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A Hoax -- and Still Depraved

So it turns out that Aliza Shvarts' "art" project -- referenced here -- of inducing abortions on herself was nothing more than a hoax.

Obviously, that's better than if she had actually been inseminating herself and then taking abortifacients, as she had claimed.  But there's obviously something profoundly wrong with the moral sense and reasoning of a young woman who would even make up such a tale.


Yale must be so proud.

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