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Yet God's final plague in Egypt killed the first born child simply because he was angry at the Pharaoh or when he was going to wipe out an entire city if Jonah didn't make them Christian. Yeah, ok he definitely has a soft spot for innocent and viable children and never ordered death. But continue to live in your fantasy.
You always prove to be a total waste of time to debate, because your bigoted hatred blinds the truth.
That line right there. That is rich coming from you 😂
Gone - a 7 book series by Michael Grant
It's a teen fiction book that is really well written. The words just capture you and the characters are really well thought out. The plot is great as well.
A Monster calls - Patrick Ness
Beautifully sad and dark story. Well written and really gets you attached the the characters. I love the psychological side to it, can really show people that kids have more complex minds than meets the eye.
A Natural History of Dragons - Marie Brennan
Different style of story. Very interesting writing style and the story is good. Written in the style of Memoires in a world where dragons exist. It's a great fantasy book.
I like a lot more books as well but these are my top choices.
Oh no of course, I wouldn't say a child is a disease. I'm more just saying that they both affect your health (different ways of course). So I don't think it would be too different.
Abortions although I agree with the choice, can have negative effects on mental health and sometimes physical due to side effects. I would see them both as preventative treatments so would say it would be fine for it to be a requirement.
Making it a law that women have to have one of these is wrong. If they CHOOSE to that's one thing but making it so that they are forced to insert that in their body to be following the law is wrong.
As long as there are no negative effects it's really not that bad especially with what it can prevent. It's not that different from Australia's law that you have to get your kids injections.