I'm Pro-Life for All. I follow a consistent life ethic, and I do my best to live my life by these standards. Current student and aspiring activist.

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'Pro-life, Secular, Atheists', a mini documentary

Featuring people like 

  • Christopher Hitchens - author, polemicist, debater, and journalist
  • Noam Chomsky -  American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, logician, political commentator and activist.
  • Nat Hentoff - an American historian, novelist, jazz and country music critic, and syndicated columnist
  • Arif Ahmet - Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge
  • Richard Price  American novelist and screenwriter, known for the books The Wanderers (1974), Clockers (1992) and Lush Life (2008)
  • Don Marquis - American Philosopher, professor at the University of Kansas
  • Kelsey Hazzard - Founder of Secular Pro Life, Attorney

"Life is sacred to me on all levels. Abortion does not compute with my philosophy."

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Actress Kate Mulgrew, who played Captain Janeway on the show Star Trek Voyager, and who herself put up a child for adoption

 

  

  • Question: There's so much gray area on the abortion topic.. I agree with the importance of bodily autonomy, but I also can't seem to shake off the feeling that there is life and potential within a fetus. The important thing to note here is that it's a choice- just because I would feel weird getting an abortion doesn't mean that someone else should have to carry an unwanted pregnancy to term. That's just cruel and unusual. Honestly it's way more productive to advocate for sex ed and contraception. - carpediemtomorrow
  • Answer:

    I actually do advocate for accessible and affordable birth control and comprehensive sex ed. 

    Thanks for your input!

  • Question: I can't say how happy I am to find this blog. I'm so tired of people telling me that I hate women, am uneducated or crazy religious because I'm against abortion. I try to explain that for me, a fetus is a living person, not simply a lump of cells. It gives me hope that I'm not the only one with these beliefs. Tbh I thought this was going to be a blog that made fun of those who are prolife. Tumblr can be pretty horrible about this topic. Thank you for running this blog c: - the-doctors-donna
  • Answer:

    Why thank you!

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noxiouspineapple:

prolifeforall:

noxiouspineapple:

you cant bring down abortion rates by making them illegal. stop trying.

you have to make contraception easily accessible for everyone who needs it. 

and yes that includes abortions being safe and legal. lets get real, shit happens even with great contraception. but abortion rates would be much lower than they are now.

what better way to stop abortions than to give the women who dont want kids a way not to get pregnant in the first place?

Well, I totally agree about contraception. 

The thing is, abortion takes the very real life of a very real human. That’s what I’m opposed to.

It’s fine if you don’t like abortions, what you choose to do with your body and your life is none of my business, you have all my respect on that front. 

but that’s it. that’s all you get. a say in what you do. no one else.

pro choice doesnt mean pro abortion it just means i have no right to tell people what to do with their lives and bodies. i have no right to make you keep a pregnancy or to make you abort. that’s all up to you. 

i just wish more “prolifers” understood this.

Our issue isn’t just not liking abortion. We view it as killing another person. Think of that through our eyes. Does it make sense why we work to end it?

Source: noxiouspineapple

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timbrelanddance:

A federal judge struck down California’s death penalty today. And I’m hearing nothing but crickets from pro-lifers on FB and Tumblr.

What was that about not just being pro-fetus again?

I’ve reblogged things about it :)

Source: timbrelanddance

  • Question: I'm just curious cause I've never asked what is ur view on birth control? R u for it or against it. N what about for other reasons then preventing pregnancy? - miealovely
  • Answer:

    I fully support contraception (with the exception of the copper IUD used as emergency contraception). I currently take Beyaz, although I’m possibly the worst person in the world about taking my birth control pills. I really want to get Nexplanon.

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noxiouspineapple:

you cant bring down abortion rates by making them illegal. stop trying.

you have to make contraception easily accessible for everyone who needs it. 

and yes that includes abortions being safe and legal. lets get real, shit happens even with great contraception. but abortion rates would be much lower than they are now.

what better way to stop abortions than to give the women who dont want kids a way not to get pregnant in the first place?

Well, I totally agree about contraception. 

The thing is, abortion takes the very real life of a very real human. That’s what I’m opposed to.

Source: noxiouspineapple

  • Question: First off I wanted to say thank you for being pro-life. Second, is my question. Would you agree taking contraceptives is against defending life? You are trying to prevent pregnancy using them therefore the potential birth of a child. - animebabez
  • Answer:

    Contraception is one of the most pro-life things on this planet.

    Prevention of fertilization is key. Less pregnancies = less abortions.

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