Bombing for Choice

Obligatory disclaimer: I am not Ms. Lauren, nor was meant to be; I am Charles Johnson, guest blogging on Ms. Lauren’s behalf while she takes a much-deserved break. You can normally find me at Rad Geek People’s Daily.

While doing a bit of Googling for a citation of the decision in Roe v. Wade, I was reminded of a rather unpleasant fact: anti-abortion nuts have, up to this point, done a pretty good job at getting their agitprop ranked above factual information about Roe v. Wade and abortion in web searches. (On a related topic, see Crisis Pregnancy Centers Move Online.) As of 2 February 2005, the top search result for “Roe v. Wade” on Google (the one you’ll get from “I Feel Lucky”) is not the text of the case; it’s an anti-choice advocacy site called RoevWade-dot-org (I won’t link it here, lest it throw off the Google Bombing) — a one-stop shop for anti-abortion myths such as Post-Abortion Syndrome, the abortion-breast cancer link, and more, along with a heaping helping of wit and wisdom from everyone from Feminists for Life to Dr. James Dobson. You can find similar wingnut sites at the top of many other abortion-related Google searches.

Therefore, I propose that we do something about it. Specifically, I suggest we start throwing bombs.

Google Bombs.

There’s a Google Bombing afoot on the queries Roe v. Wade and abortion to knock the wingnuts off the top position and promote objective, factual, and useful information for people searching on these terms. You can find more information on how you can help at Rad Geek People’s Daily. So…

Anti-abortion ideologues beware: I’m promoting objective, factual information on:

You can too. Join me in Bombing for Choice.

Update 2005-02-02 4:04pm: Broken link back to the Bombing for Choice page fixed! ~RG


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6 Responses to Bombing for Choice

  1. evelyn says:

    yay, I’ve added mine!

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  4. Trish Wilson says:

    At least Google bombing still works. You can’t add hidden text to your blog or web site anymore. Google found a way around that.

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