Pro-life is not the same as anti-abortion. You sound like you’re anti-abortion. If you were really pro-life, you would realize that abortion does not go away with abortion bans. Women have sought abortions for centuries, and this often includes incredibly dangerous practices. Often their own lives comes to an end (as well as the their foetuses). Which is more tragic: a pile of human stem cells’ life being cut short, or a woman’s life cut short (in an attempt to better her life), in addition to the pile of stem cells, because morality is being policed by the most extreme faction of society?
I’ve heard many dehumanizing terms used in an effort to continue the barbaric practice of human abortion, but I have to admit that ‘pile of human stem cells’ is a new one. Most people prefer to use terms like clump of cells, pregnancy tissue, products of conception, or even parasite. Of course, they, as well as you, would have fit all of these inhuman descriptors at some point in life yet look at you now. The truth is that you’ve always been you, no matter what stage of life you happen to be passing through. You only advocate for killing those younger and more dependent than you because you’ve been safely born and don’t have to face the possibility of having your life snuffed out by abortion (that’s how oppression works).
Clearly, some mothers will continue to kill their children whether it’s legal or not, inside and outside of the womb. Killing prenatal children is just as wrong as killing neonatal children and the law must reflect this truth regardless of how many people will break that law. Rape is illegal yet it still happens. Is that a reason to make it legal?
Regarding the policing of morality, what’s more extreme: 1) fighting to protect prenatal children from harm or; 2) fighting for the right to poison and slaughter them?
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