Abortion yes or no

Abortion yes or no

Yes its a mothers choice in what she does with her body
65.9%
29 votes
No
34.1%
15 votes
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Cashmere
HARD NO
I’m sorry if I offend anyone but abortion is NOT OKAY. That is a living child with a heartbeat and a mind and a soul! How could you do that to a child???
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moemoehearts
a fetus dosent have a mind or soul you need brain activity to have these things the brain activity develops at the 26th week
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moemoehearts
@katanalord you clearly know nothing about embryology if you think a Zygote is a fetus XD
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on March 21
katanalord
Brain activity is never the standard for whether or not something is alive, a fetus is a life from conception, go back to Russia commie.
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on March 09
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on June 08, 2018
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on May 27, 2018
DipperPinesShades
Mother's choice. Protection isn't 100%, they could've been raped, etc.
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on July 04, 2017
irony
it's the mother's choice.
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on July 04, 2017
snocz
Depends. Rape is a-ok for abortion, but if she simply doesn't want to raise it then no.
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moemoehearts
it shouldnt just depend would you rather be surgically removed or stabbed out underground because thats the alternative
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on September 07, 2018
moemoehearts
why only rape cases? Are the lives of children who were conceived by rape worth less than the lives of children who were willfully conceived? If preserving the life of the child takes primacy over the desires of the mother — which is what you're saying if you if you oppose any legal abortions — then it shouldn't matter how that life was conceived.
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snocz
As somebody who has lived through the trauma, yes. I would rather die than have the baby, and the baby would be worthless to me. As for others in the same situation, some feel the same and others do not. It just depends.
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on February 22, 2018
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on February 21, 2018
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on July 04, 2017
Orange.Soda
Depends on the situation
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moemoehearts
if someone is irresponsible to not use protection why are they responsible enough to have a child?
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on September 07, 2018
moemoehearts
most of the time they do use protection, but protection dosnt always work
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on February 21, 2018
moemoehearts
What do you mean
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DipperPinesShades
@WaitForIt Yeah, true. It's unlikely though because of how hard it is to get an abortion.
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on July 06, 2017
Orange.Soda
I'm not calling murder. It's just unreasonable if they didn't use proection and are aborting.
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on July 05, 2017
DipperPinesShades
@WaitForIt All protection systems aren't 100%. Plus, if early enough, it doesn't matter. If you call it murder, that's like calling a girl having her period murder because it's a life that could've been.
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on July 05, 2017
Orange.Soda
So you're going to abuse the child for your mistakes?
Good job.
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on July 04, 2017
moemoehearts
@Waitforit if that's what you believe then fine :\ if I had a child by accident he or she would sure as hell know who is the mistake
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on July 04, 2017
Orange.Soda
There's other protection systems becides condoms
Becides, what proof is there that says they're likely to be abused?
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on July 04, 2017
moemoehearts
@WaitForIt protection like condoms only work 50./. of the time, they break easily, and if a child. Is born via accident they are very likely to be abused and treated terribly there whole life
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on July 04, 2017
Orange.Soda
Because, if we were to go down that rabbit hole, it's immoral.
If they did something like not use protection, they have no need to, and should have known better and used protection.
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on July 04, 2017
moemoehearts
@WaitForIt, but its there body, why can't they do what they want with it
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on July 04, 2017
Orange.Soda
If someone is getting an abortion just because they made love and didn't use protection, it's not reasonable.
If someone was raped, for instance, that might be acceptable, as long as it's proved.
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on July 04, 2017
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on July 04, 2017