Shaming tactics have always been a hallmark of the feminist movement, used most often in their attempts to intimidate men into supporting them.
As a society, we use shame to go after men. Especially when they refuse to pay child support. Feminists will rail against men who will spread a woman’s legs, but won’t “man up” when she gets pregnant and has the baby. In fact, we have government agencies specifically in place to enforce child support laws, which are overwhelmingly aimed at men.
But what about the women? What if a woman gets pregnant and–against the wishes of the father–kills the child in utero? What happens if the man decides to go public about her decision to kill their child?
So why is it that shaming tactics are OK when women use them against deadbeat fathers and abusive husbands, but not OK when men use them against women who kill babies?