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Only if the rules are not enforcing common sense and decency. Rules are in place to allow for people to do whatever they want as long as they are not hurting other people. However, the moment it goes past that and the laws say things like:
1) Black people should sit in the back of the bus and white people have front privileged
2) All waiters should be female.
3) Men are not allowed to use the washroom after 6 pm.
Then it is impinging on people's freedom. Freedom and less safety are correlated. In fact, I think that being too safe can obstruct both freedom and progress. More freedom should be given to people who contribute to society without hurting it. I think I might clarify this later.
Yeah. That is why people even follow the laws set by the government. Why should I follow laws if I don't even have the ability to feed myself? Why can't I take from you?
There are promises made by society in exchange for following the rules and doing certain things. For one, if I get an education and do well in school, I should earn more than the average non-educated person and get employed.
If I don't rape, murder and kill, I should be offered opportunities.
I shouldn't be judged on the basis or race, sex, or looks when it comes to employment. The minute that breaks down, you have no right to tell me to do anything.
Fuck your laws, ethics and safety. If you don't care about me, I do not owe you anything.
I think sex and virginity is overrated. I think it should be a pleasurable bonding experience. Most decent people that are together for a while before sleeping together are less likely to get a disease. Even sleeping around doesn't make u capable of getting a disease unless the girl is really really dirty.
Well, I am responsible for my actions, even when I am tired. Even if when I am tired I am not in a proper state of mind. While tired, if I get into a car accident, I am fully responsible for it since I wasn't in the proper state of mind. Why is it that a girl isn't responsible for her actions while intoxicated if she knowingly intoxicated herself.
With contraception and abortion being legal, woman are not obliged to get pregnant as a result of sex. It is their choice as to whether this occurs or not. A woman's body is ultimately hers. However, she should not be allowed to bind a man with obligation through a choice of hers.
No human has the right to using another person's body against their will. The same can be said about a fetus after 12 weeks of pregnancy. If it is in the woman, and she does not want it to grow in her, she has a RIGHT to have it taken out. It is her body.
Not murder, just removal. If God wants the child to survive, he'll find a way regardless of the fetus's removal.
I agree, in addition to this, I think a woman should have a choice of what grows in her body at all times. For example, if she had a parasite, isn't it reasonable for her to take medication to get rid of it?
I do not think pregnancy is that much different. A fetus shares a lot in common with a parasite.