Cosmopolitan, a magazine popular among young women, told readers how to obtain ritual abortion services at an abortion facility named after Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s mother.
On November 16th, Cosmopolitan explained the satanic-themed abortion process on its Instagram page. The article specifically referred to “ritual” services provided at “Samuel Alito’s Mama’s Satanic Abortion Clinic,” named as an insult to Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito.
“What does it feel like to have an abortion caused by the devil? Jessica*’s case” [a fake name to keep the woman anonymous]”This experience was extremely supportive,” the 37-year-old mother of three, who received abortion pills through Samuel Alito’s Mama’s Satanic Clinic, wrote in an Instagram post, according to Cosmopolitan. There was little ritualistic element to her solo abortion experience. ‘Why not? ‘ she thought. The overall message resonated with her. ”
The post shared a series of slides detailing the steps to perform a ritualized abortion according to the rules of the Satanic Temple. This included steps like looking at your own reflection before taking the abortion pill and saying, “My body is inviolable and subject only to my will.”
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The ritual later ends with the declaration: “By my body, by my blood, by my will, it is done.”
The slide also notes that the ceremony can include “as many loved ones as you like” and that “they can light candles, dress up, etc. if they feel empowered.” “Anything” proves it.
Shortly before that post, Cosmopolitan shared an article about the Devil’s Abortion Clinic, speculating that Alito’s mother may have chosen to have an abortion instead of giving birth to him in an alternate timeline.
“But if her circumstances had been different, if the pregnancy had put her own life at risk, or if the fetus had had a fatal abnormality, or if Rose had simply not been ready to have a child… What if she hadn’t? What if she had a choice? Would she have access to safe and legal abortion care? ” the magazine asked. “Nearly 75 years later, with the reproductive rights landscape seemingly going back in time, a group decided to channel this policy fantasy into a new medical venture named after her. ”
As stated by Cosmopolitan, the clinic’s premise is to use religion as a means to defend abortion rights.
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“According to TST’s accounting, no other faith-based organization in the United States has launched an abortion clinic,” the magazine said. “And that’s the game-changing twist here. Unlike other mail-in abortion pill providers like Hey Jane or Abs, TST is a religion, meaning the patients themselves are devil worshipers.” It’s not necessary, but it means you’re participating in a religious group.” “
The publication added, “This is an important legal distinction that TST hopes to leverage in its historic effort to expand its clinic model beyond New Mexico and into states where abortion is prohibited.” I think so,” he added.
Cosmopolitan did not immediately respond to FOX News Digital’s request for comment.
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