anonymous:

Why do you think it’s okay to tell people what they can and can’t do. Let’s say it becomes illegal. A 12 year old girl gets kidnapped, raped, and pregnant. She doesn’t want to go through that hardship and pain, just because people like you are forcing her to deal with that. She could die giving birth. Or bullied because she is fucking pregnant. If I were to be a child forced into giving birth, I’d fucking riot. That would never be fair. What happened to freedom?

cultureshift:

This type of reasoning is precisely why I named my blog cultureshift.

In today’s culture, many people see prenatal children as subhuman and disposable. They see them as people who can be unloved, unwanted, abused, and neglected. They fail to realize that they are us and we are them. That each of us followed the exact same path of development that they are now on.

A shift away from your kind of thinking toward a culture founded on the dignity of human life will prevent the stigma associated with teen pregnancy, regardless of the circumstances involved. The focus will shift away from the reason for the pregnancy to the life of the person living inside of their mother. She will feel loved, supported, and empowered. The very mention of abortion will cause her to feel anger and revulsion.

This is the world I want to live in. One where no mother ever feels shame for protecting the life of her child living inside her womb. Will you join me in making this world a reality?

Posted by cultureshift

A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.

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