There’s a difference between not judging someone for their actions and being pro-choice.Pulling out baby parts, and racking them up as inventory....congratulations u just confirmed her right to choose...
disgusting. U know what I can understand a woman who makes the mistake, but the people who "research" the topic and come to the conclusion, they are pro choice, baffles my mind, take the emotion out of it the answers clear.
There is also a huge difference between not being pro-choice and recognising the need for abortion law, which protects both the unborn baby and the mother.
Since time began, women have tried to find ways of terminating unwanted pregnancies. Where it is not available legally, safely and within a legal framework which protects the mother and child, there are more risks to babies and mothers.
In countries like Brazil, it is illegal to have and carry out abortions. This puts babies and mothers at risk. In 2020, there is no excuse for a mother to become ill or even die because she has had an illegal abortion. In Brazil, estimations are that 44 per 1000 pregnancies, are aborted every year. That is the highest estimated frequency in the world, despite having among the strictest and most punitive legislation. That equates to 500000 pregnancies, of which half the women will require emergency after-care. 200 women die every year as a result of illegal abortion. That’s unacceptable.
Abortion is permitted in certain circumstances including r*pe, incest, threat to mother’s life and anencephaly (Zika virus).
Brazil is proof that abortion will happen whether the majority of people want it to or not. It will happen whether it is legal or not. We therefore have a moral duty, as a society, to put in place laws which protect and safeguard the rights of the child and the mother - even if we are divided as a society about what those rights are.