Amanda Klots, an Australian journalist, has been the subject of numerous death threats in the past, but this time it’s not from the far right, but the anti-abortion and anti-choice groups.
Klots was on a panel discussion at the National Press Club on Wednesday, when the Australian left-wing commentator appeared to suggest that abortion is illegal in the United States.
The event was hosted by the New York Times, which said the comments were “offensive and offensive to all of us”.
In response to Klots remarks, an Instagram post has gone viral.
In it, Klots said that she was not an “angry idiot” and was “truly sorry” for the “troubling” comments.
“I am not an ‘angry-idiot’, I am not someone who has a very big mouth, I am a human being, and the person who made those remarks is a human who has made many terrible, terrible, hurtful, hurt feelings about me,” Klots wrote.
“But they don’t know that the same pain and pain and trauma and suffering can be experienced by anyone, and that this pain and suffering has no place in society. “
“And the world is a better place for it. “
“For me, the only reason I’m here is because I wanted to share my pain with other women and girls.” “
She went on to add: “The only reason why I’m even here is to share this pain with women and I will never ever say that it’s OK to be angry. “
For me, the only reason I’m here is because I wanted to share my pain with other women and girls.”
“It’s not OK. “
“If you want to be an angry idiot, that’s fine. “
“Do your own thing.” “
The Australian leftwing commentator Amanda Klott, pictured at the Sydney Press Club, has made several controversial comments about abortion rights. “
Do your own thing.”
The Australian leftwing commentator Amanda Klott, pictured at the Sydney Press Club, has made several controversial comments about abortion rights.
But she was one of several who took to social media to defend her views on the topic.
‘I want people to know that this isn’t an attack on the right’ “If I’m the only person who knows the story of how this is happening, I will tell you this: if you want people a certain way, you’ve got to listen to me,” she told the Sydney Morning Herald in an interview.
“The truth is, we’re not the only ones that are going through this.
I want people who have this pain to know, you don’t have to feel angry or sad.
“What I want to say is this: there are women in this country who have been through this and they are hurting because of this. “
“In the United Kingdom, we have an issue that’s very similar. “
We have a woman who has been through a miscarriage and that’s just not an acceptable way to be. “
In the United Kingdom, we have an issue that’s very similar.
Klots’ comments came after she was called a “faggot” by an anti-choicers’ group, and was criticised for referring to a baby as “fetus” in an Instagram caption. “
As a woman, you can have a miscarriage, you’re not a criminal, you have the right to choose and we are going to be a country where women are respected and you don of course have the rights to terminate your pregnancy, but if you don, then it’s just a matter of choice.”
Klots’ comments came after she was called a “faggot” by an anti-choicers’ group, and was criticised for referring to a baby as “fetus” in an Instagram caption.
The Australian broadcaster said it was “disgusting” that a journalist had expressed such views.
“There’s no excuse for what she’s said and no justification for her actions. “
If anyone has any idea what this means, I’m not going to get involved,” the group said in a statement.
“You’ve got an Australian leftie like Amanda Kloot telling women they should ‘keep their legs shut’, and in Australia, she’s already been a member of the NSW Legislative Council. “
“Not only is she being labelled as an ‘anti-choicer’, she’s also been a woman of colour and a woman from the right. “
“All of these things are completely out of line and completely wrong. “
“Amanda Kloot has been criticised by people on both sides of the abortion debate and we know that she is the person with whom we disagree. “
“This is not an attack against the right, this is an attack in defence of women’s rights.”‘”
I’m a human’ “I feel that we need”
This is not an attack against the right, this is an attack in defence of women’s rights.”‘
I’m a human’ “I feel that we need