This ask references this post that wondered if those who call abortion healthcare believe that pregnancy is a disease.
Once again, anon, you have proven that it is impossible to logically argue for the killing of unborn children. Let me help you untangle your twisted mind:
When people are treated for a disease, the intent of that treatment is to remove the cause of that disease. Hence, if you call abortion healthcare, you have to call pregnancy a disease.
When people receive prenatal care during pregnancy, the intent of that treatment is to retain the cause of that condition. Hence, if you call prenatal care healthcare, you don’t have to call pregnancy a disease.
I know it’s difficult to justify the killing of innocent children while living in their mother’s womb. After all, abortion is the ultimate manifestation of selfishness. That is why the last-stand argument for abortion is bodily autonomy. This argument states that ‘my body is more important than the body of my child and I should be able to kill that child on demand and without apology’. Chilling, isn’t it? There is, however, a flaw in this thinking.
If you are pro-choice, know what you stand for and state it clearly: You stand for the right to kill a healthy living human being prior to their birth for any reason whatsoever, including their sex, their race, their physical or mental capacity, or simply because they were a twin and only their brother or sister were wanted or desired.
Reject this kind of thinking. Choose Life.
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