It's immoral to have to be born to have rights? Yes, one is not a legal person until birth. Until birth a fetus is part of the woman it's in. IF a fetus is a legal person the woman it's in would still have a right to get rid of it because NO ONE has the right to use another's body to sustain their life. NO ONE can make you give them a blood transfusion or your heart or kidney to sustain their life ….you have bodily autonomy....and so do women. But no one can force them to give a heart or a kidney to another to sustain their lives. A fetus is NOT equal to the woman it's in....they can't be, the woman will always have the right to eliminate the fetus. Uh, I don't think you have a good grasp of what bodily autonomy means.. If you are threatening to throw me over a cliff I can stop you from harming me anyway I can up to, and including , killing you. Pregnant women have that same right....they do not have to accept harm from another. Bodily autonomy means one person canNOT force another to use their body to sustain the life of another....nothing to do with throwing somone over a cliff. Because that's when most fetuses can survive outside the womb....it's science, don't let it confuse you. You seem, like most Anti-Choicers, to want fetuses to have MORE rights than anyone else...the right to use another's body to sustain their lives. The right to harm another without their consent... WHY should something that has no knowledge of the world, can't think, have more rights than anyone else? Why should anyone have more rights than anyone else?