Abortion

Silent Reader

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Why all this fuss about Poland making abortion harder?

I'm not religious, so no feelings on it that way, but it should only be allowed in the following circumstances:-

Incest. Rape. Immediate threat to the life of mother and/or child.

I'd never criticise anyone for feeling they couldn't look after a child for whatever reason, but if they don't want it, give it up for adoption. Plenty of people want a child & can't have one.

Poland have got it right.
 

Fake C

Active Member
Why all this fuss about Poland making abortion harder?

I'm not religious, so no feelings on it that way, but it should only be allowed in the following circumstances:-

Incest. Rape. Immediate threat to the life of mother and/or child.

I'd never criticise anyone for feeling they couldn't look after a child for whatever reason, but if they don't want it, give it up for adoption. Plenty of people want a child & can't have one.

Poland have got it right.
Don't have one.
Problem solved.
 

Verso

Well-Known Member
Can someone give the boot to this low-effort troll already, the routine is so painfully obvious.
 

Fake C

Active Member
But what if your decision is not allowed by the government? meaning, the action a woman takes is against the law which in turn can lead to her death ? I mean if abortion was illegal and the illegal abortion didn’t go right.
Context, you d**sh**. He's saying that he's against the rights of a woman to have an abortion so I'm saying he ( I assume it's a he) shouldn't have one.
 
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refreshe

Guest
Why all this fuss about Poland making abortion harder?

I'm not religious, so no feelings on it that way, but it should only be allowed in the following circumstances:-

Incest. Rape. Immediate threat to the life of mother and/or child.

I'd never criticise anyone for feeling they couldn't look after a child for whatever reason, but if they don't want it, give it up for adoption. Plenty of people want a child & can't have one.

Poland have got it right.
I don't understand the incest exception for extreme circumstances of abortion. If the family members were two consenting adults, why is there any need for abortion? Who is the abortion considering? Is it considering the child, who will likely be born with birth defects? If so, isn't aborting a child because of a birth defect a form of eugenics?
Genuine question- It's always baffled me.
 
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refreshe

Guest
Best song ever on this subject.

"That song was hated and loathed. It's not anti-abortion, it's not pro-abortion. It's: 'Think about it. Don't be callous about a human being, but don't be limited about a thing as 'morals' either. Because it's immoral to bring a kid in this world and not give a toss about it.'" Lydon
 

Ketamine Sun

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Read the whole thread and see if you can glean the meaning. I actually regretted the name calling but you kind of campaign for the title so wear it with pride I guess.
Ah don’t worry ‘bout it, name calling is expected from folks that are easily triggered.

:tiphat:
 

Light Housework

Meowissey, Hunchback of Solow
Subscriber
I'm reading about a murderous midwife from the early 1900's.

"Now a stream of unhappy women were arriving at Fazekas’ door, looking for birth control remedies and complaining about the rough attentions of their husbands. Fazekas listened sympathetically, then offered a solution. A problematic husband could be gotten rid of, she said, just like a problematic pregnancy."
 

Light Housework

Meowissey, Hunchback of Solow
Subscriber
This is the page it's on. The title of the book is at the top of the screenshot.
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Mozzer1980

Guest
Why all this fuss about Poland making abortion harder?

I'm not religious, so no feelings on it that way, but it should only be allowed in the following circumstances:-

Incest. Rape. Immediate threat to the life of mother and/or child.

I'd never criticise anyone for feeling they couldn't look after a child for whatever reason, but if they don't want it, give it up for adoption. Plenty of people want a child & can't have one.

Poland have got it right.
It's a political matter. The ruling of the constitutional court was now unnecessary to anyone, and the protests are anti-government and have nothing to do with anti-abortion laws. several hundred thousand people have protested in recent weeks, and hospitals in Poland are already refusing to admit patients (Covid 19, life-saving beds and ventilators are running out) ... they have to choose whether to save lives or not ... at this difficult time, women scream at streets: "My pussy - my business. Terrifying ...
 

Silent Reader

On Timeout
I don't understand the incest exception for extreme circumstances of abortion. If the family members were two consenting adults, why is there any need for abortion? Who is the abortion considering? Is it considering the child, who will likely be born with birth defects? If so, isn't aborting a child because of a birth defect a form of eugenics?
Genuine question- It's always baffled me.
Because incest is illegal I would imagine. And it doesn’t really count as eugenics in that instance I’d say.
 
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