Pro-Choice And Pro-Life Supporters Search For Common Ground

Pro-Choice And Pro-Life Supporters Search For Common Ground


my name is patty and I am pro-life, I had two abortions. I know what happens to the emotional and psychological part of women My name is John and I’m pro-choice I did six years of the planned parenthood of Golden Gate My name is Marie and I am pro-life and I help women Reverse their abortion once they’ve started them if they would like to do so Nooo, don’t do it I’m the only one? Uh well a sandwich is just something between two pieces of bread and that’s what a hot dog is I disagree because … *laughter* A sandwich is two pieces of bread, right? But a hot dog bun isn’t two pieces of bread. A hot dog is it’s own thing It’s just the way it’s eaten is different If you had a hot dog bun and you put like deli meats in there, would that be still a hot dog? Would it be a sandwich then? that would be a hotdog though Are we gonna solve world peace here? Oh right, we start talking Yeah, because you hear the other person’s perspective and you’re like, okay that makes sense Yeah, no, I think I question mine often because I could imagine that if I wasn’t living my life based on my christianity, I would want women to have that choice as well I used to be a pro-life feminist Really? Yes, until I had an abortion Actually I had two And after I realized what I had done, I knew I had made the biggest mistake in my life I realized it wasn’t my.. I shouldn’t be taking the life of a child So after that I struggled with it for 35 years with my abortions So I have no doubts, I am all the way Pro-life! But I believe, fundamentally, that the woman should have that right to make the decision and I’ve never been anybody who’s pro-abortion and oftentimes they don’t have good choices and they’re picking the lesser of the bad choices yeah I just feel like I’m very certain of my views because I want to respect that everyone has that option and I think that if you take that away, you endanger children more than if you allow them to make that choice for themselves, so But a woman can choose for herself but She doesn’t have the right to choose for someone else because if a child is inconvenient as a toddler, are you going to kill that child as a toddler? No. I think we’re talking about a completely different thing though But no we’re talking science And I’m saying like a lot of times women have to have abortions because of medical reasons That’s like .001% Right Time? Oh, you got us Right in the thick of it My sister had an abortion Almost two years ago, I found out I was pregnant and had an abortion forced on me by a man twice my age Who made a ton of money and I felt like i had no other choice If I wasn’t a christian and if I didn’t believe the things that I believe, I would be pro-choice, like 100%, but at the end of the day, like to my core, I believe that all human life is so sacred and it’s not our choice, it’s never been our choice I realized that I shouldn’t have had that choice because I was choosing life and death over another human being, it’s taking a life But I do understand, definitely understand, where you guys came from The only difference we have is when that fetus becomes a human life If that’s a human being, then my tonsils a human being I think there are very great.. That’s a scary grey area And in the bible, you didn’t say, you know, I don’t know what part of christianity but Jesus says before I formed you in your mother’s womb, I knew you and not a sparrow falls from the sky without my knowing I feel like I really respect you and your faith I respect that that’s your feeling and that you all feel that way, but I also feel like one can feel that way regardless of the Bible, regardless of Christianity, you know it’s one of those things that happens and has happened, actually for decades, you know for a while and people make that decision and it is their decision, they make that decision for whatever reasons. You know? Again, you help people who have taken a pill first then change their mind and I think that’s great But if you have one and you feel regretful then deal with it. If you have one, you don’t really feel regretful or you feel like it really truly was the best decision for you, then that’s what happens and I just think we all know people like that or I’d just don’t feel like we have any right to force a particular way and you know, I think it’s great to try to just be open, you know? Pretty judged around my beliefs Hey guys How you been? It’s been a long time I think we all feel that way because because it’s an emotional, very emotional topic I’ve actually been verbally attacked by a lot of the pro-choice people you know about what I went through, with the regret, the alcoholism, and all of that stuff that tied into the abortion For me, something that Marie said a little bit while ago about her Christian faith and implicit in that is that someone who’s pro-choice isn’t Christian I was raised a Roman Catholic. I consider myself a Christian. I don’t believe that there’s anything in Christianity, as I understand it, that requires me to believe that abortion is murder I grew up in a Christian home, my mom’s a pastor, but they also respect that they know that it’s my ultimate decision and they know that what it is that I’m gonna do, what I’m gonna choose for my life, they don’t have control over and that I am an adult Sometimes in the argument, between the two sides there’s a lack of respect for the fact that, like, I don’t have to agree with you You live your life the way that you want you and I’ll live it the way I want to, as long as you’re not stopping… Aw Sorry you guys I have two kids, one a son who’s 30 and then a daughter who’s 28 I have one son, who is 36, he’s adopted I couldn’t have children biologically I convinced a doctor to give me a tubal ligation because I didn’t feel I punished myself for having the abortions I have a daughter, she’s a year old, and she’s in heaven To me in my experience at planned parenthood, almost everybody had kids and the slogan, if you will, of Planned Parenthood was “no child an unwanted child” And we wanted our children and that’s why we chose to have them What about all the people that would gladly take care of that child, that cannot have a pregnancy to save their life? Well because a woman has to go through.. Nine months for a whole life that a child could have? I think one of the things that I really immediately reacted to is that Okay, nine months, whatever, but there are so many children, not just in America, but the world over that don’t have loving parents, that are not in a loving situation, that are not cared for, fed, clothed, loved! And I think that is the most important thing, to care about our children, because they are our future So the child in the womb has no value whatsoever? No, I don’t think so at all. I’m not saying that, I never said that Okay, I’m just asking, yeah I’m just saying that to me that’s unclear whether it’s you know, this or that or this or that, and despite the fact that you say there are people out there that want to adopt this child or want to take care of this child, there are still so many that are not And that’s horrible I don’t think that wrong makes this right though No, I understand that, I’m not saying that, I’m only responding to your comment My view is I don’t want to, personally, want to have kids. I want to adopt all my children because of that reason And because I lived with a family that took me in, when my family didn’t want me And so I understand that One, the foster system and adoption is not that easy and if we’re making it about taking care of the child, yeah, let’s do that, let’s take care of the children But we need to make sure that there are opportunities in place for all the children to be successful so that that child has a world to come into that’s actually gonna be good to it because we don’t live in that world right now We don’t offer those things to our children You should talk to a lot of the people that came from a ton of adversity who’ve now made it in this world We’re not talking about that, we’re not talking about the success We’re talking about kids today that do not have a home Yeah, and their worth, that worth, in my opinion, is exactly equal to a twenty week baby in a womb I totally understand and I respect that I’m only saying, my only comment was I feel like it’s unfair to be, like “Well, Blah, blah, blah! Nine months, why can’t you just have a kid for nine months and they give it up?” Ohhhh cool It is getting cooler in here, though, isn’t it? It is Um I wasn’t expecting to hear some of the stories about people’s lives and their experiences, who’ve had abortions and like, I can only imagine the pain that is associated to making that decision and I have a lot of compassion and sympathy for people who go through that I wasn’t expecting, i wasn’t expecting, it to be as calm as it was I think that there were moments, but I think, for the most part, we were respectful of each other and I still think that you guys are awesome people, I mean, outside of this situation I wasn’t surprised at how this has gone because when we were all talking outside it didn’t make any difference whose side was on whose side and we all bonded right away, you know, Sometimes, our levels got a little bit raised but, you know what, we all respect each other No matter what you do, you’ve heard all the arguments there’s not gonna be one argument where you’re like “Oh my gosh, you just changed my mind” No, it’s never gonna, you know, people are who they are and it usually takes a certain situation happening, but I think it’s healthy to have the dialogue. I think it doesn’t happen enough, it happens too much behind our computers Oh ok It’s cool Sorry dog Nice meeting you! Nice meeting you! It was great Great meeting you, sweet thing

100 comments on “Pro-Choice And Pro-Life Supporters Search For Common Ground

  1. Leigh Cordingley Post author

    Pro-choice all the way. Don't you dare judge us for something you haven't been through.

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  2. ana suarez Post author

    The lady with the glasses needs healing she says she's Christian but if she should know God will forgive her if she repents. She says she has guilt of what she did but somehow I just can't understand that. I think her problem is more than regretting or she's using this as an excuse for her real problems

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  3. Dakota Mejia Post author

    I don’t like the bell how are you going to talk for a short period of time and understand how people feel?

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  4. BeautyByNicoleF Post author

    If you don’t want to have an abortion, then DON’T have one, but why care about what other women do with their bodies? Unplanned pregnancies happen even if you use protection, and a baby shouldn’t be born if the mother doesn’t want the child… Also, stop shouting abstinence, should you stay a virgin for life if you don’t want kids? Sure

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  5. 360 View Post author

    The blond girl just shows that the government is making laws based off religion and not science. Religion and law should not be mixed.

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  6. lunga mbulana Post author

    Wow no the lady who’s a new Christian is problematic. She’s literally just living on doctrine and has less logical knowledge

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  7. Dillon Wadewitz Post author

    For the pro choicers, who believe everyone should have the right to do what they want with their own body. I would be curious to ask how they feel about legal and illegal drug use and abuse?

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  8. C A T Post author

    3:46 that argument is entirely false, around 9% of legal abortions are preformed for medical reasons so..yeah

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  9. Ashlie Post author

    She's reciting the Bible but forgets when it tells that a woman who has an affair is to give herself an abortion and if she miscarries, the fetus was illigitimate. 🐸🍵

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  10. Jayden The Fat Post author

    The women that had 2 abortions is now pro life because she had 2 abortions. Those 2 time she had a choice to get rid of her fetus for whatever reason, why would she want that choice to be took away from other women because she felt bad afterwards….

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  11. Bridgetsimmer Post author

    I find it very ironic that a lot of prolife people themselves had an abortion, so they didn't even live by the rigorous rules they're trying to force on those who can get pregnant. The blond woman also made me a bit angry, where she keeps bringing up her Christian beliefs. Ok, you have your right to religious beliefs, but you don't have the right to force your religious beliefs on other people. Stop bringing religion up, other people's choice to have an abortion has nothing to do with your religious/personal beliefs.

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  12. Goldddustwoman Post author

    Girl in the green shirt can’t speak on being pro-life because her faith when she had an abortion and makes some sad excuse of a rich man pressuring her…PLEASE like the rest of the Republican men, they only want it when it benefits them.

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  13. elisabed eale Post author

    Of corse not everyone is a Christian but if we get a say in this too .. why not say what we think ?

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  14. Anna Mrl Post author

    I am an atheist.. I don't get why people hate on the blond girl because she says her choice is because of her religion… Religion is a big part for some so is her reason… Your life can be very different if you was born in other country and other religion

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  15. darkhumphrey Post author

    Blacks were not considered human life not long ago in this country. Back then it was "not if it's on my own land." Now it's "not if it's in my body." Is it life or not, very simple, yet very similar to then.

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  16. Chico DePuertoRico Post author

    Most Pro-lifers argument: I had an abortion and felt super super guilty about doing it so I'm going to push for others to consider my feelings about my experience… Sounds legit. Do they really really ignore the fact that some women end up pregnant due to rape and incest? WTF, y'all, come on!

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  17. Alex Post author

    I know this is a super old video but I'm wondering what would pro-life folks say about people who are pregnant because of rape
    Edit: oh I see there's a newer video, gotta watch it

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  18. Deecy P Post author

    Dead people have choice over their organs. You guys want to give a grown woman not only less rights than an unborn baby but also than a DEAD CORPSE? Okay wow

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  19. The Aquarian Sib Post author

    I don’t think that other people should be able to make decisions about your life. Like let’s say you are having a kid but you aren’t ready or aren’t financially ready etc. Then you should do what your gut tells you to do, and we shouldn’t be forced to have a life that we know we can’t take care of.

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  20. vibe 5 Post author

    "it's their decision" so if I decide to start murdering people that annoy me, then that's MY DECISION as well? I don't understand that argument.

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  21. Angela Armstrong-Ingram Post author

    9 months of being imprisoned and body held captive with risk of tearing apart your body is kinda a big deal

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  22. sgcl10658 Post author

    Sometimes things are not black and white. Both sides will bring examples to prove their point like trans in sports and bathrooms. There are rape victims who should get her abortions, otherwise it will cause more suffering to her, or teens who are raised in conservative families will seek dangerous underground abortions. However, there are careless irresponsible women who do that out of convenience or to hurt the fathers. The liberals argue it's her body, it's her decision. But the conservatives argue if a person kills a pregnant lady, that person will be charged with double homicides so why is the baby not considered a life if he/she gets killed by his/her own mother?

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  23. Hannah Merrick Post author

    First off, religious beliefs should be out of the conversation. This is a legal topic and not everyone believes or has the same ideals as everyone else. Assuming so or attempting to make that so is a COMPLETELY different conversation. Second, pro-choice does NOT mean pro-abortion. Pro-choice supports and defends the right of a woman to make a personal choice for HERSELF and her body. And what frustrates me is that so many pro-life people genuinely believe that they actually have the right to an opinion about what a woman does with her body. IT DOES NOT AFFECT YOU. AT ALL. IT IS NOT YOUR LIFE. You may not personally want to have an abortion, but no one should be allowed to take that decision away from someone else.
    Third, let's say a child has a disease and needs a bone marrow transplant. The only person with the ability to provide this bone marrow is a woman. Without this bone marrow, the child will die. There are laws preventing, in fact, the CONSTITUTION prevents the government from legally forcing the woman to give this child her bone marrow. But no one talks about this. No one is saying that it's murder if the child dies. A womb is the same situation. A woman's uterus is an organ, A BODY PART, that provides life. The woman and only the woman herself should be allowed to make the decision to utilize or not. However you would like to define it, the same rules still apply. The situation is the same.
    Fourth, If you want to talk about murder and how the children who are aborted COULD have had a good life and COULD have positively affected the world in some way, (like discovering the cure for cancer or some other monumental addition to the world) let's talk about all the children in the screwed up hell hole of a foster care system that we have who COULD have cured cancer, but destroy themselves with drugs and alcohol to cope with the trauma of their childhoods; The immigrant children at the border who COULD have significantly benefitted society, but are ripped away from their families and most often end up dead or severely traumatized. Let's talk about the teenagers who MIGHT have found the solution to homelessness, but commit suicide because they are bullied or are being abused every day and no one cares enough to help.
    Let's talk about all the mothers who COULD have cured cancer, but are too busy living off of food stamps and working twelve-hour shifts to go to medical school because they have to provide for the child they were forced to keep at sixteen because they, too, were children and made a mistake. They weren't responsible enough or financially/emotionally prepared to take care of a child.
    To have the opinion and to make the argument that the aborted fetuses COULD have done something to solve problems in our world today is ignorant, not to mention selfish in its own right. Instead of focusing on hypotheticals, let's focus on how we can respect the choices that women make and the rights that women have over their bodies. Let's focus on loving and having compassion for the lives that already exist, instead of judging and criticizing their personal decisions.
    Let's focus on fixing the thousands of other issues that affect so many people and might eventually begin to affect everyone.
    Because after all, I GUARANTEE that you wouldn't want your own rights taken away from you if the situation was your own.
    So get out of your own opinions, LISTEN to people, and have some compassion because it goes a long way.

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  24. aryana johnson Post author

    church and state are separated for a reason!!! you cannot use religion to justify your pro life argument!!! i don't even understand how this is an issue! someone please give me a non-religious anti-abortion argument!!!

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  25. Alisa Marks Post author

    I’m pro life, but we need to fix our foster system first before we do anything about abortions.

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  26. Andrisha Sha Post author

    There's a simple answer to this problem . Use a condom !!!!!!! If u don't wanna have kids use protection how many damn times do they teach it in school .as for rape cases I feel you should do what YOUR religion teaches you and but if u don't have one get one!!!

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  27. Andrisha Sha Post author

    Don't need middle ground need a solution to the problem your opinion is ur opinion but it won't solve the problem by trying to find something to agree on by using protection and lowering crime rates (rape) we can move on and there won't be unwanted children

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  28. xheartbreak_hotel Post author

    “If that’s a human being then my tonsils are human beings.” Does your tonsils have their own blood type and heart beat? That’s mad bro you should probably tell someone about that. Maybe they’ll tear them out limb by limb for you.

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  29. Frisbee 'n' Cookies Post author

    Is the 15 seconds all that grown adults can handle before devolving into a flock of bickering chickens squabbling over nothing at all?
    Get rid of the rotten thing!
    And it's quite obvious that Blondie doesn't really read her bible too much as in the Old Testament there's a method in there for abortion mostly performed for unfaithfulness.
    There's also a part where it says that an unborn is only water until a certain amount of time in the womb and it has no soul until it takes its first breath.

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  30. Dayzia Colflesh Post author

    I believe if it was our body, our choice, women who wanted to conceive, could conceive when they wanted to and decided to. It’s bigger than us, and it isn’t our choice ultimately.

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  31. wonwoosh Post author

    the thing about pro-choice is that you're giving women the choice to have an abortion or to not, it's not "evERy WoMen Has TO geT aN AbORtIon" it's "what you decide for yourself is your decision" pro-life is you forcing a woman to go through nine painful years of carrying a child. pro-choice is giving a choice as it states.

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  32. noor charanek Post author

    if your not prepared for a child dont be doin ish that will cause it or u can use this amaxing thing apparently called PRO-TECTION

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  33. Eli z Post author

    5:25 well one can have a value for human life without Christianity. But without God and his moral standard , an atheist can never justify the reason for their morals. Atheists believe morality is subjective and that there is no absolute good and bad.

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  34. Eli z Post author

    Yo! If that old man has read the Bible and still feels that God wouldn't consider abortion murder then he is an an atheist.

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  35. Eli z Post author

    9:05 My family was dysfunctional for a long time. My parents weren't loving always. I had an abusive alcoholic father. But I am very happy I Live today. On what premise can you ever justify a child being killed because of the situation they'll be born into.

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  36. Steph Post author

    Pro-choice, but it would be great if people used multiple forms of birth control if they don't want to have a baby. When you have sex, there is ALWAYS the risk of having a child, and both the woman and the man involved need to understand that risk. I feel like so many people just assume they won't get pregnant and have sex without birth control. Please people, there are so many forms of birth control out there. Have fun, but be responsible and make good decisions.

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  37. Mr sHaRkZz - Amadeus Melodic Post author

    3:56 None of this women have had bras on! Oh I'm referring to the one to the far right

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  38. Violet Riley Post author

    “If I wasn’t Christian and if I didn’t believe what I believe…” Let me stop you right there

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  39. Isaac Montoya Post author

    Notice pro-choice getting riled up while the pro-life peeps are chilling, of course the guy is chillin too

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  40. Andjela 0808 Post author

    The Christian girl in the green shirt made me so sad. She seems like a really compassionate person at heart but so brainwashed, and looks like she's carrying a lot of pain.

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  41. Rowan A. Post author

    Just because you don’t like the choice you made, doesn’t mean you can take away it from everyone else .

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  42. Amy Sofia Post author

    I'm not gonna defend the rights of fetuses. Until it has a brain and a nervous system, it is just a clump of cells, a zygote, and fetus. It is not, and I cannot stress this enough, it is NOT a baby. The vast majority of abortions are done in the first few months of conception, not when the embryo has developed a brain and nerve cells. So no, I do not agree that abortion is murder by any sense of the term. If that's the case then disinfectant is murder.

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  43. Isse Mexfincano Post author

    Pro Life people believe that if the law gives the option to do it sanitarily and safely, pro choice people will take it up as a hobby. Everyone should keep their beliefs to themselves and stop imposing them on others, as long as they are not hurting people or society, it’s fine.

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  44. Ada's Artsy Corner Post author

    Kind of unrelated but, does anyone in the comments think men should have a say in abortions? Personally, I think if a man gets a woman pregnant, he should be able to have a say in what's going to happen but, it all matter what the woman thinks in the end. It's a messy situation because some people think women can have an abortion if she's not ready to have a child or doesn't have a stable life but, if the woman chooses to keep the child people believe that the father has to now take responsibility for the child even if they're not ready and if they don't they get known as the "dead beat father." This has been on my mind for a while so, tell me if you agree or disagree. No hate please.

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  45. aisha silzer Post author

    Could you guys make a jubilee Canada? I think that would be pretty cool to have something like things in Canada, I alsoI think doing something on the highway of tears/ missing and murdered indigenous women. I think that would be a great video. And many more things that happen here.

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  46. Kita Corn Post author

    I am pro-choice all the way. People should have a choice, not be forced to keep the baby. Like what if you were raped? Or have serious health problems? Or if you are not fit to raise a child? Or I you just don’t want a kid. Because if abortion is illegal, there’s going to be newborns in dumpsters, children abused and neglected, abandoned children, more child molestation, and foster care would be flooded with unwanted children. And I know abortion is harsh and tragic, but it’s better for a child to be safely out of this world than being neglected or hated for ruining the moms life or just abandoned.

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  47. Abby Wright Post author

    I don't really agree with the whole "It's their body not yours" thing. I feel like no matter what a baby is a person even before it's born… It's as if you literally killing the opportunity to give birth to the next president, or next anything, and if your worried you won't or can't raise it right put it up for adoption literally anything is better than killing it… I also don understand how you can take a creature that wants nothing more to live, and just decide for it life or death… big rant but just my two cents.

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  48. busybody1 Post author

    There's no common ground on abortion you idiots, you're either a mother or a selfish murdering piece of s***, pick one!!

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  49. Elle Michael Post author

    If the mother is sick and dying then treating them is NOT an abortion it is saving the mother's life. Otherwise I don't think it's okay.

    Everyone talks about eh choices for the mother but how about for the kid? They didn't choose to be born either but now that there is life, human development, let it live I don't know about you but if I would rather live no matter what. Human life is so valuable and it's our right to have it.

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  50. Ashley Froud Post author

    So the girl in the green doesn't believe in abortion because of her faith…. but she got pregnant by a man twice her age that "made" her had an abortion? So obviously she was engaging in premarital sex.

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  51. Madame Wills Post author

    MY opinion on abortion, or the "personhood" or worth of the fetus, is irrelevant, unless I am the one having an abortion. The only person who has any right to make the decision is the person who is pregnant. If you're not, STFU.

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  52. YouTube genius Genius Post author

    Abortion should be an option to everyone. If you don’t want one then DONT GET ONE!! if you do then do it just don’t go around having sex and getting a bunch of abortions

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  53. Commiesmacker 1996 Post author

    They should do can economic conservatives and social conservatives find common ground and economic liberals and social liberals find common ground

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  54. segregated double-u Post author

    Wait the girl in the grey and white striped shirt actually never said anything. Why did no one mention this. I wanted to hear what she had to say.

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  55. Paw Godoy Post author

    "I have a daughther, she is a year old and she is in heaven" unconfortable silence
    Umm weird flex but ok 😂

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  56. Beautifully Kayla Post author

    My mom is a Christian and she had 3 abortions because she was in an abusive relationship and didn’t want to bring a child into that environment. I am also a Christian myself and even I don’t feel like the “My religion” excuse is fair

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  57. Blu Post author

    I don’t understand do pro- life understand that as pro choice is defending both is you want to keep or not. We are fight do not tell me what to do if your not going to be there dealing with it. All they’re argument are their own issues guess what you deal with your own problems…why because only you know those variables.

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  58. robert speer Post author

    I was disappointed that they didn't ask the most important question:

    When does life begin?
    What do you guys on YouTube think?

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  59. FireBirdTheEpic Post author

    I know this is a tiny sample size but…. those people from the pro-choice stance are wayyyyyy smarter than their pro-life counterparts

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  60. Lashai Stanciel Post author

    Abortion is not an easy decision
    Giving your child up for adoption is not an easy decision raising your child in a broken home is not an easy lifestyle
    Regardless of what you choose as a woman it’s gone hurt and it will be difficult…
    And Men play a huge part in the decision making. Don’t no women wants to be a baby moma or raise kids alone. Or generation is fucked up. Men aren’t men and women are scared or lost!

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  61. Cai Post author

    Arguments based on religious beliefs are only effective to those who already believe in the same things you do. In a setting meant to bring together people of different beliefs and backgrounds, faith based arguments fall flat because of this.

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  62. Stephanie Lim Post author

    My first thoughts are when I heard of the planned parenthood legalising abortion is that, It is completely FUCKED UP! So I'm going to bring up their usely claims about " the rape victims" which is actually only consist of 2 out of 10 women. Main problem is if the mother is a raped victim shouldn't she be given a proper psychological healthcare first? At least six months of this session, because I know, i know I'm sure that ones this person had her mentality balanced somehow they'll immediately latched into their babies, it will help them open their eyes, the only light in your dreadful life. I know because I've seen this with my sister. Legalising abortion doesn't give them the answers because later on they'll have this guilt that will grow along the many mental illnesses they've been experiencing until the day that it will just eat them alive. I know how this mental disorder mess up with your life because I myself am a victim at an early age of 5 by my own cousin.

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  63. Madison Perez Post author

    I was waiting for someone from the pro choice side to mention how flooded the foster care system is and how unsuccessful as well as damaging it is to more children than not when that young blonde on the pro life side said what she said.

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  64. Chat Blog Post author

    5:05 but what if you’re not a Christian? Not everyone is a Christian, soooooo your point isn’t valid

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  65. Gia Naomi Post author

    I personally believe women should be in charge of women healthcare. I've heard so many pro-choicers say that pro-life men should not have a say in womens healthcare and I agree. But with that being said, pro-choice men should not have a say in womens healthcare as well. In my honest opinion, ONLY biological women should be involved and in control of womens healthcare. Men from all political and philosphical spectrums should stay out of it and the convo. So I was a bit disappointed to see a man being involved with this debate. Shame.

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