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Bettie

(15,880 posts)
38. Yep
Sun Jul 17, 2022, 11:41 AM
Jul 2022

Don't have a uterus? Not your choice*.

Not you who is pregnant? Not your choice.

*In a functional relationship, there will probably be a conversation about an unplanned pregnancy or one where there are problems, but ultimately, the choice belongs 100% the person who is pregnant.

Abortion, not so simple, after all... [View all] TreasonousBastard Jul 2022 OP
Good advise. multigraincracker Jul 2022 #1
JFC. No, my sovereignty over my body is not "gray." Scrivener7 Jul 2022 #3
Post removed Post removed Jul 2022 #6
Are you fucking kidding me? Do you have any idea how disgusting that post is in Scrivener7 Jul 2022 #8
This discussion is about rights. And rights are always limited. TreasonousBastard Jul 2022 #9
I really don't think you understand how clearly you have just broadcast Scrivener7 Jul 2022 #11
+1 MrsCoffee Jul 2022 #15
Like suicide, multigraincracker Jul 2022 #10
It's not like suicide. Because if they take away the means for abortion, everyone is not free Scrivener7 Jul 2022 #31
There are gray areas for most people per the data shown karynnj Jul 2022 #43
*sigh* We must understand and respect WHY they want to crawl into my uterus! Scrivener7 Jul 2022 #2
We haven't even touched on recreational abortions... ret5hd Jul 2022 #5
Sometimes I do my nails, sometimes I have an abortion. Depends on the mood. Scrivener7 Jul 2022 #7
Great advice SickOfTheOnePct Jul 2022 #4
The polling data is likely accurate and has been consistent for years. SharonClark Jul 2022 #20
I agree SickOfTheOnePct Jul 2022 #23
Well, that was why Roe v Wade was the compromise. SharonClark Jul 2022 #26
Agree 100% n/t SickOfTheOnePct Jul 2022 #27
The cases where they tend to want it banned are Bettie Jul 2022 #37
Maybe stop framing abortion as "a means of birth control" blogslug Jul 2022 #12
OK, boys. If you are wondering if you are a guy who really doesn't Scrivener7 Jul 2022 #13
Fuck this noise. MrsCoffee Jul 2022 #14
I seriously can't even belieeeve you trotted out the "abortion as a means of birth control" bullshit dixiechiken1 Jul 2022 #16
What? claudette Jul 2022 #17
Point 1: 37% is not 'nearly half'... Bettie Jul 2022 #18
+1000 chowder66 Jul 2022 #33
FFS - "60% are at least uncomfortable with abortion as a means of birth control" SharonClark Jul 2022 #19
It's actually very simple. DLevine Jul 2022 #21
This. Perfect. The end. Scrivener7 Jul 2022 #30
This! chowder66 Jul 2022 #35
Yep Bettie Jul 2022 #38
Whew, lotta garbage here. WhiskeyGrinder Jul 2022 #22
61% is not a quandary. 37% is not almost half. CrispyQ Jul 2022 #24
I will add... SharonClark Jul 2022 #25
There's no reason to yell, but wrong headed is wrong headed. KentuckyWoman Jul 2022 #28
I'm sorry, this is a disingenuous presentation of the data Grolph_ Jul 2022 #29
This is a fucking bullshit article and should not be posted...67% agree abortion should legal Demsrule86 Jul 2022 #32
Never met or heard of anyone who uses abortion as birth control people Jul 2022 #34
The phrase itself is meant to get a knee-jerk reaction. But abortion is exactly birth control -- it WhiskeyGrinder Jul 2022 #39
When people speak of abortion as birth control SharonClark Jul 2022 #44
I can simplify the issue very easily PlanetBev Jul 2022 #36
Thank you! Sky Jewels Jul 2022 #42
To placate around 8% of the population the GrOPpers are going all in? Hugin Jul 2022 #40
What a POS post. ... It actually is very simple. Sky Jewels Jul 2022 #41
That's why messaging matters EnergizedLib Jul 2022 #45
I'm in the 19 pct. roamer65 Jul 2022 #46
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