• bluetigress

    I’d write my rep and ask him to vote against it, but I’m certain he’s slavering for another chance to polish his “pro-life” cred.


    Maybe I’ll have more luck with my state senator.


  • wildthing

    It is a matter of medical freedom for women. No woman should be forced to accept the risk of death or hormonal disabilit due to preganancy and childbirth or economic hardship without choice. It is an invasion of their bodily rights to accept a risk, no matter how slight, without their approval. No doctor can make the decison of risk assessment for them and certainly no one else should particularly governments or religious organization.
    It is a mind body problem of our making that a womans body can miscarry on its own assessment but a woman’s mind cannot do the same thing for its own assessment of factors.
    More correctly it is an attempt to control human sexuality and repress its expression which leads some of these same people to violate social norms in sexually inappropriate acts that negatively impact society and cost us tax money to remedy too..

  • jimthompsonmensrightsvideos

    Well here’s an option: since you hate pregnancy so much, stop doing activities that result in pregnancy.

    You have that CHOICE.

  • jimthompsonmensrightsvideos

    …as opposed to being “Anti-Life”?

  • purplemistydez

    Who’s anti-life?

  • purplemistydez

    And she has the choice to have an abortion.  She doesn’t stop having choices if she becomes pregnant. 

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