Disgusting ‘Religious’ Facebook Group Insults Mothers Who Gave Birth Via Caesarean

Disciples of the New Dawn claim mothers who had C-sections ‘didn’t really give birth’

A religious group known as Disciples of the New Dawn has caused outrage on Facebook after posting a series of offensive posters aimed at women who gave birth via Caesarean.

‘Face facts: You didn’t really give birth. You caught a lucky break,’ reads one of the slogans, emblazoned across an image of a woman’s stomach bearing a C-section scar.  

Disciples of the New Dawn posters have angered people for their attacks on mothers who had C-sections [Facebook/Disciples of the New Dawn]
Disciples of the New Dawn posters have angered people for their attacks on mothers who had C-sections [Facebook/Disciples of the New Dawn]


‘Please show respect to superior women who actually had what it took to get the job done.’

And it’s not just women who have had elective caesareans that are the subject of this hate group’s censure.

The Christian society, said to be run by Father Patrick Embry, claims that pregnant women whose lives are in danger during childbirth should merely accept that it is their time to die.

‘Pregnancy is a beautiful thing as it is the zenith of a woman’s role in society,’ reads a worrying Facebook status from the group page.

‘If God has decided to call you home, it is not up to you or a doctor to reject Him. You may find yourself cast into the lake of fire for doing so.’

Reducing women to child-making baby machines is not only reductive to mothers around the world, it very strongly implies that if you do not have a child either through choice or circumstance, you are somehow less than a woman.

C-sections are not the only crusade the Disciples have gone on.

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Embry has tweeted numerous public service posters, warning his followers about the dangers of contraception, gay marriage and even adoption.

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There has been no confirmation that this is indeed a real religious group or merely a satire of the more worryingly conservative sects out there.

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In response to these disturbing messages, over 20 anti-Disciples of the New Dawn groups have popped up on Facebook forcing the deletion of the original group page.

Embry’s Twitter account has a mere 59 followers so it doesn’t look like his fanatical fight against women and their bodies is likely to take hold any time soon.

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