Many countries and states are legalizing abortion yet saving endangered species mostly animals. Sounds like the dark ages of Paganism is at hand. Help me discuss about it.
Okay, so according to you, we are behaving barbaric in that we want to save endangered species and provide medical services to women?
Yeah, that makes sense.
Not sure if trolling...
Look, abortion is already legal in every state for a reason. When abortion is illegal, it still happens all the time, but in gas station bathrooms with coat hangers and potent herbal elixirs and in the basements of unqualified hacks who maim and kill.
Also, the Dark Ages heralded in Christianity as the dominant religion of Europe.
Just how do you make the connection of abortion and saving endangered species with paganism? You've completely lost me. The former is about women having the ability to choose whether or not to give birth and the latter is about good stewardship of the planet.
I am amazed at the many commercials promoting adopting abused animals but none for the abused children...animal abusers never have the right to have their abused animals back, but abusive parents are given back their children often...I am all for people having the right to save animals as well as the right to have an abortion, to me these are on the same side of the isle, the one where people have freedoms and the right to choose
Lol, as a Pagan High Priest, I am not sure what you are referring to, The Dark Ages Of Paganism. I think perhaps you should research more, lmao!
When humanity begins to terminate itself in order to protect endangered species, you will be closer to a point. Not far off!
Thanks for taking the point to be closer enough. You got me.
You forget our motto as a species is "eat the world"
I have no idea how the issues raised are connected. how would beating puppies help abused kids? How would wiping out the panda prevent unwanted pregnancies? Seriously, I'm confused.
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