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Do Transgender Women Have a ‘Right to Gestate’?

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posted on Nov, 13 2021 @ 06:42 PM
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You need to take wombs from somewhere, and the manipulation and risks to the fetus are morally corrupt. I have far too many butch friends with dysphoria, who would be pushed into hysterectormies they do not need, that will hurt them, in order to supply the wombs for this evil escapade. a reply to: Terpene



posted on Nov, 13 2021 @ 06:46 PM
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a reply to: Terpene

Because a bunch of biological males are saying they have a right to have a womb and experience carrying and popping out a baby - a right to it.

In order for us to even think that could occur, they have to actually have a womb. That means some woman somewhere has to lose hers. Then you have to consider the implications to a baby of being carried in an implanted womb that is only maintained inside its donor through intensive medical intervention. I'm sure that will all come out well, right?

At what point, do we think anyone has the right to someone else's organs and the right to possibly saddle an unborn human being with who knows what kind of long-term issues, just to grant them a supposed right?



posted on Nov, 15 2021 @ 12:07 AM
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a reply to: ketsuko

Yeah emancipation can go a long way and isn't always beneficial for both... That's life


You make it sound like there will be womb harvesters on every street corner stealing your womanly organs, again if the donor is fine with it, it does not affect me. Could it have a devastating effect on society? sure.. but we went ahead with nuclear energy too... Soooo I will need popcorn for the coming 20 years



posted on Nov, 15 2021 @ 06:28 AM
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a reply to: ketsuko

This was exactly my point, I agree a lot. Even if possible for a healthy baby to develop, there would still be unnecessary complications. What about feeding the baby, I think every newborn has a right to be fed with the natural food nature has provided a way for. If possible, sometimes it does not work, like after caesarian birth.

Then there is the strong impression, same as you pointed out, what about AFTER the pregnancy? Too much fixiation on the pregnant part and "I want/have a right to this". What about a stable family for the new born?

It's just nonsense, wrong on so many levels.




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