I don’t get how pro-aborts think it lines up that “THE FETUS AIN’T SENTIENT SO IT’S WORTHLESS” but at the same time “THE FETUS INVADED MY BODY AND IS USING IT WITHOUT MY CONSENT.” If something isn’t sentient, how is it capable of knowingly “invading your body” (which, by the way, isn’t true) OR asking for your consent?
if you’re anti-abortion then your mum should have aborted you sorry but it’s a fact.
I don’t see the argument being made here. Because I support life at all stages I should be killed? Because I support babies from conception my mother should have to suffer the loss of her child? This post is a disgrace to even pro choicers. To win an argument you don’t wish death upon the other side.
If I recall correctly, that was Hitler’s (and the Ku Klux Klan’s) ideology. Don’t like ‘em? Try and exterminate every one of them.
The human body is consistently fighting “non-self” invaders—particles, toxins surrounding us, pathogens like bacteria and viruses, other human cells…it recognizes those things that are “non-self” and do not share your DNA and engulfs and destroys them. It is only when a woman becomes pregnant that there exists an exception, for the cells of the fetus. Instead of destroying these “non-self” cells, the body protects the baby with every system of the body it can use. It builds a placenta to protect the baby, an umbilical cord to feed and nourish the baby, and the endometrium to cushion and comfort the baby. It’s really beautiful. We’re destroying the very nature of the human body.
An Abortion Acrostic
Laura Horn (via renovatedheart)
I honestly - I’m not just saying this to be rude or whatever - don’t get why pro-choice people, especially those who follow the scientifically incorrect view that the baby isn’t human/alive/whatever else until they’re born, get so upset when they or friends have miscarriages. If you truly believe that it works out biologically that an unborn human isn’t human or alive until a certain time in the pregnancy or until it’s born, it doesn’t make sense to mourn a baby that isn’t, by your definition, a baby. Wanted-ness (or unwanted-ness) doesn’t affect biology, so even that argument doesn’t work.
Because technically, by the “blob of tissue” argument, you’re not mourning the loss of a baby. It’s just a non-sentient, useless, non-human, non-living clump of tissue.
Consistency is key, folks.
Dr. Joseph Randall, who performed over 32,000 abortions
It is not a choice if on college campuses women can only choose abortion. It certainly is not an informed choice when women cant look at the ultrasound.