Why ‘We will adopt your baby’ is trending, A complete story

Following the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States that annulled Roe vs Wade, amidst signs condemning the decision, which no longer guarantees access to abortion.

We will adopt your baby Trend

A couple’s sign proposing an alternative to abortion became a target for both memes and Photoshop. On Friday, a couple in support of the court’s decision held up a sign that read: “We will adopt your baby.” Based on a reverse image search, the photo was first posted online by Noelle Fitchett on June 25, who called it “My favorite sign yesterday.”

A user tweeted “To all those couples holding up signs that beg you not to abort and we will adopt ‘your baby‘ why don’t you ever consider adopting one of the 400K+ children in the foster care system? Plenty of children need a good home why do you need a baby?”

We will adopt your baby Trend

Now the sign turned into a discussion about adoptees’ experiences.

The amount of vaguely creepy-looking white couples holding up signs that say “Don’t abort. We will adopt your baby” while more than 400,000 children are languishing in foster care in the United States tells you all you need to know about Evangelical Americans.

Another user tweeted “The “we will adopt your baby” signs are so disingenuous. I *am* a foster mom and can tell you the system is overloaded with more children than it can bear. If you cared you would be doing something NOW, but you just want the glory of “saving kids” with none of the responsibility.”

“The WORST part about these “Please don’t abort, we will adopt your baby” photos is that they are uniformly pictures of couples who will abuse, neglect, and make homeless any children who are LGBTQ, fat, not white, disabled, or who become non-Christian. These are NOT good people” another user wrote.

The Supreme Court of America last Friday, in the landmark Roe v. Wade case, overturned his case, ending nearly 50 years of constitutional protection for abortion.

The court’s controversial but anticipated decision gives individual states the power to set their own abortion laws without fear of conflicting with Roe, who has allowed abortions in the first two trimesters of pregnancy for nearly half a century.

Almost half of the states are expected to ban or severely restrict abortion as a result of the Supreme Court decision. Other states plan to maintain more liberal rules on the termination of pregnancies.

“The constitution does not give the right to abortion; Roe and Casey are rejected, and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives.

The news had people quickly turning to Google to ask a series of questions about current abortion laws in the US and what happens if the draft published Monday turns out to be the final decision. This is what they were asking.

How did that case change women’s rights?

The legal determination created the “quarter” system that:

  • Gives American women the absolute right to an abortion in the first three months of pregnancy.
  • Allows government regulations in the second trimester of pregnancy.
  • It declares that states can restrict or ban abortions in the last trimester as the fetus approaches the point where it could live outside the womb.
  • Roe vs. Wade also established that in the last trimester a woman can have an abortion despite any legal prohibition only if doctors certify that it is necessary to save her life or her health.

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