I agree. It baffles me that being pro life is seen as a religious/biblical thing when it seems like plain human decency to me.

I really like meeting atheist pro lifers. It gives me faith that people don’t abandon their morality when they abandon religion, which is what I usually see in atheist pro choicers.

It’s like they think the only reason why someone would be against the legal massacre of unborn human beings is because they believe God says it’s wrong. Which is very sad. – Gabbie

As an atheist, I assure you that I have embraced the empirical evidence that clearly demonstrates that human life begins at conception. It embarrasses and saddens me that my fellow atheists so enthusiastically delude themselves into believing that innocent living human beings should be killed on demand because they are somehow not persons. Logic dictates that we were human from the beginning and that humans are human beings. It thus logically follows that human beings are people. To deny this simple logic is to deny science and reality. To accept this logic and still support human abortion is to embrace the destruction of one class of people – the preborn – over another class of people – the born. This is clearly a violation of the most basic of human rights – the right to life.

Abortion is not a religious issue. It’s a human rights issue.

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I don\'t get why many atheists are so prochoice. A lot of us have no problem using science to spite the religious but seem to reject even the most obvious facts of biology when it comes to abortion. I would think that we as atheists would support life because if there is no heaven then we only have one life to live- a life on earth. By destroying a child we eradicate that existence forever. They\'ll never experience anything wonderful or the only thing we humans can truly call our own, our lives.

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

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