Originally posted by txinfidel
Limiting abortions to 20 weeks is extreme?
Lol im sure if this happens all abortion clinics will be promptly shut down.
Drama queen much?
Confiscating tampons and sanitary pads? That's nuts. I'm hoping they don't mean ones that are actually being used
but ones that are in handbags
Even so, it's a weird thing to confiscate...words and voices tend to make a MUCH bigger impact than a thrown piece of cotton wadding anyway, so i
suppose start to worry when they make it compulsory that everyone who attends has to wear a Gimp ball-gag...(Second thoughts..let's not give them
As for a 20 week abortion limit? Is that what this supposedly 'rammed through the back door policy is' (that didn't sound right at all!)
I don't see a problem with that. If you don't know you're preggers after 5 MONTHS out of a 9 month pregnancy, there's something very wrong with
5 Months to make a choice is a LONG time, and let's face it, at 5 months development, the grey line between a fetus and a baby is very thin line. It's
more a baby by then rather than just a collection of dividing cells (which don't forget, we generally don't worry about shedding during menstruation
for Women and masturbation in the case of Men) as an early fetus would be.
But searching for tampons and pads? Come on..that's just ridiculous.
Just saw member MrInquisitive's post above (should have read thread through first)
What are you talking about? This isn't about late-term abortion. This is about closing down most health care clinics in Texas offering abortion
I didn't realise this was the deal, thought it was about imposing a 5 month time limit on abortions, not closing down clinics.
This is completely different. Close down access to abortion services, you create a back street and very dangerous cottage industry catering for
desperate Women...many Women have died and been seriously injured using back street abortionists.
If Texas wants to cut down on unwanted pregnancies, design a better more effective sex education policy, not only Sex education, but focus on sexual
health education and contraceptions options. Give more access to morning after options and so on.
edit on 13-7-2013 by MysterX because: added text