• Maryanna Price

    “You’re old enough to be forced into motherhood and make medical decisions for the resulting child, but not old enough to make medical decisions for yourself.”

    Parental notification and consent laws are the most bald-faced of the human rights violations inherent in the forced-birth agenda.

    • Dezzydez

      I completely agree. I was about to write the same thing. A girl is old enough to give birth and parent, but not old enough to chose abortion. That makes no sense and just another way for force birthers to restrict a woman’s right.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1196615367 Tanya Nguyễn

    1) parents are often teh problem. Highly conservative parents do not allow their girls quality information about, or access to birth control. They may sometimes even be violent.
    2) parents are known to toss out kids for being pregnant. It’s not at all uncommon – in fact after being gay, it’s the second most common reason to throw daughters out of your home.
    3) sometimes, rarely, but still, the father or step parent may be the actual rapist in question.

    Yes, there are “judicial review” but it’s hard to get, and harder to prove.

    Can we finally come to terms with teh idea that the state, nor parents have no right FORCING A WOMAN (or girl) to be pregnant? forced pregnancy is slavery. it’s really that simple.

    • Dragonstaff

      No argument from me on this, but please, use ‘the’ rather than ‘teh’ in this sort of place if you want to be taken seriously.

      • http://www.facebook.com/Feral.9.Hex Carla Clark

        Um, seriously, are you going to object to someone’s spelling, now?

    • http://www.facebook.com/Feral.9.Hex Carla Clark

      Actually, I think it’s more often the case that the father or step parent IS the actual rapist.

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