posted on Mar, 11 2004 @ 08:47 PM
I'm pro-life only when the damn thing is fully developed. Other than that, I could care less. "Oh my god, I'm going to have a scar, I may as well
not take and use the advice of others and let one or both of my children die!" Jesus Christ, what do I choose? I could have both my babies, alive
and well, by c-section, have a scar, but I'll have the love (hopefully) of both my children for the rest of my life. And hey, maybe I could have
some plastic surgery down the road to remove this "unsightly" scar from my abdomen.
Nope, I won't do that, I'd rather go natural and be a hypocrite (because natural is much more taxing on a body - physically) and not listen to the
advice of others, maybe lose one or both my children, but hey, my stomach won't have an "unsightly" scar on it! Makes a lot of sense John Nada.
If she didn't want the children, she should have never gotten pregnant in the first place. Women should know the consequences of getting pregnant
and letting the babies come to full-term - the risks are ever abundant in this day and age. The c-section is there to prevent things like this.
Anyways, sure, it's her descision, but, if she didn't want the children she could have put them up for adoption - there are lots of caring people
who can't make children of their own. And she could have gotten money for it to - to pay for the plastic surgery required to remove her "scar."
That is, if she had gone through with the c-section. But, that's just an IF. Who am I to judge though? This topic was just put up to breed
[Edited on 3-11-2004 by EmbryonicEssence]