Indiana Halts Abortions

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  1. edna kawabata

    edna kawabata Well-Known Member

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    So Corona is saving lives.
     
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    If certain individuals do not wish to have children, they should refrain from engaging in the act that has been proven to lead to pregnancy. It is not that difficult of a concept to comprehend.

    In the current situation, in the united states and abroad, one should not be engaging in any activities even remotely related to the development of a pregnancy.
     
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    edna kawabata Well-Known Member

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    That should be no problem for you being a member of A.S.S. (Anal Supporters Society).
     
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    It is a matter of simple facts, nothing more.

    The only individuals who such a move would actually affect, are ultimately those who believed an unfolding, worldwide pandemic, was an appropriate time to make a physical attempt at having a child.
     
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    I don't think the debate on abortion can be solved in any way :
    Pro abortion people see foetus as things, objects.
    Anti abortion se foetus as a full human being, and that's why "my body, my choice" is a dumb argument, because anti abortion people don't consider foetus as a part of her body, but a separate human being that deserve as much as respect than the mother.

    I'm moderatly for abortion right, as long as a foetus doesn't have any conciousness or developped intellect, it's not yet a full human being. However it remain the potential of human life, that's why I'm not a big fan of abortion, I'm "lucky" enough that I was never in the position to be the "father" of an abortion.

    I understand and respect however the position of anti abortion people.
     
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    At present the matter does not even pertain to abortions. It is about efforts to prevent the unchecked spread of a potentially lethal pathogen that is highly contagious, and highly infectious. It is a matter of social responsibility, not simply of the people to themselves, but also the government to its citizens. At times that responsibility requires telling individuals they cannot do what they want, simply because they want.
     
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    Well, if she did anal, she wouldn't be pregnant, now would she??
     
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    You can get pregnant from anal. Where do you think lawyers come from? :p
     
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    It's a bad move in general, not just because of abortions. Doctors need to be able to evaluate whether their case is urgent or not. If they seem to be too liberal with that, a hospital administration (people who actually understand healthcare and risk) can decide against certain kinds of procedures, subject to appeal on a case-by-case basis. But a governor dictating this kind of thing? Stupid.

    Even if I were to agree with the first statement, it's still a pointless statement because we both know they won't and so it shouldn't even be considered in policy decisions. And actually quite the opposite for the last statement. People with a lot less to do have more sex, particularly if they're sheltered with somebody they're even remotely attracted to.
     

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