Monday, June 20, 2022

Diagnosable hysteria according to the medical definition

Pro-abortion activists in blood-soaked outfits brandish toy DOLLS outside Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett's Virginia home and say ending Roe v. Wade will trigger spike in forced births

  • Members of the Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights group protested outside the home of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett on Saturday, calling on her to uphold women's federal right to abortion 
  • The protesters had their mouths and hands tapped, wore blood-stained pants and carried around toy dolls during the demonstration at the Falls Church, Virginia home 
  • They said they were dawning symbols of the increase in forced births that would supposedly take place if the Supreme Court votes to overturn Roe V. Wade in the coming weeks
  • The expected decision, which was leaked last month, spurred protests outside the justices' homes, with one man arrested for the attempted murder of Justice Brett Kavanaugh 
  • Lawmakers have since passed legislation for hightened security around the Justices and their families, as well as the Supreme Court building as debates over abortion rights erupt across the country 

Histrionic personality disorder

According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental DisordersFourth Edition (DSM-IV), individuals with histrionicpersonality possess at least five of the following symptoms or personality features:
  • need to be the center of attention
  • inappropriate, sexually seductive, or provocative behavior while interacting with others
  • rapidly changing emotions and superficial expression of emotions
  • vague and impressionistic speech (gives opinions without any supporting details)
  • easily influenced by others
  • believes relationships are more intimate than they are.

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