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I’m personally pro-life, but I vote pro-choice, because you can’t make that decision for anyone else. You just can’t.

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I’m personally pro-life, but I vote pro-choice, because you can’t make that decision for anyone else. You just can’t.
"Women shouldn’t be allowed to have an abortion because she needs to take responsibility for her actions and decisions." Ok, well by that logic then people who smoke and get cancer shouldn’t be allowed medical care or treatment because they “need to take responsibility for their a...
This person took meticulous time destroying EVERYTHING that was important to me; everything that I have worked very hard for all my life. He...
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Pro-choice: “I want you to be able to do whatever you want, whenever you want with your own body, because it’s yours and what you do doesn’t effect me at all.” Pro-life: “I want my own personal beliefs and opinions to dictate what you can and cannot do with your own bod...
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When I say I'm pro-life...
It doesn’t mean I’m religious. Because I’m not.It doesn’t mean I hate LGBT community. Because I am a supporter.It doesn’t mean I force women to give birth. Because I never will.Take what you want from my blog, but never assume I’m just your stereotypical pro-lifer...
Do you feel as though you have the right to decide whether or not an abortion is okay? If you answered yes, I need you to answer one question for me: are you the pregnant person choosing abortion for yourself? No? Then it’s none of your fucking business.
I have a tilted uterus and during my last pregnancy, I lost 6 liters of blood. I almost died. I can’t have this baby. Why don’...
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