I also didn't read the graphic post as it was removed before I did (thankfully). But I have been asking for information as I have found it hard to get anything unbiased. I don't believe information needed to be conveyed in a graphic way. Headoverfeet and BigRedV posted very informative, yet brief posts which gave enough information
I am really sorry if my questioning led to anyone feeling they had to tell a story they weren't ready to share.
This is a topic no one wants to talk about. I feel very differently this evening to how I felt 24 hours ago. I now truly believe what goes on for other women is not my business. This is a tragedy. It's very unfortunate that one story in the paper about one couple's decision that no one agrees with could result in people forming harsh judgments on the majority of people for whom this is a wretched experience.
IMO censoring the details of how an abortion may occur is handicapping one side of the debate. As distressing as it may be to hear, if a person is not prepared to be informed about what an abortion actually involves, IMO they dont have the right to vote on the issue and they certainly dont have the right to tell the other side they are wrong.
You read it that way but nowhere did i say that "only pro choice find hearing about abortions upsetting". Clearly that is not the case and only an idiot would think that!
I was merely saying that just as ones who have had an abortion find it distressing to read, ones who are pro life (like im guessing cinderella is) may find it just as distressing.
Its distressing for all to read in summary.
Also as has been made clear again and again - there are several different procedures and this varies from state to state, clinic to clinic.
I can't find any reliable information online that states that we still carry out partial abortions in Australia, for those that believe we do what is your source?
Pregnant for the first-time?
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