When will "prolifers" admit that they are really just forced birthers?
Since we've lacked real discussion on this topic for a while, why not start some here.
Life begins at conception. Fact. Babies have a right to life.
Maybe so. But up until birth, the baby is fully dependent upon the mother to survive. If the mother were not present, the fetus would not have the ability to develop into a full human life. A right to life does not give the right to use someone else's life.
A fetus is just as alive as sperm, or egg, a single skin cell of a human, or a whole human, sure. But only one of the things I listed is protected and treated as human in our society. "Life" is not inherent to a right to survive at the expense of someone else.
Except they aren't, and you do know that.
A pro-choice individual doesn't believe a fetus is a person, and thus isn't "pro killing innocent human beings".
Pro-lifers, on the other hand, do legitimately believe that a woman should be forced to give birth to a fetus even if she doesn't want it. If you believe that is a good thing then that is fine, but don't try to dishonestly deflect.
Prochoice isnot proabortion or prokilling. Prochoicers believe that a women has the right to choose parenting, adoption, abortion, and contraception. Life begins when the baby has brainwaves. Brainwaves are how you tell if someone is alive. The zygote is not a sentient person with brainwaves. It is the strawman fallacy to say that prochoice people favor death.
Pro-lifers as forced birthers? Interesting concept, but quite rude to the tongue. This would unfairly group people in this category you have created. Some pro-lifers only wish for people to not have abortions if the baby was just born from unprotected sex or a man's condom broke. Some pro-lifers would say abortion may be a better decision if the mother, father, and/or both, are not prepared for a baby at all. Rape is also another issue.
Well, in all of those cases, anyone who is against abortions is still someone who is in favor of forcing women to give birth to a child when they don't want to, just only through specific circumstances. But referring to those people as 'forced birthers' is still accurate to their position.
I think they are because they don't want to share any of the responsibility of bringing an unwanted child into the world. I am pro-choice because I believe abortion is a medical procedure and should be between a woman and her doctor. Abortion was only illegal in the USA for seventy years. Before that women routinely had abortions, by doctors if they were wealthy enough, or by midwives if they weren't. A lot of abortions were self administered and many women died because of that. What we need is better birth control and better education about birth control. Then, the need for abortion would disappear. No one should be forced to have a child they don't want, can't afford or, especially, because of someone else's religious convictions.