Drycleaner puts “choose life” message on their…coat hangers

Seriously?

choose life coat hanger

Well, you can’t claim it’s not bold of Springdale Drycleaners to defiantly use a coat hanger to push their anti-choice propaganda. (Or maybe just clueless? Unclear.) Either way, the Cincinnati business has apparently been passing out these charming “choose life” coat hangers for a couple years now. And though they’ve already been mocked on the internet, looks like they’re sticking to this “strategy.”

Via RH Reality Check.

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  • http://feministing.com/members/andejoh/ John

    “choose life”

    Is not technically anti-choice.

    • http://feministing.com/members/decius/ Dan

      Agreed. Now I want to find a different dry cleaner, and see if I can get a PP advertisement on their coat hangers…

    • http://feministing.com/members/mighty-ponygirl/ Mighty Ponygirl

      Instructing someone on which choice they must make is anti-choice. Sorry to burst your bubble.

      • http://feministing.com/members/smiles/ Smiley

        Wrong.

        Pro-lifers aften call themselves pro-choice. They accept that people should be given a choice. It is therefore normal that some will choose ‘life’.

        It is wrong to assume that all pro-choicers will choose, err, ‘death’.

        Dan is therefore right.

        • http://feministing.com/members/smiles/ Smiley

          Oops. I meant to say ‘pro-abortion’ call themselves ‘pro-choice’.