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A Woman's right to choose

         Women's rights arguments in favour of abortion

 

 

  1. Woman have a right to decide what to do with their bodies
  2. You can’t have gender equality without the right to have an abortion
  3. Banning abortion puts woman at risk by forcing them to use illegal abortionists
  4. The right to an abortion should be part of a group of pregnancy rights that allows woman to have a free informed choice to end a pregnancy 

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Latest Activity: Oct 10

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Patient’s Right to Know

Started by Mrs.B. Last reply by Chris Nov 23, 2016. 39 Replies

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Abortion – A Different Perspective

Started by Loren Miller. Last reply by Andy Stout Oct 7, 2016. 43 Replies

Yet another piece I wrote a LONG time ago, but considering the current attacks on a woman's right to control her own body, I think the relevance of the following still maintains.  Let me know what…Continue

Tags: perspective, Roe v Wade, abortion

Prosecuted for Having Abortions

Started by Mrs.B. Last reply by Chris Apr 21, 2016. 7 Replies

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Comment by Mrs.B on October 10, 2018 at 19:05

Privacy is meaningless.

Comment by Stephen on October 10, 2018 at 18:59


Abortion clinic protests should be allowed even if women's dignity hurt: lawyer 

Anti-abortion campaigners tell the high court that safe zones breach their political freedom

Anti-abortion campaigners should be allowed to protest outside clinics, even if it harms the dignity of women entering the clinics or hurts their feelings, lawyers for anti-abortion protesters argued today.
On Tuesday the high court held a hearing into anti-abortion campaigners’ constitutional challenge against Tasmanian and Victorian laws prohibiting protests in “safe zones” outside abortion clinics.
Guy Reynolds, the counsel for the protesters, Kathleen Clubb and Graham Preston, argued for a radical expansion of the implied freedom of political communication to include a general right to protest in public places.
Reynolds began his case with criticism of Tasmania’s “eye-catching” safe zone law – which he said was a “straight up” ban on protest in relation to a particular topic – abortion – which is “often political in nature”

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/09/abortion-clinic-prote...

Comment by Chris on September 11, 2018 at 3:04

On religionists, Rick Warren, and other religious cults groups why do people look down instead of  look up (to the future)?

My understanding is religionists believe  heaven is in the stars..

Apparently I'm wrong about this.

Comment by Chris on September 11, 2018 at 2:47

I often wonder if religionists  opposed to  birth control - including abortion also oppose any kind of birth control that includes the use of condoms, IUD's,  snipping (surgical means)  Vas Defferens, or Fallopian tubes to prevent "Conception" and etcetera.

With them is anal intercourse between a man and a woman okay?

That in my opinion is disgusting.

What is it with pro-creationists who want more people to have babies while denying the mother and child the care needed.

At the same time it appears the same thought goes into mass incarciation and the death penalty.

I don't get it.

Comment by Mrs.B on September 9, 2018 at 17:27

I want to hear it as the hundreds of thousands.

Comment by Stephen on September 9, 2018 at 17:01


Argentinians formally leave Catholic church over stance on abortion

More than 3,700 people submit apostasy requests in protest against anti-abortion campaign

Thousands of Argentinians – most of them women – have started formal proceedings to abandon the Catholic church, in protest of the church’s campaign against efforts to legalise abortion in the country.
In the month since the country's senate voted to maintain a ban on almost all abortions, more than 3,700 people have submitted apostasy applications to the Argentinian synod, according to César Rosenstein, a lawyer and founding member of the Argentinian Coalition for a Lay State.
The figure is a tiny percentage of Argentina’s population of 44 million, but apostasy activists say that the movement’s growing profile indicates a cultural shift in what has always been an overwhelmingly Catholic nation.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/sep/09/argentina-catholic-ch...

Comment by Mrs.B on July 29, 2018 at 18:47

I read the book years ago.

Comment by Stephen on July 29, 2018 at 18:34

I liked the 90s film The Handmaids Tale with Natasha Richardson, much closer to the book. Like you I've not seen the recent TV series.

Comment by Mrs.B on July 29, 2018 at 16:08

The show is very popular, but I've never watched. The ads kind of bother me, so I won't.

Comment by Stephen on July 29, 2018 at 15:47

 

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