It does though. You can’t be pro-choice without supporting every single choice. Pro-parenthood, pro-adoption and pro-abortion.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with being pro-abortion. It helps reduce the negative stigma surrounding the procedure. Statements like “pro-choice doesn’t mean pro-abortion,” however, only perpetuate that stigma further.
Wow. So calling something a medically correct term is now wrong. Should we not call infants infants? Or teenagers adolescents?
Yes, let’s ignore science: Fetuses are sentient. They can speak. They have likes, dislikes, turn-ons, hobbies, jury duty, they even have the new Sprint Family plan with other fetuses within a 5 mile radius of them.
I was honestly not expecting to find an image that fits with this post.
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tnt-x0x said: Worrying about your aborted fetuses' possible children is ridiculous. Limiting yourself to producing offspring is harmful and misogynistic. Instead of arguing that your unborn child might be the person who cures cancer, why don't you try to do it?
Anonymous said: I had an abortion three days ago, the one by pill that makes you miscarry, and it was the most painful thing I've gone through in a while. To the people who say pro-choicers use abortion as birth control, I would never put myself through that again. I feel no regret, the thing didnt even have a heartbeat yet. It was the best choice for myself. But the pain of it is not something id ever want to experience again or "use as birth control" as pro lifers like to throw around. We're allowed mistakes.
I’m sorry that you went through such a painful experience, but I am also glad that you were able to make the best choice for yourself. Thank you for sharing your story. Take care of yourself. <3
Anonymous said: You know, even if consent was consent to pregnancy (which it isn't, but let's pretend for a moment that pro-lifers are right about something), consent can still be revoked at any point.
Exactly. It’s like none of them know how consent works. It seriously makes me worry about how they handle anything that requires consent. “Well you said yes to this kinda related thing already, so you’ve agreed to do this too. You can’t back out now”