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Pro life, or Pro Choice?

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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
pro choice.
#2
what a question? :?

This for a school essay?

Personally I would support any woman's right to choose what she does with her own body. However, I would never have an abortion myself.
banned#3
lukekey
pro choice.


+1
#4
Well I'm sure some will be one and some the other, but I'm sure we will all agree that you should have been put down at birth Dean!!!:giggle:








Just joking.:p
[helper]#5
Pro choice - but most of the womem members seem to view it differently..............

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/487521/please-sign/
#6
i'm a woman and still go with choice
#7
Pro life.
#8
Pro zac.
#9
pro evo
#10
pro choice.....presuming its informed and capeable :)
#11
contraception,
#12
lil_tiger
pro choice.....presuming its informed and capeable :)


+1
#13
It's not as clear cut as one or the other for me so a bit of both, pro life choice :)
#14
tonyg1962
contraception.


Think you hit on the head there.
[helper]#15
tonyg1962
contraception,

But what if the woman in question had been raped?
#16
Adam2050
Think you hit on the head there.


in more ways than one? lol
banned#17
fireheaven
It's not as clear cut as one or the other for me so a bit of both, pro life choice :)


exactly :thumbsup:
#18
gari189
But what if the woman in question had been raped?


An unwanted pregnancy due to any circumstances is a terrible way to feel...

Pro-life campaigners would have the woman bear the child for 9 months and then have it adopted if she doesn't wish to keep it herself. Callous to force a woman to go through all that if she doesn't choose to though?

Terrifying place to be for any woman.
#19
aaahhh GCSE course work
#20
gari189
But what if the woman in question had been raped?


Oh come on lets not get every issue in here.

My beliefs are strong.

If this happened abortion is not frowned apon. Lets not put every factor into this.:thumbsup:

It all starts with choice.

ClarityofMind
in more ways than one? lol


Yeh was going to get the pun in.
#21
generally im more pro life.
#22
Choice. Anything else is the result of not understanding the issue.

Contraception first though...
#23
Pro choice always, women should always have the right to do what they want with their bodies, and no I dont agree that a handful of cells are a baby.

Other than abstinence, show me a contraceptive that is 100% effective.
#24
tonyg1962
contraception,


[email protected]

Contraception first though...
#25
DKLS
Pro choice always, women should always have the right to do what they want with their bodies, and no I dont agree that a handful of cells are a baby.

Other than abstinence, show me a contraceptive that is 100% effective.


Removing the male and substituting a female. :thumbsup:
#26
[email protected]
Choice. Anything else is the result of not understanding the issue.

Contraception first though...


+1

and a man with enough maturity to know what he wants when he acts and to respond to a pregnancy with a sense of responsibility, kindness, emotional support and understanding.
#27
ClarityofMind;6382155
what a question? :?

This for a school essay?

Personally I would support any woman's right to choose what she does with her own body. However, I would never have an abortion myself.


+1 :thumbsup:
Some need to stop using abortion as a form of contraceptive though :roll:
#28
choc1969
+1 :thumbsup:
Some need to stop using abortion as a form of contraceptive though :roll:


google "multiple abortions ". Its shocking to see how abortions some women have,
banned#29
i dont understand the title explain...

pro-stitution? thumbsup
[helper]#30
Adam2050
Oh come on lets not get every issue in here.


I'm just point out its not simply a case of not using contraception. Most forms of contraception are not 100%, the baby or the mother could have a life threatening illness. The decision to have an abortion must be a terrible one to make but sometimes there are very good reasons for doing so...........

and technically the morning after pill (contraception) could be looked upon as abortion.

Its not a clear cut issue of abortion or healthy baby being brought up by the perfect family.....
banned#31
ants97
pro evo


+1:-D
suspended#32
ants97
pro evo


+1
#33
choc1969
+1 :thumbsup:
Some need to stop using abortion as a form of contraceptive though :roll:


How many women actually do that though? I cant imagine it a large number, and even if they do is it any business of ours.
#34
DKLS
How many women actually do that though? I cant imagine it a large number, and even if they do is it any business of ours.


Well if you pay income tax and national insurance then you are paying ofr this expensive and immoral form of contraception,
#35
gari189
I'm just point out its not simply a case of not using contraception. Most forms of contraception are not 100%, the baby or the mother could have a life threatening illness. The decision to have an abortion must be a terrible one to make but sometimes there are very good reasons for doing so...........

and technically the morning after pill (contraception) could be looked upon as abortion.

Its not a clear cut issue of abortion or healthy baby being brought up by the perfect family.....


Definetly. But I was just thinking from the trolls on here, don't feed them.

Every situation is different.:thumbsup:
#36
choc1969
+1 :thumbsup:
Some need to stop using abortion as a form of contraceptive though :roll:


True. But a horrible experience for most women who feel they have no other choice but to undergo it.

Remember a friend of mine at school found herself pregnant, we were about 13 I think.... she told her boyfriend and he said he didn't wanna know..... So, she saw a doctor, got a faked up letter saying she had "back problems" and couldn't go to school, she had an abortion during school hours so her Mum wouldn't know, I went with her so she wouldnt be alone.

The boyfriend came back two weeks later and said he was sorry and wanted the baby....
#37
ClarityofMind
True. But a horrible experience for most women who feel they have no other choice but to undergo it.

Remember a friend of mine at school found herself pregnant, we were about 13 I think.... she told her boyfriend and he said he didn't wanna know..... So, she saw a doctor, got a faked up letter saying she had "back problems" and couldn't go to school, she had an abortion during school hours so her Mum wouldn't know, I went with her so she wouldnt be alone.

The boyfriend came back two weeks later and said he was sorry and wanted the baby....


Ouch that is heatbreaking.:oops:
#38
ClarityofMind
True. But a horrible experience for most women who feel they have no other choice but to undergo it.

Remember a friend of mine at school found herself pregnant, we were about 13 I think.... she told her boyfriend and he said he didn't wanna know..... So, she saw a doctor, got a faked up letter saying she had "back problems" and couldn't go to school, she had an abortion during school hours so her Mum wouldn't know, I went with her so she wouldnt be alone.

The boyfriend came back two weeks later and said he was sorry and wanted the baby....


She should have cut his d*ck off,
#39
gari189
I'm just point out its not simply a case of not using contraception. Most forms of contraception are not 100%, the baby or the mother could have a life threatening illness. The decision to have an abortion must be a terrible one to make but sometimes there are very good reasons for doing so...........

and technically the morning after pill (contraception) could be looked upon as abortion.

Its not a clear cut issue of abortion or healthy baby being brought up by the perfect family.....


Many forms of contraception could be see as early abortion... the IUD or coil for example.

But barrier methods of contraception that don't allow the spermatozoa and egg to meet aren't.

So if someone has a moral argument against abortion and its relevance to contraceptives, there's other methods they could use.
#40
tonyg1962
Well if you pay income tax and national insurance then you are paying ofr this expensive and immoral form of contraception,


Immoral :w00t: have we gone back to the C16th?

Terminations are a dirty cheap option in comparison to the alternative

I pay a shed load of taxes and NI, I would rather my taxs funded abortions than pay to raise and educate the feckless offspring of people churning out kids expecting the state to fund their rutting.

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