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Sun, 01-31-2010 - 10:58pm

I've been an occasional lurker here just because I love a good debate, but I rarely get involved because I can get caught up in it and never leave...;) There is a question that I have for all the pro choicers out there.

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:07pm
I have to disagree with this.

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:10pm

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:16pm

Then use another. But ruling out hormonal forms of birth control and IUDs Which also may cause failure of fertilized eggs to implant), removes all of the effective forms of birth control. Don't give me abstinence as the only other option. It is against my religi0on. And NF also violates it as well.
Let's let everyone CHOOSE the method best aligned to their own personal health histories and religious/moral observances, shall we?


I didn't bring this up. Someone else asked me. I wasn't going to volunteer that information but I'm not going to lie about it either.

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:24pm

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For HER, there "were no problems", perhaps. But do you really think it's fair to extrapolate her experience to all other women who become pregnant via rape, and expect them to feel the same way about it, just because this one woman did?

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:25pm

!st- no baby til birth.


You say, but not was the Creator says.

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:25pm

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Abortion-not natural>>>

I think you're missing erosia's point. She needed to have D&C's to remove the tissue that wasn't spontaneously aborted by her body.

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:28pm

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Are you somehow under the impression that the whole world worships and reveres the same "Creator"?

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:33pm

Since I'm ready to agree to disagree, I would first like say thank you for explaining this line of thought.

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:42pm

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I would fight for abortion to be legal, safe and accessible to any woman who wants one, no matter what her reasoning.

I feel this way for a variety of reasons, but in particular, how would you prove whether you'd gotten pregnant via rape?

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Thu, 02-04-2010 - 11:55pm

>>>She never told him that she was pregnant and told the health staff that she didn't know who the father was. She did give her baby up for adoption and there were no problems with it.<<<

Since the adoption was fraudulently made, the father, if he every finds out that he has a child is well within his rights to fight for custody. He could also take the woman to court, etc.

I know of a guy who did this. He found out about approx. 10 years later. He'd joined the military, went over seas, etc. and then came back. The ex-girlfriend never notified him of the pregnancy, he heard about it (the pregnancy) through an acquaintance and then started looking into it more. He's currently in court proceedings to get his child back, etc.

So, it worked for that *one* person you know, but that doesn't mean it will work for every other woman. Also, even if it *seems* to be working, it might not continue to work, as illustrated by my anecdote above.

"It is right to be contented with what we have, but never with what we are."
- James MacKintosh, Scottish Philosopher

"It is right to be contented with what we have, but never with what we are."

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