After a survey done in the Buffalo News.. a majority with 51% are pro-life. I don't see anything wrong with trying to save a baby.. what I do see wrong, is them interfering in the lives of others. I'm pro-choice, because there are times, that I believe it should be up to the mother. Ex... the baby is dying in the womb, and putting the mother at risk of death as well. There are times, medically, where it should remain legal.. so here are my questions:
If you are pro-choice, what are some of the situations you would feel, it would be okay to get an abortion, or reasons why it should remain legal? Would you put stricter laws on abortions, to cut down on those unnecessary? If so, what would they be?
If you are pro-life.. what do you, or what you do, to help prevent abortions from taking place? How would you personally help some of these pregnant women?
I am pro-choice. That said, I am anti-abortion. I think that more should be done to lower the amount of unwanted pregnancies and abortions. I think there needs to be a better education system put in place and that said education should start early. There should be manditory year long sex ed classes in ALL highschools and mild ones early on. And they souldn't just cover the normal stuff. But they need to go in to detail - STDs, Protection *more than condoms and pills*, Abortion and what it really is. Not just the normal, wear a condom or be at risk stuff... But the gore filled truth about sex and what can come from it.
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 5:11 PM on May. 16, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 1:39 PM on May. 16, 2009
I'm pro-choice. I support abortion on demand for the first trimester and for medical reasons only after that. I would not place stricter laws but would make comprehensive sex ed and BC easily available.
Answer by Friday at 1:40 PM on May. 16, 2009
I'll give the same response as I did in the other section:
I am pro-choice. I am for education for all and resources available to pregnant women. However, I believe we need to keep it legal. We cannot pretend to be able to truly understand the life and situations of another person. Making it illegal will not stop abortion, just eliminate the availability to do it safely and strip us of our reproductive rights. As I've said before, the same laws that make it legal to have an abortion keep us from being forced into one if the government decided to limit population growth. These are not rights I can fathom giving up.
Answer by mandaday at 1:42 PM on May. 16, 2009
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Answer by _Jynxx_ at 2:04 PM on May. 16, 2009