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.

http://prochoice-or-gtfo.tumblr.com/post/100536658142/man-antis-really-get-my-goat-i-reread-that

prochoice-or-gtfo:

Man, antis really get my goat.

I reread that article about the pregnant person who lost their job due to pregnancy, and the silence from the prolife side was fucking deafening.

I know y’all are lurking here, I know y’all follow the abortion and prochoice tags, which I tagged the article with,…

I actually am not totally sure which article you’re talking about. I’ve been away from tumblr recently.

Source: prochoice-or-gtfo

http://equality-activist-atheist-woman.tumblr.com/post/98731587070/prolifeforall-anactualrealfetus-dear-mom-be

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

prolifeforall:

anactualrealfetus:

Dear mom,

Be careful. In-utero I seem to already have the ability to conjugate sentences and form reasoned opinions and am already aware of my inherent superiority over you.

Be afraid.

- Demon fetus

I don’t know if ( besides the fact that prolifers…

I think that it misrepresents the prolife position and mocks the very thing that so many people desire and grieve.

Well then don’t read it. It just shows how inaccurate your movement is

And you’re the one who guilted me for my abortion don’t be a hypocrite

(The responses you’re just getting now were queued posts by the way)

Ah, ok.

Can I ask how you think I intentionally made you feel guilty? I do my best to be as respectful, courteous, and compassionate as I possibly can do feedback is not only welcome but encouraged.

LOL
you told me I didn’t have to kill my child
Word for word
How is that in ANY WAY respectful!?

I said I try to be.

I’m not perfect.

Id like to be better.

Then don’t be a judgemental asshole about the decisions I made for my own reasons and telling me I killed my own child.

To be honest, I doubt I said anything like that in the crude manner you’re describing.

I disagree with the decision. I think the decision is unethical. I don’t think you’re a bad person or that you should be demonized.

Source: anactualrealfetus

  • Question: Hi, I'm actually pro choice but I just want to say that you seem like a good person, and I agree with you on a lot of things, just not abortion and such. Good luck with your blog, and have a great day! - youshallnotpassthistest
  • Answer:

    This is so old! I’m sorry for not responding.

    Thanks so much for the feedback :)

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  • Question: are you vegan/vegetarian because i know you care so much about fetuses so i figured by logic you would also care about the millions of cows, pigs, goats, chickens, and other animals that are being abused and slaughtered for the meat industry. they literally throw male chicks onto a conveyor belt that takes them to a grinder that kills them. do you eat meat because even though at the cost of a life it benefits you? wow kinda like how an abortion benefits the pregnant person right - beautiful-swan
  • Answer:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    I’m sure though that you value members of your own species more than others. 

    but you never answered the original question “are you vegan/vegetarian.” im asking this bc your blog title says “pro-life for all lives”

    No, I’m not a vegan/vegetarian.

    have you considered becoming vegan and/or vegetarian because you care about all lives? i’m sincerely curious because you’re a strongly opinionated person about abortion because you think its killing a human life and if you think that’s inhumane are you okay with us raising millions of  animals just to be slaughtered? and are you okay with eating the meat of a slaughtered baby cow?

    I have been a vegetarian before, but my family wasn’t very supportive and because I’m limited to eating in the dining hall at my university, it can be quite difficult to get a healthy balanced diet while trying to be a vegetarian.

    I understand. I’m a vegetarian and my family isn’t supportive at all. I don’t think its very hard to supplement your diet though. You just have to know what plants and beans have protein then boom easy substitute. Tofu, beans, lentils, and nuts. So don’t you think the pro-life movement should tie into activism for all lives? It would technically be hypocritical for pro-lifers to be entirely against “killing unborn babies” and then have a steak for dinner and strips of bacon for breakfast. Even if it is beneficial to you, you won’t die without meat. 

    Unfortunately it’s not easy to get access to that sort of thing on my schools campus, especially if you want to eat anything other than salads for every meal.

    With the issue of vegetarianism, it starts to bring my religion into the issue. Perhaps that can be a discussion we have by ask/messaging/whatever?

Source: prolifeforall

  • Question: are you vegan/vegetarian because i know you care so much about fetuses so i figured by logic you would also care about the millions of cows, pigs, goats, chickens, and other animals that are being abused and slaughtered for the meat industry. they literally throw male chicks onto a conveyor belt that takes them to a grinder that kills them. do you eat meat because even though at the cost of a life it benefits you? wow kinda like how an abortion benefits the pregnant person right - beautiful-swan
  • Answer:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    I’m sure though that you value members of your own species more than others. 

    but you never answered the original question “are you vegan/vegetarian.” im asking this bc your blog title says “pro-life for all lives”

    No, I’m not a vegan/vegetarian.

    have you considered becoming vegan and/or vegetarian because you care about all lives? i’m sincerely curious because you’re a strongly opinionated person about abortion because you think its killing a human life and if you think that’s inhumane are you okay with us raising millions of  animals just to be slaughtered? and are you okay with eating the meat of a slaughtered baby cow?

    I have been a vegetarian before, but my family wasn’t very supportive and because I’m limited to eating in the dining hall at my university, it can be quite difficult to get a healthy balanced diet while trying to be a vegetarian.

Source: prolifeforall

  • Question: Why don't you think it's okay for pregnant people to have an abortion because the person doesn't want to go through with a pregnancy? Being pregnant is really hard and it can lead to death, depression, diabetes and many other medical issues. If a pregnant person has an abortion they're not "punishing" the fetus they're removing it from their uterus because they don't want to be pregnant? The pregnant person is doing it for themselves. And adoption is an alternative to parenthood but not pregnanc - beautiful-swan
  • Answer:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    prolifefemale:

    prolifeforall:

    I dont think it’s punishing the unborn person in all cases.

    My point though is that the fetus is a human being, a real person, just as much as you or I. It CAN be really hard, but is that a reason to take another person’s life?

    "If a pregnant person has an abortion they’re not "punishing" the fetus they’re removing it from their uterus because they don’t want to be pregnant?" 

    Interesting play of words here. They’re not just “removing it from their uterus,” they are killing the fetus in the process. They are taking a human life. They’re not just “removing it.” 

    "The pregnant person is doing it for themselves." 

    Exactly. In most cases, that is exactly what happens. Pregnant people think only about themselves when they decide to abort, they don’t think about the baby. 

    I’ll with one point prolifefemale makes, and that’s that they’re only thinking about themselves.. Many times abortion-minded women are thinking of other children, their families, even the possible suffering that the baby could face. I don’t believe these are justifications for abortions, but they’re reasons.

    transgendered men, intersex people, and non-binary people can become pregnant so when you say “abortion-minded” women you’re excluding so many people and why do you say “abortion-minded” why don’t you just say pro choice

    when you say “pregnant people think only about themselves when they decide to abort, they don’t think about the baby” i see why you’re so against abortion. its because you think that a fertilized egg or fetus is the equivalent in importance to the pregnant person. and to answer your question “but is that a reason to take another person’s life?” my answer is yes. it’s not taking another person’s life because i fetuses aren’t sentient. the pregnant person is more important in my opinion because they’re sentient and they’re a person but a fetus isn’t to me. fetuses can become a person if they’re born but they’re not a unique individual yet because they don’t have a personality, thoughts, or emotions.

    and are you okay with people having abortions if they find out they’ll die due to the fetus?

    I say “abortion minded” to mean people who are considering abortion. 

    How do you measure sentience? Do you think a 20 week fetus could be sentient? 

    I encourage you to look at some non-biased fetal development information from the Endowment for Human Defense. It’s got great stuff, such as footage from inside the uterus.

    http://www.ehd.org/

    No 20 week fetuses aren’t sentient because they don’t have thoughts or emotions. Electroencephalography (EEG) is used to record brain activity. If someone doesn’t have any EEG activity they are declared brain dead. Some say fetuses don’t have any EEG activity until a certain point, while some say they don’t at all until birth. So no EEG activity means no thoughts, emotions, or unique personality traits. Fetuses aren’t sentient.

    Can’t you just keep your argument here instead of linking me to some website? I already saw a video on the development of a fetus inside the womb in my health class freshman year of high school.

    The webpage just offers further information. Take it or leave it, but it has some pretty extraordinary stuff. 

    Now, as for brain waves…. Brain waves have been measured and recorded before 8.5 weeks.  (Source: http://www.ehd.org/prenatal-summary.php)

Source: prolifeforall

  • Question: You are incredibly patient, which I think makes you a great debater. - dangerously-human
  • Answer:

    Why thank you :)

  • Question: are you vegan/vegetarian because i know you care so much about fetuses so i figured by logic you would also care about the millions of cows, pigs, goats, chickens, and other animals that are being abused and slaughtered for the meat industry. they literally throw male chicks onto a conveyor belt that takes them to a grinder that kills them. do you eat meat because even though at the cost of a life it benefits you? wow kinda like how an abortion benefits the pregnant person right - beautiful-swan
  • Answer:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    I’m sure though that you value members of your own species more than others. 

    but you never answered the original question “are you vegan/vegetarian.” im asking this bc your blog title says “pro-life for all lives”

    No, I’m not a vegan/vegetarian.

Source: prolifeforall

  • Question: Why don't you think it's okay for pregnant people to have an abortion because the person doesn't want to go through with a pregnancy? Being pregnant is really hard and it can lead to death, depression, diabetes and many other medical issues. If a pregnant person has an abortion they're not "punishing" the fetus they're removing it from their uterus because they don't want to be pregnant? The pregnant person is doing it for themselves. And adoption is an alternative to parenthood but not pregnanc - beautiful-swan
  • Answer:

    beautiful-swan:

    prolifeforall:

    prolifefemale:

    prolifeforall:

    I dont think it’s punishing the unborn person in all cases.

    My point though is that the fetus is a human being, a real person, just as much as you or I. It CAN be really hard, but is that a reason to take another person’s life?

    "If a pregnant person has an abortion they’re not "punishing" the fetus they’re removing it from their uterus because they don’t want to be pregnant?" 

    Interesting play of words here. They’re not just “removing it from their uterus,” they are killing the fetus in the process. They are taking a human life. They’re not just “removing it.” 

    "The pregnant person is doing it for themselves." 

    Exactly. In most cases, that is exactly what happens. Pregnant people think only about themselves when they decide to abort, they don’t think about the baby. 

    I’ll with one point prolifefemale makes, and that’s that they’re only thinking about themselves.. Many times abortion-minded women are thinking of other children, their families, even the possible suffering that the baby could face. I don’t believe these are justifications for abortions, but they’re reasons.

    transgendered men, intersex people, and non-binary people can become pregnant so when you say “abortion-minded” women you’re excluding so many people and why do you say “abortion-minded” why don’t you just say pro choice

    when you say “pregnant people think only about themselves when they decide to abort, they don’t think about the baby” i see why you’re so against abortion. its because you think that a fertilized egg or fetus is the equivalent in importance to the pregnant person. and to answer your question “but is that a reason to take another person’s life?” my answer is yes. it’s not taking another person’s life because i fetuses aren’t sentient. the pregnant person is more important in my opinion because they’re sentient and they’re a person but a fetus isn’t to me. fetuses can become a person if they’re born but they’re not a unique individual yet because they don’t have a personality, thoughts, or emotions.

    and are you okay with people having abortions if they find out they’ll die due to the fetus?

    I say “abortion minded” to mean people who are considering abortion. 

    How do you measure sentience? Do you think a 20 week fetus could be sentient? 

    I encourage you to look at some non-biased fetal development information from the Endowment for Human Defense. It’s got great stuff, such as footage from inside the uterus.

    http://www.ehd.org/

Source: prolifeforall

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