Babies are “time-sucking monsters,” according to a feminist blogger who says she considers abortion “kind of my jam.”

Amanda Marcotte, in a recent post at that blasted Republicans and “anti-choicers,” said abortion “may roll itself into the world of obsolescence.”

“Let me just put a stop to this **** right now,” Marcotte wrote. “You can give me gold-plated day care and an awesome public school right on the street corner and start paying me 15 percent more at work, and I still do not want a baby. I don’t particularly like babies. They are loud and smelly and, above all other things, demanding.

“No matter how much free day care you throw at women, babies are still time-sucking monsters with their constant neediness,” she declared

Marcotte said she is pleased with her present life, which gives her the “ability to do what I want when I want without having to arrange for a babysitter.”

“I like being able to watch True Detective right now and not wait until baby is in bed. I like sex in any room of the house I please.”

She railed against anyone who would “float ‘adoption’ as an answer.”

“Adoption? **** you, seriously. I am not turning my body over for nine months of gaining weight and puking and being tired and suffering and not being able to sleep on my side and going to the hospital for a bout of misery and pain so that some couple I don’t know and probably don’t even like can have a baby. … This is why, if my birth control fails, I am totally having an abortion.”

Marcotte’s tirade drew a response from Cassy Fiano of Live Action, the pro-life organization whose volunteers have recorded abortionists revealing their true agenda.

“Most abortion advocates are careful to act as if they’re not really fans of abortion. No one likes abortion, they’ll say. It’s a necessary decision that is painful for most women and they always think long and hard about it, and it isn’t a choice that is made cavalierly. No one wants to have an abortion, they’ll say. It’s only about ‘choice,'” she wrote.

But she notes that’s not the case with “pro-abortion femisogynist extremist Amanda Marcotte.”

“She acknowledges that most normal people probably recoiled reading [her comments], and she would be right. And here’s why: the truth is, most people don’t care if you don’t want a baby. No one really cares what you do with your life, Amanda, shocking as that may be. The thing is, just because you don’t want a baby doesn’t mean that you should have the ability to take a child’s life,” Fiano wrote.

“And while she sneers about how much she hates babies, most people want and love children. Probably has something to do with not being narcissistic, self-absorbed pro-abortion extremists. You know, or something like that.”

Marcotte said a pregnant mother-to-be is “my idea of what hell looks like.”

“Don’t I sound selfish? Hedonistic?” the self-described freethinker wrote. “This is actually what I think and I feel zero guilty about it, but I know that saying so out loud will cause people to want to hit me with the Bad Woman ruler.”

Marcotte said what is an interesting conversation is whether there’s a “rational justification” for applying pressure on women to mother.

“Is the pressure that’s dished out to women to serve at great cost to themselves just oppression, an attempt by society to extract labor and other goods out of women without giving them compensation and respect for it?”

Fiano wrote to suggest that Marcotte back up and look at the science.

“What’s interesting is how she acts as if floating the idea of adoption for those facing unplanned pregnancies is somehow forcing them into it. No, Amanda. It’s called having sex. You choose to have sex, you choose to open the door to having a baby, no matter what kind of birth control you’re on. Every time a person has sex, there is a possibility that they will get pregnant, barring a full hysterectomy,” Fiano wrote.

“None of this is unusual for Amanda Marcott. She’s called babies human waste before, as an example. And it’s illuminating, really. In order to win this war, we have to know who we’re fighting. And Amanda Marcotte shows that. While it’s easy to get outraged and angry about the vile she spews, don’t be. Pity her, or pray for her. It must be hard to live each day filled with so much anger, hatred, and misery.”

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