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Willholbert09 0 points ago +5 / -5

So, I am going to get downvoted for this. But I am OK with pro choice. If a woman gets pregnant and doesn't think she can handle the kid, I think she should have a choice. I don't agree with abortions. And I hope they weigh heavily on the conscience of anyone who gets one. But I don't think the state should have legal authority over it, similar to gay marriage. If gay people want to get married, let them. What would Jesus do? The doxxing needs to get dealt with.

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bloodyminded 1 point ago +2 / -1

While I agree with you, in broad strokes- Myself being an increasingly reluctant "Pro-Choice" advocate- you, anyone who has not done so already, really need to educate yourself as to the "Pro-Choice" arguments, as most of them do not justify the ending of a pregnancy.

For example, the notion that women will now be "forced" to raise unwanted children is nonsense, as unless there is a seismic shift in reproductive rights? Women possess unparalleled rights in this arena, being able to end parenthood almost any time they like.

In particular, there are the so-called "Baby Moses" laws, which enable women to hand an infant under a certain age to any police station, fire department, or hospital. They can do so anonymously. Legally, no one is even allowed to ask for any personal information.

That's just the tip of the iceberg, here. Most of their arguments are less about being "forced" to make babies, and more about, women not wanting to take nine months off from promiscuity.

Do not ban abortion. Under no circumstances should that be the play.

But, it cannot be a form of birth control any longer. That must end, and soon.

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Willholbert09 -1 points ago +2 / -3

I am neutral. Every jerk off is dead sperm cells, and every menstrual cycle is a dead egg. I understand both sides. I lean on the side of personal rights.. I have had anti-abortion arguments with female family members. What I am saying is I am open minded about it. As I have said I don't agree with it, but I think it is a choice.