Preventing Child Abuse

anonymous:

As a pregnant woman, you completely disgust me. I am financially and emotionally ready for my babies, whereas a lot of other girls are not. Who are YOU to say what a woman should and shouldn’t do? I have a stable life to raise my children, but some might not. How do you know that baby will not be abused, or neglected if it was kept? And adoption is a option, but unadopted children who were in the system are four times more likely to commit suicide. You shouldn’t comment on shit.

cultureshift:

As a pregnant mother, you should understand why killing a prenatal child disgusts me. What I can’t understand is how it doesn’t disgust you. How can you tolerate the barbaric dismemberment of children like yours? Children who are utterly innocent and completely dependent on their human family to protect and nurture them.

You raised the issue of child abuse, claiming that because a prenatal child might experience abuse someday that we should instead abuse them to the point of killing them. Abortion either involves poisoning a child, sucking them through a high pressure tube, or manually ripping their arms and legs off before crushing their skull. Abortion is the ultimate child abuse.

Imagine if you were walking by your neighbor’s house and smelled the unmistakable scent of burning flesh. As you walk up to their home you notice through the window that a woman is pressing her toddler’s hand against a red hot stove.

Toddler Burn

Would you feel compelled to tell her what she should and shouldn’t do? In fact, the government would take that child away from her in order to protect that child. You see, it’s every adult’s responsibility to protect children. I work to protect them through every stage of life, not just the stages that occur after birth.

By the way, post-abortive women are six times more likely to commit suicide than women who give birth to their children. Maybe you are the one who shouldn’t comment on things you haven’t thought through.

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