The answer to this is rather simple: Being pregnant does not rob a woman of her ownership of her body. It’s like the difference between me offering to give my child a ride somewhere, and handing them the title to my car.

I’ve also addressed the notion of pregnancy being comparable to forced organ donation multiple times. It just doesn’t add up logically. A child (regardless of their size, location, or capability) is obligated to – at the very least – not be intentionally harmed by their parents unless/until they can peacefully be transferred to someone else’s care. This is just common sense.

By the way, it’s not possible to be “pro-choice” politically, yet still consider yourself to be “personally” pro-life. Why would you “never have an abortion yourself” unless you understood that it kills a living human being? If you know why abortion is wrong, yet you can stand by and allow it to legally happen, then you are not pro-life.

That said, I hope you do consider the things I’ve said, and make the choice to be pro-life and stand up for those who are being slaughtered.

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Hey so I\'m extremely politically pro choice because I do not think anyone should be able to get rid of someone\'s bodily autonomy. I am however personally pro life because I know I could never have an abortion myself. My question to you is why do you think someone(a pregnant woman) should have to give up their bodily autonomy?

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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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