Saw some slogans you might enjoy

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Registered: 11-03-2003
Saw some slogans you might enjoy
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Wed, 11-05-2003 - 10:29am
New ProChoice slogan:

"No fetus will beatus"


ProLife bumper sticker I saw on the way to work..

"Abortion? If it's not a baby, you're not pregnant"

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iVillage Member
Registered: 03-19-2003
Wed, 11-05-2003 - 3:44pm

How about:


"If it's not in your womb, keep your nose out of my snatch"

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Wed, 11-05-2003 - 5:55pm
Too Funny





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Registered: 10-05-2003
Wed, 11-05-2003 - 7:38pm
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Registered: 06-09-2003
Wed, 11-05-2003 - 7:49pm
hmmm...cleaver... and classy as well.

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Registered: 03-19-2003
Thu, 11-06-2003 - 8:18am
Nothing classy about people being concerned with my uterus either.
I'll try & find the link to the site on which I saw this and other bumper stickers.

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Edited 11/6/2003 8:20:27 AM ET by cl-mferkul
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Registered: 10-05-2003
Thu, 11-06-2003 - 10:05am
Do whatever a woman wants to with her uterous! I could advocate the right, as I said before, to electively remove my damaged uterous. But that isn't a right that I have - I ahve tried for years!!! I could walk in and choose to end a human life, but no one will allow me to end my suffering by elective hysterecotomy - dang, thanks for the reproductive right and the right to determine what happens to my body!

You can do what you choose with your body and body parts - isn't that how a woman gets pregnant in the first place? It is the separate life that I disagree with you on as being PART of your BODY and YOUR choice (not YOUR as in you).

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Registered: 03-19-2003
Thu, 11-06-2003 - 1:54pm

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Well there is the crux. I hold that it is NONE of your business, ever. The law may restrict the stage at which an abortion can be perfromed, and the method- but it still remains my uterus, my body, "Until such time that viability can be reasonably established for the fetus, it is each woman's right to choose whether she continues the pregnancy or terminates it. No one else, including the father of the fetus can assume the health and physical risks which can be fatal or leave long-term health problems.

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Registered: 10-05-2003
Fri, 11-07-2003 - 8:44am
The CHOICE for pregnancy was already made. The morality regarding terminating life is already a given in most civilized nations. The crux is that we the people have ignored the smallest and youngest of our kind and demied them personhood/human status. I guess for many, like myself, just as there should not have been NEEDS for the addition of women's rights and black rights into the constitution - for they should have been a 'given' based upon the original context, just as STAGES of human life should not have to be detailed within this body of law in order to protect these unborn. It should be a matter of contious, right/wrong, and common sense. If we live in a nation were personhood is only granted by a constitutional ammendment - somthing is not quite right!
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Registered: 03-19-2003
Fri, 11-07-2003 - 10:14am

<<The CHOICE for pregnancy was already made. >>


No, the CHOICE is made when the woman either decided to CONTINUE or TERMINATE the pregnancy. Until such time, anything inside of my body is NO ONE'S business.


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Registered: 10-05-2003
Fri, 11-07-2003 - 11:08am
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You decide to take an action that can result in a pregnancy. There are choices and decisions that should be made PRIOR to sex regarding whether or not pregnacy is desirable. If that means using multiple forms of protection - wouldn't that be more of an indicator of MAKING A CHOICE regarding pregnancy?

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That is not making a choice to become pregnant or not, which I believe IS a woman's right. No one should be able to force a woman to get pregnant. In that I believe strongly. Continuing a life is something that I place in a Human Rights catagory, not a reproductive one, for reproduction has already occured. As far as Terminating the pregnancy, that again, I place as a Human Righs violation and tragedy. Not a choice to be made after the initial choice didn't work out neatly the way a woman wished it would.

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Well, if I had a blood test or a urine test to get a job, and they discovered THC in my system, in MY BODY, which is no one's business, it would prevent me from gettin the job in many cases, wouldn't it? Why doesn't, or does it, pertain to ALL things of your body? And least we forget, I'm sure you wouldn't disagree with me on this, the you are making a choice regaring a separate human being's body and the destruction of. If you want a special right for a specific segment of the population, that is wrong. You want control and autonomy over your own body, yet will deny an already in existance (for if they didn't exist, you wouldn't be pregnant) human being that same right. That is the hole in the entire MY BODY, MY CHOICE argument IMO.

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