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Is there a solution to make everyone happy when it comes to abortion?   

#abortion #laws #womens rights


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Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 04 Dec. 2021

I will be honest in saying that I am fully against abortion. That being said, I also don't believe the government should have any say in what people do with their bodies in a free society. I feel like there needs to be some kind of middle ground here. A friend suggested that since many states within the US fund abortions via taxpayer money (which I don't think is okay morally speaking), she said our tax dollars should go to providing free IUDs, hormonal rings, etc. as well as examining for women so they can protect themselves without the stress of worrying about taking the pill or if a condom fails. This removes funding directly from people's pockets for abortion and allows women to be better protected from it. Abortion can still be an option and a choice they have but those who do not support it, do not fund it.

Do you know of any solutions that would make everyone happy?


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Godwin Oladele I write content
@Writelord · Updated 05 Dec. 2021

Okay, this is a good question.

But first, we need to understand that 'Woke' culture is in full swing; and what this has done is render governmental control useless to many extents. Regardless of policies in motion, the people will do what the people want, and social media will fuel that demand to the max. Just look at cancel culture

With abortion, the politics is the same. Pro-Lifers and Pro-Choicers will NEVER AGREE, so its pointless to even suggest a middle ground in this matter. As such, one part of this argument is 'deeply religious', the other is 'woke'.

Humanity is becoming increasingly 'woke' by the minute. Because we all have a right to privacy and the right to choose.

But, here's the most important thing to understand...

Abortion is not a choice (never been); it is only a decision to live away from a human that can not speak for itself. In this regard, you can be selfish, especially if it will be difficult to raise that unborn child. This is the overriding argument and the most important.

Still, there is a middle ground Pro-lifers and Pro-Choice can agree on: 'Preventing late-term abortion'. Currently, there are two options available:  the Marie Stopes Medical Process i.e. the safe abortion pill (4-9 weeks) and the Marie Stopes Surgical Abortion (4-20 weeks). Late term abortions are performed at or after 13 weeks of pregnancy. Only in rare cases, should a person be allowed to have such an abortion; otherwise it can cause severe complications.

In conclusion, we can agree to abolish late-term abortions; but abortion in general has nothing to do with feelings, but more with facts. And the woke culture needs to realize this fast.


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Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Posted 05 Dec. 2021

No way. I don't think so. I know this is a catch 22 situation that doesn't have the right or wrong answer. But when a life has already started growing, i am of the opinion of just letting it live. Whether it came by accident or willingly. Because either way we look at it, it is killing a living human being. Who would have grown up to be someone important in future. All "lifes" should be allowed to live, regardless of the situation that led to their existence. 

I guess it is hard to get everyone to be ok with abortion. I personally am not ok with it. If you dont want the kid, i suggest you just let it live, give it away or something instead of killing it. You may be killing the only hope for the generations to come. There are so many schools of thoughts around this delicate issue, it is hard to find a middle ground. 


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