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Game Change: Why Pro-Choicers Should Stop Dwelling on the Exceptions and Start Making the Rules

2 Responses to "Game Change: Why Pro-Choicers Should Stop Dwelling on the Exceptions and Start Making the Rules"
  1. Brooke says:

    How about the right of the child to live in a world free from sexual abuse? Isnt this a right that also needs to be highlighted too? What about mentioning the other millions of incest that havent needed abortion but are suffering greatly! Or how about the emotional consequenses of these poor girls whole experience. The abortion is not going to magically cure this innocent child from the physical or emotional torment that Im sure she is suffering. I find it sickening that someone could sensationalise this to fight for a political adgenda that the child of this story would have no idea of. I am not anti choice nor am I pro abortion ( I have had an abortion myself) but this use of innocent victims to push a political adgenda is wrong and in my opinion needs to stop!! Is it any wonder people are sick of hearing about abortion when you choose to promote the "good" side of incest and childhood pregnancy because it helps your cause

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