Since when did being pro-choice mean that you are for abortions? I’m pro-choice not that it is really any of your business. Which is exactly what it should come down to. Do men get pregnant? Did I miss that portion of sexual education in fourth/fifth grade? Right. There’s where I would tell you…you don’t have a vagina so your argument is invalid. Now how many women are in Congress? 76. How many men are in Congress you ask. 362. I’m not really up to speed on what’s going on in Congress or the political world, it bores me and I find that its a gentleman’s club who can’t make decisions. Do I want a bunch of old, wrinkly, traditional old men deciding what I should do with my body? Or the entire country for that matter. No. I’m also not going to let any religion tell me what I should do with myself.
Back to my original question just because I’m pro-choice doesn’t mean I’m all for abortions. If something happens to me and I have to make a decision like aborting a baby it should be my decision and mine alone. I do believe that people should practice safe sex to prevent unwanted pregnancies but accidents and assaults happen. You never know. I don’t think abortions are something to be taken lightly either, I’m not going to get into the when does human life begin argument because I don’t know. You define it whatever way you want but don’t tell others how to. So abortions should be legal, precautions should be taken, they should be regulated and only allowed up until a certain point in the pregnancy. I’m not pr0-abortion. I’m pro-choice. I’m pro doing what you think is right. I’m pro letting a woman make their own decision. America was founded on freedom. So why should we take away a person’s freedom to choose?
I’m looking at this from merely a woman’s rights standpoint. Like I said I’m not going to get into when life begins because I don’t know. Apart of the huge controversy is taking a life or the right of the baby to live but I guess the real question is can you live with that choice? Who knows. I don’t.