bedlamity:

I’m not a big drinker and I’m a non-smoker, so it wasn’t hard for me to avoid both alcohol and cigarettes before my abortion. I vaguely remember wanting a drink, but not going through with it.

So, my question is this: people who have had abortions, did you continue to smoke and drink? Or did you avoid it?

cultureshift:

Why would it matter? If your child had no value to you and you had already made an appointment to end his or her life, why not smoke and drink? You are obviously conflicted in your beliefs. You killed your own living son or daughter, but you made sure he or she was as healthy as possible before allowing an abortionist to rip them to pieces.

You know what you have done is wrong and you know that you regret it. You only fight for others to kill their prenatal children because misery loves company. Because you believe that what you have done will become more acceptable as more and more mothers join the ranks of those who, like you, have ended their child’s life. But you are wrong.

Even if every woman in the world killed her children, it would still be wrong and immoral. A large number of people committing a human rights violation does not lessen its impact on humanity — it only increases it. All of us deserve the right to live beginning when life begins, at the moment of our fertilization, and not one second later.

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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