You're making a specific analogy, and then trying to conflate that with a broad category using that as an analogy here. I think that is kind of logically disingenuous. I have already explained to you how the general category of sin is not automatically analogous to abortion when it comes to the legal sphere. Your specific example could be a more interesting one, but that is still not a direct attack against the body or property of another human being, unless one can view a human being (a spouse) as property of another, within the legal sphere. Which is probably the reason why the law takes a hands-off approach there.