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01-05-2013 17:40 #361
01-05-2013 17:40 #362
These are just my personal views. I've no doubt many will poke various holes in them.
01-05-2013 17:41 #363
01-05-2013 17:46 #364
HOF there was an post a few pages back about areas where bodily autonomy isn't absolute. You should find it if you read back.
01-05-2013 17:49 #365
01-05-2013 17:52 #366
01-05-2013 18:29 #367
01-05-2013 18:31 #368Senior Member
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Wow, interesting thread. I guess I am pro-life. Please don't write me off as judgemental though, I honestly do feel tremendously for anyone who felt it necessary to have an abortion for whatever reason.
01-05-2013 18:35 #369
Don't get me wrong, I support flexibility. But I don't believe it's true that we don't have bodily autonomy in regards to this subject. They are pretty easy to get even into the 2nd tri.
01-05-2013 18:43 #370
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