one of our bards: I run into the cave!!!
bard: … but slowly.
monk: … D-do you mean walking?
bard: ….. maybe???
- Neptune: Hey there, snow angel.
- Weiss: For someone who’s 70% water you don’t look very refreshing.
- Yang: BURNNNN!
- Blake: Water cannot be burned.
- Yang: EVAPORATEEE!
Every time I talk to a pro-choicer , they always say that women would be forced to be pregnant if abortion is not available. But, They disregard the many chooses that they had before pregnancy. Women have many means of controlling when and how they get pregnant. Women do not have sex and only have abortion to fall back on. While being pregnant may narrow options women had the choice to not get to that spot. Once the life a child is created , with this many options, why should any one have the right to kill the child. Even though pregnancy is not easy and is 9 months, they had 20+ decisions that they choose to give them that result. A child should at least have the one choice to live.
1. You assume everyone has the same amount of education of and opportunity to use contraceptives. They don’t. 8% oh people who get abortions are uneducated on sex ed or unable to obtain contraceptives. Remember, many states don’t have comprehensive sex ed and many more have abstinence only sex ed.
2. No method is 100%, not even sterilization. Even abstinence isn’t fool proof with the amount of sexual assault in this country.
3. It’s not a child, it’s a fetus.
That is one confusing ass chart.
This chart reads like “GET ALL THE BIRTH CONTROL!” and the funny thing is because there is no indication where to go you can still score “pregnant” even if you go through every contraception listed there. You know, just like in real life. Also, this chart is bullshit because it doesn’t even take into account how high the failure rates are for each birth control, what they cost, how easy they are to obtain and what health risks they hold for different people, so it’s practically useless.
Also, “most likely not pregnant” is glorious wording. What’s with the people who end up “most likely not pregnant” but are the 1 in 100 who are pregnant after all? I guess it’s their own fault being the 1%
They also talk about your “20+ options” as if you should be using them all at once or something. Birth control can’t fail if you’re using 20 methods at once! Right?
It would be absolutely glorious if not getting pregnant was as easy as “making one decision” that would be 100% effective with no side effects and no cost, but it isn’t. This person seems to have very little understanding of what they are debating.
A LOT of pro-lifers despise the idea of children being taught about birth control because it conflicts with their religious values. If a person is raised to believe abstinence is the only option and is fearful/uneducated when it comes to other birth control methods, accidents will happen! Fact. If you want less abortions, actually teach your kids about safe sex and do your job as a parent properly.
#are you having fun over there #being gingers #your little ginger club #well good for you #just be ginger I don’t care #I didn’t want to be ginger anyway #hhahahahaaha #no really why am I not a ginger yet #it’s been eleven regenerations already #come on
could you imagine if he met the weasleys
omg I’d imagine he’d set fire to their home HOW DO YOU LIKE BEING GINGER NOW