A new, golden idol to abortion stands on top of a New York City courthouse this month, a reminder of the religiosity with which abortion activists defend the mass slaughter of babies in the womb.
The “NOW” statue also hints at the satanic: a naked, golden woman with braids fashioned into horns coming out of her head as she emerges from a pink lotus, according to photos in the New York Times. Images used by Satanists and The Satanic Temple often depict Satan with goat-like horns.
Andrew Beck, of the advertising agency Beck & Stone, drew attention to the statue Wednesday in a post on Twitter.
“The statue, named ‘NOW,’ is a female figure emerging from a pink lotus,” Beck wrote. “It has braids shaped as horns with a judicial lace apron. It is meant to pay homage to Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her fight for abortion.”
According to the New York Times, artist Shahzia Sikander created the 8-foot statue as an homage to the late U.S. Supreme Court justice, an idol of the pro-abortion movement. It recently was installed on top of the Courthouse of the Appellate Division, First Department of the Supreme Court of the State of New York in the city.
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“She is a fierce woman and a form of resistance in a space that has historically been dominated by patriarchal representation,” Sikander said. “With Ginsburg’s death and the reversal of Roe, there was a setback to women’s constitutional progress.”
The 53-year-old artist told the newspaper that she titled her piece “NOW” because women’s ability to have abortions is at risk right “now.”
The statue is not a permanent piece on the courthouse. According to the report, its next stop is Houston, Texas in June.
In New York, the law allows unborn babies to be aborted for basically any reason up to birth. And in New York City, abortions often outnumber births in the African American community. Despite these dismal facts, city and state Democrat leaders are pushing to expand abortions even more. Earlier this month, city leaders announced plans to begin buying abortion pills to distribute at city health clinics, the New York Post reports.
Also notable, pro-abortion politicians’ and abortion activists’ talking points frequently now include fighting “like hell” to keep the killing of unborn babies legal, and “Hail, Satan!” sometimes gets shouted at pro-abortion protests. In recent years, The Satanic Temple also has filed numerous lawsuits that challenge laws protecting unborn babies’ lives on religious grounds. The group claims abortion is a religious ritual.
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