Pro-Life Fallacy


Why not just let women make their own decisions. Example: I know personally that I wouldn’t get an abortion if I were to get pregnant right now (grad student). I was adopted, so I feel like I should ‘pay it forward’. But what right is it of mine to take away someone else’s ability to do something? It doesn’t affect me, at all. So why bother?


I’m glad to hear you would never kill your own child, even though you are a grad student. What I’m not glad to hear is that you would willingly turn your back on the most vulnerable and defenseless members of our human family because their deaths do not affect you.

If a woman is murdered in China today, will it affect you? No. You can’t be against this because you stated that you have no right to take away someone else’s ability to do something, in this case her killer’s ability to end her life.

Being personally pro-life life does not exonerate you in the deaths of the tens of thousands of prenatal children killed every single day on our little blue planet.

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”

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