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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #763

ABORTION PROTESTERS: Get what they deserve.

ARTHUR SALES: The Brazilian model interviews Dan and Dean Caten of dSquared2.

CYNTHIA NIXON: Talks bullying and gay rights with Joy Behar.

SOCIAL NETWORKING: The media goes overboard.

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  1. It's not illegal to have an abortion just like it's not illegal for those protesters to protest. They are just standing up for what they beleive in, so I don't know what you think they "deserve" but they've done nothing wrong. They obviously weren't meaning to attack the people who medically need an abortion, but when you protest you dot ask each person for they're entire story, pro or against abortion.

    Posted by: Alex | Oct 26, 2010 5:58:02 PM

  2. Um, and it's not illegal to be opposed to the virulent antiwoman crusade that represents the antichoice movement. Sooo unless you can defend the antichoice movement's ideology and founding principles which makes them scream obscenities at women who are exercising their reproductive freedoms, you are entirely missing the point... Lotta stupid here today. It's unfortunate.

    Posted by: TANK | Oct 26, 2010 6:07:34 PM

  3. I'm not saying I don't think abortion should be legal, it's totaly the woman's right. But at the same time, it's their constitutional right to protest what they beleive is murder. I mean, if we can't even see that then we are no better than Christine odonnel.

    Posted by: Alex | Oct 26, 2010 6:16:52 PM

  4. ALEX how would you like if they stood outside of places you go to, and tell you you are going to hell, like the PHELPS nut jobs? So many women have to make a very personal decision and they should not be harassed like this.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Oct 26, 2010 6:21:28 PM

  5. Yes, and others have the constitutional right to give them what they deserve...which is to be publicly held accountable and called out for their actions...criminy...simple concepts for simple people.

    Posted by: TANK | Oct 26, 2010 6:24:35 PM

  6. Anti-choice protesters have a right to stand up for their beliefs, but harassing women on their way to have a legal medical procedure is morally repugnant. The women in this video are nothing compared to the "right to life" terrorists who make abortion doctors' lives a living hell, until they actually kill them.

    Rachel Maddow's documentary (last night) on the assassination of Dr. Tiller--and numerous other doctors operating legally and ethically--shows how brutal and evil organizations like Operation Rescue truly are. They encourage zealots to hunt down doctors, then wash their hands of blood when the zealots carry out their mission. Free speech must be supported, but I have little sympathy towards those who interfere with and threaten a woman's privacy while she's making the most painfully personal medical decision she'll ever have to make.

    Posted by: Ernie | Oct 26, 2010 7:34:07 PM

  7. Once again, for those in the back (Alex, that's you dear): freedom of speech does not mean freedom from reaction to and consequences of that speech. The man in the video isn't suggesting that it be illegal for these women to protest, but that it is despicable. Yea verily.

    Posted by: David R. | Oct 27, 2010 12:48:56 AM

  8. That Dad... is my hero ! Good for him.

    Posted by: Tre Gibbs | Oct 27, 2010 12:49:19 AM

  9. Those protesters are producing hate speech so they can feel better.

    I want to kiss that man for feeding them their own shit.

    Posted by: Scott | Oct 27, 2010 12:52:23 AM

  10. Kudo to the father for standing up to those evil, judgemental, self righteous women. Personally, I don't see their tactics being much different than the evil that is the Phelps clan.

    Yes, they have the right to protest, but that right should cease the moment it affects another individual. They should NOT be allowed to taunt and harass women seeking those services.

    Posted by: Rich | Oct 27, 2010 3:28:37 AM

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