[Abortion Debaters] Re: Abortion is Wrong
- I would like this explained please. When you say "we all" I presume
you are speaking for everyone. I have a hard time believing that the
things I do to my body affect you in any way, shape, or form. If you
wanted or needed something surgically done to your body and I came
out of the woodwork, a complete stranger, and told you that you
couldn't, it wouldn't be right. If abortion is done away with, then
desperate women are going to back to resorting to back alley
abortions or worse, doing something to hurt themselves. If I died
tomorrow, it wouldn't affect you in any way.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Diane <baremusicfoot@y...>
> We are all socially connected to one another.
> What one person does to themselves affects
> everyone else.
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> Also, I found this online today:Journal reveals that women who have abortions are at significantly
> "...A study published in the August edition of the Southern Medical
higher risk of near and long term death than women who give birth.
This contradicts the widely accepted opinion that abortion is safer
This is nonsense. These studies associating abortion with breast
cancer and so called "Post-abortion syndrome" have been thorougly
debunked. While there is a correlation between breast cancer and
women who get abortions, this is because carrying a pregnancy to term
and breastfeeding the baby reduces a woman's risk of breast cancer.
If women who have this increased risk of breast cancer correlated
with having an abortion had never gotten pregnant, they would still
have the same higher risk of cancer. In other words, being pregnant
early in life and often lessens your risk of cancer. Never getting
pregnant or never carrying a pregnancy to term has the same effect: a
higher risk of breast cancer.
Post-Abortion Syndrome occurs in people who have strong moral,
religious, or other beliefs against abortions; have abortions after
the first trimester; abort because of a fetal genetic problem; have
an abortion under pressure from others; or are unstable. In healthy,
stable people who are pro-choice, abortion doesn't cause any lasting
problems. If you don't like abortions, don't have one, as much to
preserve your own mental health as your "baby".
What else this quote could be talking about, I have no idea, but
perhaps you can clarify?
Where you got your quote, I don't know, but my info comes from here: