Why ARE some people MORE CONCERNED about the rights of an embryo or a fetus in its earliest stages
than the reproductive freedom/rights of a girl or woman?
Because every beginning is a human like yourself , you were a embryo, if some one thought you were not important then we would not be speaking now.
But you are a wonderful miracle. Lets not destroy the good thought in that
Say rip away parts of the interior, say parts of the carpet, rip the radio out as, well, we could because we have the power to
But do we have a right ,we did not create our own bodies, nore did we give ourselves the power to breath.
Life is his.
Honestly, I think most people on both sides oversimplify the issue to suit their own morality. The fact is, at some point during gestation, abortion is terminating a life. Another fact is that, regardless of how sacred you believe that life to be, banning abortion is taking away the right of a woman to control her own body.
This is not a black-and-white issue. Pro-lifers want everyone to think it's a foetus rights issue only, while pro-choicers want everyone to think it's a women's rights issue only. Personally, I see it as a complex issue where the rights of two (differently developed) human beings are at stake. That said, as long as it's a political issue and not a medical one, it won't be treated that way.
True a woman may be in charge of her body, but she did not create her own body, she was granted life and the use of it.
Example of a car we may travel in ,say we recieve a lease to use a car, can we just do as we want to that car, say rip away the,
To play devil's advocate, if women are cars, shouldn't the driver have the right to say who's allowed in?
Never said women were cars I said a car was leased, thebody was created without the help of the user, but granted to use, yes you have the power in your hands to do as you please,but does it make it right to distroy what it was made to do , it still
The SC failed to give judicial notice about when Life begins when they made the Roe v Wade decision in 1974.
That decision allows abortions in all trimesters, but as we get into the 2nd and 3rd trimester, the state has more interests in the abortion. It was a bad decision made by the SC as it didn't resolve the issues.
A better decision would have been to define the moment life begins, and from that point the woman is not the sole choice maker. She had her big choice before conception. And in the case of forced illegal conception, the abortion can be completed without getting to the fetus stage.
There are too many women that use Abortion as a post method of birth control.
People that can't have their own babies are adopting from foreign countries like China and Russia, so there would be plenty of adoptive parents ready to take these babies.
Of course, in those situations where the life of the mother is endangered, that changes the situation back to the choice of the mother.
Also, it took two to Tango, and yet the father has little to say in the matter??
Because it's easier for simple minds to wrap their brains around a good/evil structure, than it is to take the time to do the research, empathize, and put themselves in someone else's shoes.
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