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  1. Pro-choice is not necessarily pro-abortion. The majority of pro-choice people have never and will never have abortions.
    How do pro-life people feel when they’re called “pro-forced birth” and “anti-women’s rights” ?

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      1. I think during a time that overpopulation is a huge burden and unwanted, the foster system is overcrowded and extremely broken, and uncared for children are rampant, it’s that type of honesty that we need more of. Less emotionally charged policies and more rational and ethical policies.

        Its not evil or necessarily bad intentioned to promote a higher birth rate, however it is irresponsible, unfair, and ignorant.

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      2. Exactly, and that’s the problem.
        Overpopulation, broken & crowded foster system, and the surplus of unwanted and uncared for children have to do with abortion because they are all a DIRECT result of anti-choice philosophy.

        Promoting anti-choice ideology not only makes these (and many other) issues worse, its promoting the birth and fertility rates.

        It’s like people just want to promote excessive breeding but don’t give a shit what happens to the children after they’re born; all this DESPITE all the medical research that proves no conscious or physical suffering occurs during early term abortion.

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