In the discussion of whether women should be able to choose to bear children, the question of the humanity of a "fetus" is avoided like the plague. Moral considerations can be used to override objections of personal liberty.
If "pro-choice" people want to talk about personal responsibility, then there are birth control measures available. Abstinence is also an option. A unique aspect of human beings is the ability to reflect on their impulses.
There is the issue of men themselves needing to act more responsibly. They should know how to act in a way more proper than that resembling a brute. Many men need to learn self-control, which can actually prove to be financially advantageous.
Why should abortion be an issue of personal choice but not the reception of vaccines? How does this scenario not go against the idea of us being "fully adult humans" who are "responsible for our own choices?"
If abortion were made illegal, would it really be the end of the world for women? What is so special about being able to surgically remove a baby from the womb of a woman? Would women truly be happier in general if they remained childless for their whole lives?
Women are not being rebellious or sinful if they want a job career. That is not inherently wrong. However, there needs to be enough reproduction of people or a civilization will implode.
First, in addition to what you've written, my primary complaint to women is if women don't want to get pregnant, they should use contraception or just refrain from sex. If they start telling men "NO" and get married before having sex, then they don't have to worry about getting pregnant.ReplyDelete
Nevertheless, there is absolutely no justification for the murder of a child in the womb.