Pro-choice vs. Pro-life

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Registered: 02-04-2008
Pro-choice vs. Pro-life
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Mon, 02-04-2008 - 2:52pm

One of my best friends is completely prochoice...myself prolife.

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iVillage Member
Registered: 04-15-2006
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 9:52pm

"no way, the abortions would still happen. There are medical reasons to have them, and in the end the mother needs to choses what is best for her. However, I do not believe in it as a form of birthcontrol...meaning people who have several abortions because they were just unsafe. I know not EVERYONE does this and this isn't the only reason they have the abortions."

Okay. Thanks for clarifying :)

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Registered: 10-17-2006
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 9:03pm

FWIW, I'm in the same camp, too :)

 

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Registered: 07-18-2006
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 8:38pm

By the way, I note your icon. I also realise that you are new to debate. You may want to bear in mind that this is not personal.

iVillage Member
Registered: 07-18-2006
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 8:33pm


Well I guess then we are in the same camp, lol.

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Registered: 07-18-2006
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 8:30pm


no way, the abortions would still happen. There are medical reasons to have them, and in the end the mother needs to choses what is best for her. However, I do not believe in it as a form of birthcontrol...meaning people who have several abortions because they were just unsafe. I know not EVERYONE does this and this isn't the only reason they have the abortions.

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Registered: 04-19-2006
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 8:10am
How is it better to pressure them to gestate than abort? You act like they are only being pressured and making emotional decisions IRT abortion.











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Registered: 10-17-2006
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 3:45am

~Basic. Pro-choice. Stance. You choose what's right for you, and I'll choose what's right for me.~


Exactly.

 

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Registered: 08-31-2004
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 3:26am


Do you think this

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Registered: 08-31-2004
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 3:22am

<Well that is the whole inbetween with the "pro child thing">


I don't consider it an inbetween. I consider it to be the basic pro-choice stance.



You've explained it pretty well, I think I understand the concept.


Me:


You: Well it isn't "My definition" I didn't make this stuff up.


Ok. The definition which you have espoused and talked about in this thread.



I'm not sure where you get that I think it doesn't exist. I am debating it, so clearly I do think it exists.



LOL! Again, the fact that I am debating the concept with you pretty clearly indicates that I am not turning a blind eye to it. I just don't think it's necessary, since what you call pro-child is the basic pro-choice stance.


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Registered: 08-31-2004
Mon, 04-14-2008 - 3:17am

<Well "women" are more mature and think things threw, on the other hand "young girls" might make a more emotional choice and not see all the facts. They might lean more towards what someone else wants and not what they really want.>


Indeed, a

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