the baby.

        1. I think perhaps you missed the part where I indicated I wasn’t talking about abortion at all. Maybe it was below, I don’t remember. Anyway, I explicitly said so somewhere.

          But let me state it again, so we are clear. There are a lot more aspects to women’s healthcare than just delivering babies, and I am NOT talking about abortion.

          And yes, mental health can be a factor in reproductive healthcare, as with any other healthcare. And again, I am not talking about abortion here. The mental well being of the patient should and does factor into a woman’s (or a man’s) decisions regarding her reproductive health, as well as her/his actual healthcare.

          1. Agree if a person is mentally incapable of handling the rearing of children, they shouldn’t have kids. Practicing birth control would be a good idea in that case. Still not sure what that has to do with “decisions regarding reproductive health.” Either reproductive organs are healthy or they aren’t since we’re now obviously not talking about birthing children. Hormones can affect moods and energy levels, which I can see how that would apply to a mental state, but if attended to that can be alleviated.

            1. Birth control is certainly a decision impacting reproductive health, as are decisions relating to sexually activity, disease prevention, nutrition, drug and substance use, physical activity, sleep, and mental health. Women’s reproductive health involves the physical and mental health of the woman and her reproductive system pre-puberty, pre-conception, during pregnancy, during and after child-birth, and during and after menopause. It can involve wellness exams, self exams, cancer screenings, genetics, disease prevention, fertility issues, and much more. But surely you know all of this, and that none of this is in the least bit controversial.

              Unfortunately, many women, especially poor and uneducated women, lack access to reproductive healthcare.

              1. I’m sorry but I don’t buy that poor women lack access to any kind of healthcare in this country. Even the poor here are more fortunate than many around the world. That may be short-sightedness on my part. I don’t know. We can talk uneducated because they just don’t know any better but what percentage of women would that even be?

                1. You don’t “buy” that poor women often lack access to reproductive healthcare? What can I say, other than it is true whether you “buy” it or not.

      2. “Healthcare” is a misdirection. It’s a means to focus to entirely on women and none on the unborn babies. And what does healthcare have to do with abortions? They are polar opposites.

        1. Exactly.

          These people don’t care one whit about the health of either the woman or the man. “Reproductive health” , “healthcare”, etc. are just smoke and mirrors to hide behind their love for murdering the unborn in the womb.

          1. And love of money. Without abortion, PP has no purpose to exist and continue to take our money and fund Democrats.

      3. You can’t reproduce if there’s no baby born. Look up the definition of reproduction in a dictionary. Abortion is anti-reproduction activity.

        1. Not sure why you and everyone else insists on ignoring this, but I’m not talking about abortion.

          Without sound reproductive health, a woman may not even be able to have a baby if she so chooses. In fact she may not be able to survive at all.

          1. You troll through looking to nitpick and agitate. This is what happens. You are enjoying yourself. For whatever reason, it must be adding something you view as positive to your daily existence. Otherwise, what’s the point?

            1. That may be how you perceive it, but that is not my intention. I think it important that when discussing women’s reproductive health, that the conversation doesn’t get sidetracked into the usual abortion vs. having the child debate. It is easy to lose track of this but I feel it is fundamental, yet it gets lost in all the posturing.

              Look at the posts above, for example. I’ve said again and again that when I talk about reproductive health, I’m not talking about abortion, yet most every post is coming at me and assigning to me something about abortion that I didn’t say. And you accuse me of trolling because I correct the record when someone tries to make my post about something it is not? How’s that work?

              1. You tell me. How does that work? You do it here all of the time. That is your intention. It’s why I tell you to stop being obtuse. I think the issue here with abortion and repro healthcare being conflated is because that’s what the Democrat mantra is and what this CEO statement says and you come around with your trolling all of the time, and I don’t think anyone here cares what you’re saying because well, why would they?

                1. I’m not being obtuse. You just don’t want to hear what I have to say. I’m certainly not begging you to read my posts or respond.

                2. What you have to say doesn’t bother me actually. I ignore your comments often. I see nitpicking at people when I think you aren’t stupid and do get the point someone is trying to make but want to troll whomever for maybe not using the right wording to your satisfaction. I think you look for that in.

  64. Blah blah blah Marxist equality blah blah blah abortion blah blah blah reproductive healthcare. Not one word about the babies they want to kill. I saw a great post on FB that said “Abortion is when a baby gets the death penalty for someone else’s actions.”

  65. With the exception of Ben&Jerry’s which I do not purchase anyway or Yelp which I will stop using, I do not recognize any of the other companies. I haven’t seen any movies in a very long time so Disney is out as well. I hope I wouldn’t be unknowingly using any of their unnamed products. If a good number of us on the conservative side shop somewhere else, these companies can go in the tank with their bottom line.

  66. [[CEOs from 180 companies say they want to empower “everyone”]]
    .
    EXCEPT the unborn of course- they don’t wanna empower the unborn- because by golly that might give them the right to life-

    1. Except that murdering future babies is not very empowering for the future of those companies! LOL…..they are idiot CEOs who clearly know little about growing their future.

  67. someone should ASK these corporations…………if the child is a pain in the *&^^ at one year old OKAY to discuss getting rid of it with your doctor????????????????????????????????????????????????
    be proud you morons supporting murder

  68. The list is hilarious. Easily 90% of these mega-big “corporations” are nothing more than a couple of radical activists, a fax machine, and a modem.

    For example, here’s one of the super-influential “corporations” putting their foot down:
    Lesbians Who Tech
    – Leanne Pittsford

    Here’s another with outsized influence:
    RoundPeg Benefit LLC
    – Polina Pinchevsky

    1. Such powerhouses of the economy:
      Shifting Patterns Consulting
      – Kimberley Jutze

      Beefcake Swimwear
      – Mel Brittner Wells

      RockPaperRobot
      – Jessica Banks

      WhyWhisper Collective
      – Alexandra Ostrow

  69. Thank goodness Glock, Sig Sauer, Smith and Wesson, and Remington were not on “THE LIST”.

  70. I don’t remember a single company or “woke CEOs” threatening to leave Virginia or New York over their Infaticide policies.

    Amazing that businesses/sports teams always threaten the Right. Never the other way around.

  71. Tinder?

    I’m shocked, shocked to learn a sex hook-up service is endorsing sex without consequences.

    …actually, I am shocked — I’m shocked they found anyone willing to go in public and admit they’re in charge of such foul entity.

  72. The only one I’ve ever dealt with is Eileen Fisher who sells women’s clothes. I definitely won’t buy that brand anymore.

  73. I can happily say that I don’t buy goods or services from any of these companies. At least I don’t think I do.

  74. So the big companies are tired of paying family maternity benefits,so now go to the
    extreme of encouraging abortions.

  75. Companies like H & M and Ben & Jerry’s could shutter stores (H&M) and stop shipping their products (B&J’s) to stores in those states. Postmates could stop providing its service in these states. I mean, really, stop the virtue signalling and do something!! It’s REALLY, REALLY important! Also, like I saw someone else say, it’s pretty f’d up these companies are signing onto a statement against the states trying to protect life, even with a ban after 6 weeks, but not a peep about the states enacting infanticide or trying to do so. Nothing but crickets.

    1. You buy a lot from Beefcake Swimwear and RockPaperRobot?

      The big list is bigly disappointing.

  76. Now is the time for the Republicans to go all out on this issue. The Dems are trying to claim they are for womens rights and health care but in reality they want to be able to kill babies. Republicans should be able to absolutely destroy them on this. Will they?

    1. I agree, but except for a very select few, the GOP is nearly as worthless as the commie-socialist democrat party

  77. Well good. I don’t have stock in any of those companies.

    Though I think it’s hilarious that Tinder and MakeLoveNotPorn support it. Gee I wonder why.

  78. “threatens the health, independence and economic stability of our employees and customers. Simply put, it goes against our values and is bad for business. It impairs our ability to build diverse and inclusive workforce pipelines, recruit top talent across the states, ”

    Please enlighten us on how you expect more customers, and to “recruit top talent” if you support aborting them? You’ve already killed 60 million since Roe v Wade in 1973. How many more millions must die to support you blood thirsty barbarians?

  79. someone should ASK these corporations…………if the child is a pain in the *&^^ at one year old OKAY to discuss getting rid of it with your doctor????????????????????????????????????????????????
    be proud you morons supporting murder

  80. The list is hilarious. Easily 90% of these mega-big “corporations” are nothing more than a couple of radical activists, a fax machine, and a modem.

    For example, here’s one of the super-influential “corporations” putting their foot down:
    Lesbians Who Tech
    – Leanne Pittsford

    Here’s another with outsized influence:
    RoundPeg Benefit LLC
    – Polina Pinchevsky

  81. I don’t remember a single company or “woke CEOs” threatening to leave Virginia or New York over their Infaticide policies.

    Amazing that businesses/sports teams always threaten the Right. Never the other way around.

  82. So the big companies are tired of paying family maternity benefits,so now go to the
    extreme of encouraging abortions.

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