Pro-choicers believe a person should have access to a safe and legal abortion.

Pro-lifers do not.

Pro-choicers believe the pregnant person has the same rights as every other human, and that these rights should not be violated just because they’re pregnant.

Pro-lifers do not.

Pro-choicers believe a person should be able to make their own choice regarding pregnancy and parenting.

Pro-lifers do not.

Pro-choicers do not believe a person should be forced to do anything they are unwilling or unable to do.

Pro-lifers do.

Many pro-abortionists claim that abortion cannot be defined as murder because murder is a legal term that requires malice aforethought. While that is a true statement, rather than discredit the argument, it serves to confirm that abortion is indeed murder.

The legal definition of “malice aforethought” is as follows:

1.) the conscious intent to cause death or great bodily harm to another person before a person commits the crime. Such malice is a required element to prove first degree murder.

2.) a general evil and depraved state of mind in which the person is unconcerned for the lives of others.

3.) an intent, at the time of a killing, willfully to take the life of a human being, or an intent willfully to act in callous and wanton disregard of the consequences to human life; but malice aforethought does not necessarily imply any ill will, spite or hatred towards the individual killed.


Let’s break down the first definition…

“the conscious intent”
Abortions are performed with full awareness that it will end the life of the unborn child. It is the conscious intent to end the pregnancy.

“to cause death or great bodily harm”
The sole purpose of abortion is to kill, or, otherwise stated, remove the baby from the only environment that will sustain its life, thus knowingly causing death. The only objective of abortion is to end a life.

“to another person”
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the word “person” as “human; individual” [x]. Scientifically, a baby cannot be anything other than human, it is an individual (possessing its own code of DNA), and it is so from the moment of conception [x]. Therefore it is a person.

“before a person commits the crime”
The baby has committed no crime. Here is where the argument of bodily autonomy comes in, wherein it is claimed that the baby was not given consent to use the woman’s body, thus being criminally charged. However, the problem with that argument is that it was the parents’ conscious decision to have sex that forced the child to become reliant on the mother for support. The baby did not choose to inhabit the womb, it was created explicitly by the choice of a male and female to engage in sex; with them knowing conception was a possible outcome. By the law, one cannot convict a person of a crime they did not commit, and since the state of the baby’s existence is not his or her fault, but the direct result of parental action, the baby cannot be at fault. Furthermore, killing the child and/or removing the support it requires to survive falls under child abuse and neglect [x]. When you cause someone to become dependent on you, and then take away that which they require, it is not the child who is at fault, rather they are the victim. (Note that, even in the rare case in which the mother has been raped (less than 1% of all abortions) it is not the child who is guilty of committing said crime. Further elaboration on the topic of rape can be found here [x])

“Such malice is a required element to prove first degree murder.”
Thereby concluding that abortion fits every criteria listed for first degree murder.

On to definition two…

“a general evil and depraved state of mind”
The killing of a child would arguably fall under the criteria of evil, and, at the very least, depraved.

“in which the person is unconcerned for the lives of others.”
Seeking to end a life most definitely constitutes as being unconcerned for the lives of others. And, as previously proven, the baby is most certainly a life.

Now as for definition three…

Most of the points made in this definition have been previously addressed, so I’ll refer you back to definition #1 for the majority. However, I wanted to included this definition to dismiss the false ideal that malice aforethought requires a spiteful vendetta. You do not have to directly hate someone on a personal level for it to be of malicious intent. The “callous and wanton disregard” for human life in the given context is enough to qualify as malice aforethought.

Let it be clear, I am not looking to judge the women that have had abortions. I do not scorn them, nor do I harbor ill feelings toward them; I have nothing but compassion for them. What I am doing is shaming society as a whole. I am holding a nation accountable, that we have let this idea infect us that murdering unborn children is acceptable, and beyond that, to be praised. We do absolutely no good by calling something other than what it is, skirting around the truth. Abortion is murder, and no matter what label you give it, that will not change.

anonymous asked:

Do you think it's okay to not like abortion, but understand why women do it and support them?

you don’t have to ‘like’ it. i mean people who get abortions don’t ‘like’ it.

but as long as you support people who do make that choice, then that’s what being pro choice is about. allowing people to make that decision for themselves! people deserve the right to decide what to do with their own bodies.


Este tema es demasiado controversial y sé que muchas aun no comprenden el por qué muchas feministas apoyan la legalización del aborto porque son “pro-elección”. Como este tema debe ser explicado con mucha educación y exactitud me tome mucho tiempo en realizarlo y buscar información. Espero que esta publicación les ayude a comprender por qué la lucha de igualdad también incluye al aborto y que tan directo se encuentra con los derechos reproductivos.

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This is actually pretty consistent with what I know about SJWs actually. Everything is everyone’s issue no matter where you live as long as you’re a woman. Also love how she threw that “little dicks” comment in there too.

I’m just going to reiterate that even though someone’s identity can influence and inform (or un-inform) their opinion, everyone is allowed to HAVE an opinion. Then we can discuss our opinions and hopefully discover why people think differently and perhaps get one person to change their mind. But condescendingly saying “You’re not allowed to have an opinion” is just going to make them hold onto that opinion even harder.



I am completely pro-choice

A woman has the right to decide if she can and if she wants to go through pregnancy and the stress on her body. I also firmly believe a woman has every right to terminate a pregnancy without needing to give reason. However, I hate the idea that I can be in a loving, long lasting relationship and if my girlfriend/wife decides on an abortion and doesn’t tell me, many pro-choice people would completely support her. I’d never want to prevent someone from having an abortion if it’s what they want but to think I don’t have to be involved in the decision at all and that pro-choice advocates encourage woman to not have to even discuss it with the father, even if there is a relationship between the parents, is really upsetting.
I understand it’s not the father’s body that will be put through months of agony and pain but knowing I could have had a child aborted and not be told is hard to think, especially when so many pro-choice supporters, like myself, wouldn’t care that a father doesn’t even get a discussion with the mother beforehand.


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Harry Styles is pregnant, but Louis’ not ready for this commitment.

Warning: Mpreg Harry, forced abortion, minor character death
Pairing: Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson
(Part 2 will be up soon)

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“Similarly, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan’s chemistry on and off screen has many fans pairing them. Fans of the pairing have claimed the ‘secretly married tag on tumblr. The tag is full of mostly posts of the two of them, sprinkled very rarely with other couples.”