Maybe for you. Don't put such a happy little light on pregnancy. It is impossible, for some women, to carry a baby for nine months. They potentially ruin lives and mental states.Originally posted by zoe:
"Pregnancy is survivable"--it only last nine months.
Baby, I thought you lived in Marshfield :confused:Originally posted by baby:
Sorry Kerry, I guess I just live too close to major metro areas and see more mess than others.
And this is exactly why I am all for thorough birth control education! Thank you kindly for backing up my pointOriginally posted by baby:
Haley--You CAN survive pregnancy, and some STD's are for LIFE (at least currently). I know someone got an incurable STD from a guy who never told her. One of my aunts also got AIDS and wishes she "never had sex" after her husband died (again, because infected people never tell the truth when they know it Despite my past "experiences", at least I do not have any incurable diseases and I can still have children. When you get AIDS, that's it, any unborn or future baby gets the AIDS, too, and so will your future sex partners if you are irresponsible; it's not even like some other diseases where you can actually protect the baby from getting them.
I keep hearing pro-lifers telling me that. Why do they all assume that I think every baby should aborted? I'm anti-abortion too. I just think that it is a necessary evil and that to eradicate it, one must look to other ways of it instead of outlawing it (which makes it worse for not only the fetus, but the woman as well.)not every person that is pregnant automatically wants an abortion.
Seriously, can people not talk about abortion and automatically bring up the Holocaust? Two. Different. Things. To compare abortion to the Holocaust is offensive. These clinics, the ones in the article, that present false information and such, are the ones I have a guff with. I do not have a problem with BirthRight, for example, who do a wonderful service to women who are pregnant.You and the writer portray pro-life clinics like they are Nazis.
Aborted pregnancies. Get it straight. Most of the photos, like the ones pictured here, are not depictions of the norms of abortion. Sure, some may look like that, but you have to keep in mind that almost NINETY PERCENT of all abortions take place in the first trimester. The photos pro-lifers are always waving around are of miscarriages or stillbirths in the eighth and ninth months. Don't believe everything you see.Aborted babies do look like that in the photos, you can't deny that truthfully.
Then tell me why there is a mandatory lecture that every woman must recieve before her abortion. In Wisconsin, a woman must go through a state-mandated lecture that provides information on all options a woman has besides abortion. The state is pro-life too, and if you knew and understood our state laws regarding pre-abortion counseling, you wouldn't be talking off the top of your head.Requiring one side to provide referrels and not making the other side present information that is opposite is hypocritical and I wouldn't demand PP to do it,
To be honest, I do not support a third trimester abortion, but they don't just happen for fun. Women aren't just going out and getting abortions on a Saturday afternoon because they're bored. Third trimester abortions, which account for a very tiny percentage of all abortions, are needed in such cases when the woman's life is at risk or the baby that comes out of her will only live for a very short time.(but interesting did not like late-term abortion in the third trimester)
They are not babies in the early stages. They are zygotes, then embryos, then fetuses, and then neonates. Then, they are infants, toddlers, and so on. If you're going to talk to a doctor, he's talking down to you because you are not in the medical field. Of course he'll call it a baby. However, if you want to argue abortion, you need to learn the correct terms before sinking to using emotionally-stirring terms to get your own way.but not one of them called babies in the early stages "blobs of tissue" and even corrected me when I asked if they were.
Did they not teach it, or did you not listen with an open mind?What I learned in a public university Anatomy and Physiology class in the 90's did not teach that, either.
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