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« Thread started on: May 30th, 2006, 12:29pm »

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Have you ever had an abortion or are you thinking about it? Many women have been faced with this situation and they have wondered what to do, as they have not been prepared for the situation.

On the next lines we are going to look at abortion, which certainly is not one of the easiest subjects. We are going to concentrate on whether abortion is the right thing to do, what points are used to justify it and how the child's development generally takes place. It is important to be clear about these, because our opinion of abortion depends a lot on how we think about these issues.

The next story well describes, what a difficult thing an unexpected pregnancy can be for many people, especially if they are not mentally prepared and been ready for it - it may feel like a heavy burden for them. The example also shows, how in spite of all the propaganda, many who have had an abortion later feel that they did the wrong thing. They may feel guilty of it, but they can't undo it anymore.
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« Reply #1 on: Jun 30th, 2006, 7:42pm »

MM Petrifie
Speaking as a male I'd speak with added caution, many feel it's really a Womans issue.
There isn't a yes or no answer to the topic as a whole.
If a woman is at risk from a pregnancy, for health, mental well being, and in some parts of the world her life in jeopardy (Honour killings occur, the state in different, then it's time to step aside and don't object.
Gender selection. The Dowry system, illegal in India, but widely ignored, creates a situation called 'the curse of having a girl' for this reason the many millions of abortions that are even threatening to unbalance the nation....are morally wrong.
Chinese classrooms are also full of boys, girls a minority indeed. The pragmatic One child policy has an awful flaw, it's expedient to have a boy.
Intervention there is also morally wrong...and as a Wiccan I am bound to have strong feelings on this as will many, Male and Female parity is one of Wicca's greatest principles, we revere dual Deity.
So on abortion, it's not that you do it, but why you do it.
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« Reply #2 on: Jul 30th, 2006, 05:42am »

There's no "right" way to deal with an unexpected/unwanted pregnancy.

PetriFB, many women who have had an abortion later feel that they did the wrong thing, but many women who have had an abortion later feel relieved.

You are responsible for your unborn baby. If you are incapable of taking care of it when it's born then you shouldn't have it. Is it right to give birth to a baby who will suffer in life? Many people might say, "Why don't you give it up for adoption?" But the outcome of adoption can emotionally ruin the mother more than abortion. Because the mother knows that her baby is somewhere out there, and she doens't know how her child is coping. For all she knows, the baby could be abused daily. You cannot just give the poor baby away. You brought it out to this cruel world.

Abortion, however, is terrible when carried out in the later months of pregnancy.
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« Reply #3 on: Aug 1st, 2006, 2:54pm »

i think abortion is a really bad thing but i cant say im against it, but it shouldnt be needed if some people took theyre responsibility, if u dont want a baby u better use some protection, but since all people are different, thhink differnet and that such accidents may happen, abortion probably gonna stay in our society.
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« Reply #4 on: Aug 2nd, 2006, 04:05am »

And do you think that it's wrong for abortion to stay in our society?
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« Reply #5 on: Aug 2nd, 2006, 05:33am »

on Aug 2nd, 2006, 04:05am, anonymous wrote:
And do you think that it's wrong for abortion to stay in our society?


no i dont, because there is iresponsibility u have to have it otherwise the effects will be social outcasts, people needing funding etc...
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« Reply #6 on: Aug 10th, 2006, 1:20pm »

So no one on this forum is strictly against abortion (pro-life)??
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« Reply #7 on: Aug 11th, 2006, 04:02am »

Well PetriFB seems to be
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« Reply #8 on: Jun 11th, 2008, 9:44pm »

As much as i am against abortion, It really depends on the situation of the two individiuals, You dont want to bring a baby into the world if the parents are under the influence of drugs or the parents are too young and not mature minded enough to have a child in their care. It comes down to how the parents/parent believes is right if they do not want a baby and dont want to go throught the pregnancy that is their decision. If i was with someone and she fell pregnant i would not force her into having one and i would not force her into keeping the baby also, Its a life long thing and we would both need to look at the "pros and cons" so to speak. If she wanted to abort the child i would ask her reasons why and try and see from her point of view how that will affect us.
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