Do you agree with this statement?
10 Nov 08
Of course I agree. if you don't like abortions, then don't ever have one! If something goes against your moral fiber, chances are your mind will make that decision for you with little to no thinking at all. I think this statement, "Avoid situations that might lead to abortion" would also do well in this discussion. Happy mylotting, cheers~
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• United States
10 Nov 08
Pretty much. I myself don't think I could ever have one. I have a 5 month old daughter and can't imagine my life without her. However I Know what I went through with my pregnancy. I know the aches, the pains and the constant doctors visits and then the physical labor and delivery and the aftermath. It's not an easy 9 months for the pregnancy and then another few weeks after the delivery. It's not something that anyone should do unless they want children. If you don't want children and find yourself pregnant, then by all means, abort. If you don't like abortions, then don't get one. I would never tell another human being how to live their life by telling them they can't abort because *I* think it's wrong.
16 Nov 08
I absolutely agree with you! Abortion is a very personal choice, and I think it's everyone's right to have access to a safe abortion should they need it. If you don't agree with abortion - then just don't ever get one. But don't impose your views on everyone else.
• United Kingdom
10 Nov 08
I think that is a wise sentence that you have written and I agree with it. I would never have an abortion but I respect that other can make that choice. I am pro-life but I can understand that some other people are pro-choice. I know that once a lady has an abortion the clock can not be turned back. However depressed and regretful she gets she has to live with the knowledge that she had an abortion. That is not something I am ever going to have to suffer. In my last pregnancy at 36 weeks it was found that my baby has spina bifida. I was offered an abortion and I said no way. If I get pregnant it will be what is meant to happen.