Are you Pro-choice?

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Are you Pro-choice?

novanilla novanilla
Are you pro-choice (support legality of abortion)? Just sort of wondering people's political opinions of sex.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
Yes! Completely--no restrictions at all.
145  (56%)
Yes, but not late term.
72  (28%)
Yes, but with some restrictions (minors, partner signatures)
11  (4%)
No except for life of mother, rape, and incest.
22  (8%)
Absolutely not for any reason.
11  (4%)
Total votes: 261
Poll is closed
08/11/2012
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Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
I'm 100% pro-choice but I could never get an abortion unless it was medically necessary. I believe every woman should have the option to make her own choice. Making abortions illegal wouldn't stop abortion at all. If abortion were to be illegal, women would be forced to seek an illegal, unregulated, unsanitary abortion. Legal abortions are much safer for women.
08/11/2012
Scrawberry78 Scrawberry78
I used to be pro-life but I have come to realize that it is not my decision to make. I would never get an abortion. But other people should have the right to choose.
08/11/2012
mistressg mistressg
Completely pro-choice.
08/11/2012
Danneh Danneh
100% pro-choice. Late term abortions are so rare it's not even worth bringing them up in debate.
08/11/2012
Bex1331 Bex1331
Quote:
Originally posted by Lildrummrgurl7
I'm 100% pro-choice but I could never get an abortion unless it was medically necessary. I believe every woman should have the option to make her own choice. Making abortions illegal wouldn't stop abortion at all. If abortion were to be ...
Couldn't have said it better myself, I strongly disagree with abortions personally, but that doesn't mean everyone else has to act based on my morals, they should have the right to safely pursue their own choices
08/11/2012
crazycouple7281 crazycouple7281
Yes but not late term.
08/12/2012
Vaginas Vaginas
yes but not late term. didn't see that option till after I voted yes with no restrictions. late term is my only restriction
08/12/2012
zz1aag zz1aag
Quote:
Originally posted by novanilla
Are you pro-choice (support legality of abortion)? Just sort of wondering people's political opinions of sex.
of course
08/12/2012
XxXxX XxXxX
Quote:
Originally posted by novanilla
Are you pro-choice (support legality of abortion)? Just sort of wondering people's political opinions of sex.
I could never get an abortion. But everyone has their own beliefs.
08/13/2012
SneakersAndPearls SneakersAndPearls
I'm completely pro-life with the exception being if the mother's life is in danger.
08/13/2012
Beck Beck
I am pro life for my own decisions. I would even have a hard time saying yes to the Dr, if he was telling me I absolutely needed one. However, I do believe in the right to choose! It's not my choice to make for every women.

I strongly believe there are those who should never be parents and there are those who aren't ready to be parents. They should be allowed to have options that are in safe and sterile environments. Making abortions illegal would only resort desperate people into using coat hangers and other things that are very dangerous for their own health. It's going to do much more harm than good.

Late term abortions are rare because most people know if they want that child or not, sooner. However, I don't think they should be allowed if the unborn baby is at a stage where medically, it could survive. If that is possible, we should try to save that life. I'm sure someone would adopt those babies.
08/13/2012
bayosgirl bayosgirl
First tri only. ETA: I'm personally pro-life.
08/13/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I'm pro-life for me and my family, but that's where I leave it. Every person has to make the decision for themselves.
08/13/2012
namelesschaos namelesschaos
Pro-choice, women have a right to bodily autonomy.
08/13/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
Quote:
Originally posted by novanilla
Are you pro-choice (support legality of abortion)? Just sort of wondering people's political opinions of sex.
Yes! Completely--no restrictions at all.
08/13/2012
hawaiian chick hawaiian chick
Quote:
Originally posted by novanilla
Are you pro-choice (support legality of abortion)? Just sort of wondering people's political opinions of sex.
I do not agree with abortion at all, unless it is the only thing that will save the mother's life.
08/13/2012
TheirPet TheirPet
I'm 100% pro-choice as well but I personally would never get an abortion.
08/13/2012
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
I don't like the idea of medical procedures being used (for any procedure) when they don't have to be.
08/13/2012
Feisty Feisty
Yes, but not late term.
08/13/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
The government has no business in any heartwrenching life decision or medical decision of any kind. Things like this should be decided by women and their doctors, as well as anyone they personally wish to consult, not by politicians with agendas. Even late term laws can turn around and punish innocent women with unforeseen consequences, because politicians are not doctors. I was anti-late term until I read someone's story about an infection that resulted from her doctor being helpless to do what needed to be done because of a side effect of such a law. People don't have late term abortions as birth control, they have them when something goes horribly wrong with a pregnancy. And as far as notifying partners, etc., that's about a thousand times more likely to force a woman back into the control of an abuser than it is to keep a woman from having an abortion out of spite or whatever the hell soap opera fantasy it is that certain politicians try to sell with those restrictions.

Abortion isn't a happy thing, nobody's "pro abortion" but to make it illegal is to force one person's morals on another, to take decision making away from the people who should be allowed to be making those decisions, and of course to force desperate women to back alley quacks. Not to mention the impact some of the most ridiculous laws have on contraception, and even, terrifyingly, on miscarriages. Under one of those personhood laws a woman was tried for murder after falling down the stairs while pregnant. That is beyond wrong.
08/13/2012
Rawr4483 Rawr4483
I feel it should always be the women's decision
08/13/2012
novanilla novanilla
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyGeek
The government has no business in any heartwrenching life decision or medical decision of any kind. Things like this should be decided by women and their doctors, as well as anyone they personally wish to consult, not by politicians with agendas. ...
I really agree with this. I'm incredibly pro-choice and I would definitely choose the first option in this poll with no hesitation!
08/14/2012
ellieprobable ellieprobable
I will never waver from this.
08/14/2012
Tangles Tangles
Pro-choice. Regulating bodies is a scary, shaky ground.
08/15/2012
Abombadong Abombadong
It's completely up to the mother!
08/15/2012
glitterbombs glitterbombs
Absolutely! Whether keeping an unwanted pregnancy is a kind or morally proper choice, what an individual "should" be doing, what an individual would do if they got pregnant... I can understand having discussions and varying opinions about that sort of thing.

But regardless of your own values, it absolutely needs to be safe and legal. Having the right to not have other humans living in your organs shouldn't even be a debate.
08/15/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
I am pro-life, not for religious reasons, but because of my libertarian philosophy. Until it can be conclusively proven when an unborn child becomes a human, I feel it's better to err on the side of caution and not deprive them of their right to life.

However, the only way to get rid of abortion is to increase education about and access to birth control. So I term myself a Practical Pro-lifer.
08/16/2012
lineswecast lineswecast
Absolutely, without restriction.
08/19/2012
molly molly
100% absolutely. No restrictions at all.
08/20/2012
Total posts: 133
Unique posters: 126