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BPLM Pro-Choice Protest 5 by MetalShadowOverlord BPLM Pro-Choice Protest 5 by MetalShadowOverlord
Pro-choice protesters at the Boston Massachusetts March For Life.
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wolfplanet102 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011  Student General Artist
I hate when someone's says 'I'm pro-life, but if a women gets raped, I think she should have an abortion.' You cannot be pro-life and say that. Also, being raped and becoming pregnant is 1 in a 5million chance. I know that it's possible, but, she'll go through more pain.
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2011
The people who use rape as a means of excusing abortion usually exaggerate it. The most current studies (Or, at least, the ones I've found, which go up to 2008) have shown that rape victims account for less than 2% of abortions while 74% of abortions are done because the baby would be inconvenient. Go figure?
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wolfplanet102 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2011  Student General Artist
The one in the middle should say: Life=freedom.
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2011
Well, they're obsessed with being pro-abor....I mean, pro-choice. If having a choice equates to freedom, then I'm simply expressing my freedom of choice to not be pro-abor...pro-choice. Man, I gotta watch those Freudian slips. I'll get into trouble one of these days if I done.
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Kell0x Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010  Student General Artist
Wow you really think sex education is a bad idea? 0_o sorry to say but you do know in places where they teach ABSTINENCE there are more unwanted pregnancies then in places where they teach sex education right? Just saying
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010
Wait, what? Um, I only...took the picture. ._.;
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Kell0x Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010  Student General Artist
You agreed with a someone who commented here that Sex education is wrong and only abstinence should be taught. :)

You want to know why here were so many underground secret abortions in the 50's ? because girls were told they wouldn't get pregnant if they did it for the first time or if they had sex under water. Sex education had proven to show lower teenager unwanted pregnancies plus it also really helps people about the dangers of std's. :nod:
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010
Oh, that's it. I thought...nevermind. Now that we have that cleared up...

"because girls were told they wouldn't get pregnant if they did it for the first time or if they had sex under water."

That's not exactly teaching abstinence, but that's more or less beside the point.

"You agreed with a someone who commented here that Sex education is wrong and only abstinence should be taught."

I probably should have pointed out that I agreed with what she said about abstinence preventing abortion. I mean, regardless if people fail at it, abstinence, by it's definition, is a 100% success rate in not getting pregnant. I mean, you can't have children if you don't have sex.

Sex Ed has become such a part of the school curriculum that I wouldn't be able to remove it if I wanted to (assuming I had the power to do so). I just personally feel that sex ed should be taught at home by the parents.
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Kell0x Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010  Student General Artist
That's not exactly teaching abstinence, but that's more or less beside the point.

Dude you didn't get my point people didn't listen to abstinence and they still don't they believe their teenage friends and boyfriends.

I probably should have pointed out that I agreed with what she said about abstinence preventing abortion. I mean, regardless if people fail at it, abstinence, by it's definition, is a 100% success rate in not getting pregnant. I mean, you can't have children if you don't have sex.

dude again in paper it looks great but in reality it doesn't most states in your country that teach abstinence have a high rate of sexuality actively and teenage pregnancies, look it up. AND in states where they each sex education it shows a decline in unwanted pregnancies std's and high sexual activity. Tell me why would you support a program that has proving to do the quite opposite from its goal? not only that many abstinence programs teach the wrong things such as that oral sex doesn't invole high risk of an std not only is that stupid its dangerous!


I just personally feel that sex ed should be taught at home by the parents.

While I agree with this there is to many problems
1 : not everyone has parents or parents and caretakers that is willing to help them with this.
2: I am afraid many religious parents will teach their children they learn everything in their wedding night and thats about it.
I have nothing against people who support abstince because it works for them I just don't feel comfortable how people could support a program that has proven not to work at all and not to mention the fact that not everyone wants to get married.
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MetalShadowOverlord Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2010
"dude again in paper it looks great but in reality it doesn't"

I know that. It's human nature. :shrug: It's like telling people not to sin. (Assuming you're Christian)
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