I am not pro choice, except in the instance where an abortion is necessary to protect the life of the mother (Then, I feel, it's a case of having something similar to a diseased body part that needs to be removed. If the mother is likely to die then the baby is likely to and it would be futile to carry on). Or in cases of Twin-To-Twin syndrome where the survival of one baby is unlikely)
I have my reasons for being against abortions that aren't for good medical reasons. I've stated my reasons several times and said that they apply only to ME because of MY experiences.
Why is it then, that the pro-choices who have clearly had abortions themselves feel the need to say that I have no idea what I'm talking about because I can't possibly have been in the position to have to make the choice. Why not? Cause if I had been I'd have aborted like they "had to"? (Continued below)
Asked by Anonymous at 3:02 AM on Oct. 30, 2010 in Parenting Debate
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Answer by CaledonianCutie at 3:16 AM on Oct. 30, 2010
You seem like you ARE pro choice OP. Many pro choicers would NEVER abort, no matter what. They still feel ANOTHER has the right to choose.
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