Anonymous asked: I don't think "logic" is useful when you're trying to assess that abortion statement you just reblogged. In this case, it is a matter of opinion or preference. You obviously prefer abortion-at-will, whilst the other person values human life more. There is no "logic" that will get you anywhere, its all a matter of preference in this case.
Don’t fucking lecture me. Pro-life views are not “personal preference” when pro-lifers are trying to take the ability to have abortion on demand away from people.
Two - personal preference can involve logic. In fact, one tends to use some type of logic when developing their ~personal preferences~ whether that logic is sound or not, it’s a type of logic.
How can someone who “values life” so much turn right around and say it’s okay in cases of rape or incest or threatening the life of the mother turn around and say it’s not okay in cases of an unwanted pregnancy?
Because in that case, they are using a child as punishment for what they see as “irresponsible behavior”.
What’s fucking irresponsible is bringing a child into the world you are not ready or not capable or caring for.