If you want to have a discussion about the policy issues you raised, I’m more than happy to.
What do you think should be done?
Ironically Planned Parenthood spent decades whitewashing Sanger's history, even up to a few years ago. But now they are "embarrassed" about her:The pro-choice premise is largely utilitarian and dehumanising.I agree it’s utilitarian. I also agree it’s dehumanising but that’s more an opinion or value than a fact.
There is a deep-seated philosophical reason why the left is pro-choice. It’s not the reason they think it is. But that’s some seriously heavy smeg that’s not worth getting into in a forum like this.
As for Margaret Sanger, I don’t know that much about her. I know she’s reputed to have been all the things you said, but I really don’t know. I also don’t really care - even if she set up planned parenthood as a eugenics mission, that doesn’t prove that planned parenthood still secretly has that mission today. It strikes me as being the same kind of reasoning that has lefties tearing down statues of Jefferson et al.
That's all i needed to know
Carnot you once called me Kim Jong-un because i reckon religious institutions should be taxed, that's fine i laughed
Your answer reinforces my belief that people who believe in Gods are just crackpots
Each to their own
I’m going to regret this. I know this is a waste of my time.I really want to know (serious question)Also intrigued as to why people with a pro-choice belief is not the reason they think it is, according to sonofagunzel.
A female that you probably don't know has an abortion how does this affect anyone not involved and why?
No that was a serious question, i got an answer, that was all i neededThen how did you dismiss his answer so easily?
No...I know this is a sensitive topic, and I’m sorry you had to go through that.
I have six children abortion was never discussed nor entered our minds.. ever
Im pro choice,
That is a choice i would of had much difficulty with, we had a miscarriage in 1989 we both still feel that lose,.
Still pro choice
Some but not all abortion laws to give tolerance to cases where the life of the mother is at risk. A counter example comes in the Economist of May 14 2022, thus.
What if I instead ask you which of the given situations should be legally acceptable? I’ve edited my post to ask this question instead.
A 28-year old woman in El Salvador was sentenced to 30 years in prison for the death of her unborn child following an obstetric emergency. Abortion is illegal in the country.
See also El Salvador mother, 28, is jailed for 30 years for 'homicide' after suffering a miscarriage Daily Mail Online
[color=#222222][size=4][font=Lora]The Salvadoran Penal Code since 1998 prohibits abortion in all cases and establishes penalties of up to 8 years. However, prosecutors and judges even classify cases of involuntary abortion as “aggravated homicide”, with sentences of up to 50 years.
No.. I am pro choice, no questions about this are needed, it is a personal choice to me its just that simple.So based on that response, I think you might say that it’s legally ok for the woman in my question to ask for an abortion at nine months, and for the doctor to carry out that request. It’s just a matter between them and their own consciences.
When you talk about people unknown killing each other well that is just lawlessness, and has no bearing on abortion laws and freedom of choice, most people do the right thing and have little or no interaction with the judicial system.