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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinderella82 View Post
    ?? Overseas? I'm talking about aust. The US has outlawed partial birth. The point I was making was that once a baby is born, the dr is not allowed to actively take its life, otherwise it would legally be considered murder. These is only allowed to deny the baby any life saving treatment. Any measures to end the babies life MUST be done in utero. Via cardic injection before an induction, or a D & E if the woman does not want to birth the baby, or an intact d & r (or partial birth). How else do you propose a healthy viable foetus is able to be terminated? I know they are distressing. It is a horrible horrible thing that happens to our babies. And again this highlights that we would prefer to ignore and bury our head in te sand.
    I think you are making assumptions. Many people are aware of the various ways a fetus is terminated, they just choose to show a little sensitivity to the people on this forum that have been through this process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I think you are making assumptions. Many people are aware of the various ways a fetus is terminated, they just choose to show a little sensitivity to the people on this forum that have been through this process.
    I think Cindarella has been sensitive, yet honest (unless ive missed a post) and has been answering questions by other posters.

    Ive enjoyed reading her posts as another perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    I think Cindarella has been sensitive, yet honest (unless ive missed a post) and has been answering questions by other posters.

    Ive enjoyed reading her posts as another perspective.
    There was a post a couple days ago that was incredibly graphic and edited by moderators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    I think Cindarella has been sensitive, yet honest (unless ive missed a post) and has been answering questions by other posters.

    Ive enjoyed reading her posts as another perspective.
    We obviously have different definitions of sensitivity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirst33 View Post
    There was a post a couple days ago that was incredibly graphic and edited by moderators.
    Ah ok.

    I do think that its good to be informed as long as its accurate information and there is a warning for those who may find it distressing.

    Just as those who have had a termination might find it hard to read about them and hear differing viewpoints, those who are pro life for the same reasons also find hearing that others have had them and the details hard too.

    I guess it all depends on where you stand on the matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Ah ok.

    I do think that its good to be informed as long as its accurate information and there is a warning for those who may find it distressing.

    Just as those who have had a termination might find it hard to read about them and hear differing viewpoints, tho who are pro life for the same reasons also find hearing that others have had them and the details hard too.

    I guess it all depends on where you stand on the matter.
    I don't think it should matter where you stand. If the intent was to 'inform' a link could have been discretely left for people to follow themselves. Writing graphic descriptions here in this thread seemed like an opportunistic way to flout the general rules regarding this topic that exist elsewhere in the forum. I'm surprised it was allowed as long as it was.

    One of those cases where ones own agenda becomes more important than social decency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathermy View Post
    I don't think it should matter where you stand. If the intent was to 'inform' a link could have been discretely left for people to follow themselves. Writing graphic descriptions here in this thread seemed like an opportunistic way to flout the general rules regarding this topic that exist elsewhere in the forum. I'm surprised it was allowed as long as it was.

    One of those cases where ones own agenda becomes more important than social decency.
    I never seen any graphic post hence my above opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    I never seen any graphic post hence my above opinion
    You can't really make the judgement that only pro-choice would find it offensive then.

    I'm confident that it was upsetting no matter your beliefs on the topic.

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