arguing-about-abortions:

You do not get to tell someone how to feel about their abortion. Do not attempt to make someone feel ashamed or guilty about not feeling stressed, grief stricken, or not seeing their abortion as something big and serious.

cultureshift:

And why not? Who is going to speak on behalf of the human being that she killed? Are we supposed to forget that the child or children she destroyed ever existed?

Because women are born into this sick world where killing children is legal, I can forgive them for having a broken moral compass. Especially if their parents raised them to believe that killing their own sons and daughters is acceptable. For this reason, I can forgive those who have killed their child while in the womb if they have come to realize that what they have done is wrong. This realization usually manifests itself as guilt and remorse. If it wasn’t wrong, it wouldn’t be the difficult decision that even the most rabid abortion advocates admit it to be.

I truly love prenatal children as much as I love newborn children. It doesn’t matter who they ‘belong’ to, a child, whether born or not, is a member of our human family and we all have a responsibility for ensuring their safety.

Abortion is a crime against humanity, it is killing, and it will someday be classified as murder under the law. As technology continues to improve, more and more people will begin to realize this very basic truth. They will no longer be able to hide behind euphemisms and lies.

A child is a child whether born or not and killing a child is always wrong.

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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