Any thinking person that applies even an ounce of common sense knows that prenatal children can feel pain at 23 weeks gestation. And most know that they can feel pain even earlier. Children this age are viable and they have been delivered healthy — and survived. Does anyone believe that if you took a newly delivered 23 week old child and ripped one of his or her limbs off that they would not react with severe pain and suffering? So why is it acceptable to do this when they are in the womb? We all know why — we can’t see or hear them, so it must not be real.
Ultimately, the ability of a prenatal child to feel pain should not bear on the decision to butcher them. These are human beings, yet many among our society advocate for the right to kill them. We have lost our way.