How is the following news? One can hardly be surprised that an organization founded on literal Nazi eugenics practices and which oversees the murder of hundreds of thousands of children every year isn’t the least bit concerned about the well-being of expectant mothers.
Discrimination against pregnant women and new mothers remains widespread in the American workplace. It is so pervasive that even organizations that define themselves as champions of women are struggling with the problem.
That includes Planned Parenthood, which has been accused of sidelining, ousting or otherwise handicapping pregnant employees, according to interviews with more than a dozen current and former employees.
In interviews and legal documents, women at Planned Parenthood and other organizations with a feminist bent described discrimination that violated federal or state laws — managers considering pregnancy in hiring decisions, for example, or denying rest breaks recommended by a doctor.
In other cases, the bias was more subtle. Many women said they were afraid to announce a pregnancy at work, sensing they would be seen as abandoning their colleagues.
Some of those employers saw accommodating expecting mothers as expensive and inconvenient. Others were unsympathetic to workers seeking special treatment.
“Expensive and inconvenient” is exactly how they describe their droves of annual natal victims. The adult women victims should be afraid, mortally so. A pregnant woman working amongst such demons is like – exactly like – Jonathan Harker’s duty call at Castle Dracula.
And, your taxes pay for this, you know.