60K Raised for Planned Parenthood.

RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 632
edited March 20 in A Moving Train
How many women in the world never had the chance to even exist, as a result of Planned Parenthood? Hmmmm?
This could be a race thing too.
How many blacks have been aborted?
How many Reds have been aborted?
How many yellows have been aborted?
How many whites have been aborted?
Gender?
How many boys have been aborted?
Funded by Planned Parenthood?
Aborted fetus body parts sold regularly on the baby Parts Market.
The t-shirts look cool.
Women are wonderful, they do things that men can not do. A day without women is no doubt a bad day. But with so many abortions, many of wich had to have been girls. With them gone and no chance to live; do we really care about women? Do we really care about life?
Planed Parenthood does more than just perform abortions. But not much else.

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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 13,399
    you are aware they exist for more than abortion right? that because of their other more fundamental work, women are able to make choices for their lives that make an abortion an unlikely decision?
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  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 632
    edited March 20
    Just thought we should have the discussion.
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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 18,262
    I don't know you and give not a shit about popularity (really, what value does that even hold?) but I'm wondering what "yellows" and "reds" and all of that mean.

    WHERE IN THE SPECTRUM DO I FALL?

    I need to know.

    And what the fuck does this mean?
    Aborted fetus body parts sold regularly on the baby Parts Market.

    I hope you realize many women have lost their lives by attempting to give themselves abortions because they were illegal or unavailable.

    Sorry to have taken such toxic bait from you but...comes a time to say fuck it. Not "blasting" you, but I can't imagine harboring that level of hate.

    (I wish telling someone "fuck you" on this site wouldn't get me banned - it'd feel great to do so - but, I shall refrain from saying it and allow my thinking it to suffice)
  • unsungunsung Posts: 7,736
    mickeyrat said:

    you are aware they exist for more than abortion right? that because of their other more fundamental work, women are able to make choices for their lives that make an abortion an unlikely decision?

    Except planning parenthood.
  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,250
    unsung said:

    mickeyrat said:

    you are aware they exist for more than abortion right? that because of their other more fundamental work, women are able to make choices for their lives that make an abortion an unlikely decision?

    Except planning parenthood.
    They provide a fuck ton more contraceptives than abortions, obviously.
    That's literally the definition of planning parenthood.
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  • dignindignin Posts: 5,198
    Don't drink and post kids.
  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 16,866
    edited March 18
    Whoa this is like one of president bafoon's tweets uninformed & erratic ...
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  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 16,866
    unsung said:

    mickeyrat said:

    you are aware they exist for more than abortion right? that because of their other more fundamental work, women are able to make choices for their lives that make an abortion an unlikely decision?

    Except planning parenthood.
    Uhmm ok
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  • Kev - Coat and KeysKev - Coat and Keys EarthPosts: 227
    Are there studies on people having abortions when young and how many kids they end up with later?
    I would think there would be plenty of situations where people want to wait for better circumstances to have their children (you know to be better for a kid) and they still end up with their 2.5 kids and the population is what is would be.
    Which also sounds like planning things.
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    Mmm Hmm. Sure.

    As for your 'last post'... you need to do some more thinking, man.

    If a teen makes a teen mistake and gets pregnant... and she doesn't want the child... then scraping out some goo before any significant development occurs and relieving her of that burden is a solid move.

    Rape? Incest?

    You knew you'd get blasted because you blurted something outrageous to an intelligent community that isn't overwhelmed by the brainwashing sessions you attend every Sunday. Break free, man. Think for yourself.
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 12,732

    Are there studies on people having abortions when young and how many kids they end up with later?
    I would think there would be plenty of situations where people want to wait for better circumstances to have their children (you know to be better for a kid) and they still end up with their 2.5 kids and the population is what is would be.
    Which also sounds like planning things.

    Excellent point
  • PJfanwillneverleave1PJfanwillneverleave1 Posts: 12,885
    edited March 19
    RYME said:

    Women are wonderful, they do things that men can not do. A day without women is no doubt a bad day.

    I hear ya man. That day without women march really affected me.
    I came home from work to a house full of dirty dishes and no supper.
    It was horrifying. I vow this day forward to always include women in my life.
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 12,732

    RYME said:

    Women are wonderful, they do things that men can not do. A day without women is no doubt a bad day.

    I hear ya man. That day without women march really affected me.
    I came home from work to a house full of dirty dishes and no supper.
    It was horrifying. I vow this day forward to always include women in my life.
    I'm sure that's all your mother was good for, cooking and cleaning?
  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 1,319
    One abortion is one too many.

    Im not against PP as a whole, they do offer a lot of great services.

    End abortion, not life.
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 12,732

    One abortion is one too many.

    Im not against PP as a whole, they do offer a lot of great services.

    End abortion, not life.

    Are you anti death penalty as well?
  • BentleyspopBentleyspop Craft Beer Brewery, ColoradoPosts: 3,900

    One abortion is one too many.

    Im not against PP as a whole, they do offer a lot of great services.

    End abortion, not life.

    Abortions will never go away
    Legal healthy abortions maybe
    But never abortions
  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 1,319
    my2hands said:

    One abortion is one too many.

    Im not against PP as a whole, they do offer a lot of great services.

    End abortion, not life.

    Are you anti death penalty as well?
    Yes I am. A persons life should not be decided by someone else unless they are in danger or protecting someone elses well being (military, home invasion, cops, etc)

    Took me a while to come around on this and even still its hard for me to acknowledge and accept, but in this same line of thinking, if the child puts the mothers life in serious danger, then an abortion should be an option.

    I say end abortions though because the number of situations where the mothers life is at risk is really low (basing this off an article I read, will try to find it), so I think the rhetoric needs to continue to be ending abortion for any other reason
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  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 1,319

    One abortion is one too many.

    Im not against PP as a whole, they do offer a lot of great services.

    End abortion, not life.

    Abortions will never go away
    Legal healthy abortions maybe
    But never abortions
    And I think education on options needs to be increased without girls/women thinking (maybe even hoping) thats the only way.

    My Dad would not be here today (neither would I) if his birth mother, who was 16 at the time, did not decide to go through with the pregnancy knowing she would put him up for adoption immediately. That takes a lot of courage and strength at that age to go through and I wish that many many more people would decide to go with that option. Even if my dad would have been put in an orphanage, at least he still would have had the chance to live and marry and have me and be the great man he is.

    I will never be able to comprehend that there is an option to purposefully kill a human life developing inside of you. You can get into all of the development stages and say it isnt technically a baby and all of that at certain stages as much as you want, but the fact of the matter is, there is a baby developing inside of you that deserves every chance in the world to live.
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,250

    One abortion is one too many.

    Im not against PP as a whole, they do offer a lot of great services.

    End abortion, not life.

    Abortions will never go away
    Legal healthy abortions maybe
    But never abortions
    And I think education on options needs to be increased without girls/women thinking (maybe even hoping) thats the only way.

    My Dad would not be here today (neither would I) if his birth mother, who was 16 at the time, did not decide to go through with the pregnancy knowing she would put him up for adoption immediately. That takes a lot of courage and strength at that age to go through and I wish that many many more people would decide to go with that option. Even if my dad would have been put in an orphanage, at least he still would have had the chance to live and marry and have me and be the great man he is.

    I will never be able to comprehend that there is an option to purposefully kill a human life developing inside of you. You can get into all of the development stages and say it isnt technically a baby and all of that at certain stages as much as you want, but the fact of the matter is, there is a baby developing inside of you that deserves every chance in the world to live.
    Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby.
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  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 1,319
    edited March 19
    "Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby"

    I fully intend to adopt. And I wish more people would be open to it to. Usually the response to not adopting is it is too expensive. That should be fixed.


    Edit - if it is inconclvenient to you from a monetary standpoint, it is cool to kill a baby?
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,250

    "Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby"

    I fully intend to adopt. And I wish more people would be open to it to. Usually the response to not adopting is it is too expensive. That should be fixed.


    Edit - if it is inconclvenient to you from a monetary standpoint, it is cool to kill a baby?

    If it is inconvenient to you to understand embryology, should you have an opinion on the matter?
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  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 1,319
    edited March 19
    rgambs said:

    "Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby"

    I fully intend to adopt. And I wish more people would be open to it to. Usually the response to not adopting is it is too expensive. That should be fixed.


    Edit - if it is inconclvenient to you from a monetary standpoint, it is cool to kill a baby?

    If it is inconvenient to you to understand embryology, should you have an opinion on the matter?
    What makes you think I dont understand it?

    Because I am pro-life I dont understand science? I acknowledged that anyone can get into embryology and all the science they want. Like I said, there is a baby forminginside regardless of what you want to label it as
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,250

    rgambs said:

    "Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby"

    I fully intend to adopt. And I wish more people would be open to it to. Usually the response to not adopting is it is too expensive. That should be fixed.


    Edit - if it is inconclvenient to you from a monetary standpoint, it is cool to kill a baby?

    If it is inconvenient to you to understand embryology, should you have an opinion on the matter?
    What makes you think I dont understand it?
    You dismissed the technical aspects of fetal development and persist in using the term "baby" which is inaccurate and disingenuous.
    You are free to believe that a fetus should not be aborted, but when you use the improper terms, you align yourselves with a crowd that cherishes it's ignorance.
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  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 1,319
    rgambs said:

    rgambs said:

    "Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby"

    I fully intend to adopt. And I wish more people would be open to it to. Usually the response to not adopting is it is too expensive. That should be fixed.


    Edit - if it is inconclvenient to you from a monetary standpoint, it is cool to kill a baby?

    If it is inconvenient to you to understand embryology, should you have an opinion on the matter?
    What makes you think I dont understand it?
    You dismissed the technical aspects of fetal development and persist in using the term "baby" which is inaccurate and disingenuous.
    You are free to believe that a fetus should not be aborted, but when you use the improper terms, you align yourselves with a crowd that cherishes it's ignorance.
    I will always use the term baby instead of embryo or cell, not because I dont understand the science, but by doing so it aligns the psychological part of an abortion to realize what it is you are choosing to do by aborting. Labeling it as anything else causes a disconnect and normalizes the act
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,250

    rgambs said:

    rgambs said:

    "Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby"

    I fully intend to adopt. And I wish more people would be open to it to. Usually the response to not adopting is it is too expensive. That should be fixed.


    Edit - if it is inconclvenient to you from a monetary standpoint, it is cool to kill a baby?

    If it is inconvenient to you to understand embryology, should you have an opinion on the matter?
    What makes you think I dont understand it?
    You dismissed the technical aspects of fetal development and persist in using the term "baby" which is inaccurate and disingenuous.
    You are free to believe that a fetus should not be aborted, but when you use the improper terms, you align yourselves with a crowd that cherishes it's ignorance.
    I will always use the term baby instead of embryo or cell, not because I dont understand the science, but by doing so it aligns the psychological part of an abortion to realize what it is you are choosing to do by aborting. Labeling it as anything else causes a disconnect and normalizes the act
    An embryo is not a fetus and a fetus is not a baby.
    Is a baby an adult?
    Labels are functions of distinction, and they matter.

    When you choose to use terms you know to be incorrect for psychologic effect you are normalizing irrationality. It's hard to change people's minds from an admittedly biased viewpoint.
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,250
    Doing so also admits the weakness of your position, if you have to use admitted falsehoods to counter truths, you are already losing the debate.
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  • drakeheuer14drakeheuer14 Posts: 1,319
    rgambs said:

    rgambs said:

    rgambs said:

    "Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby"

    I fully intend to adopt. And I wish more people would be open to it to. Usually the response to not adopting is it is too expensive. That should be fixed.


    Edit - if it is inconclvenient to you from a monetary standpoint, it is cool to kill a baby?

    If it is inconvenient to you to understand embryology, should you have an opinion on the matter?
    What makes you think I dont understand it?
    You dismissed the technical aspects of fetal development and persist in using the term "baby" which is inaccurate and disingenuous.
    You are free to believe that a fetus should not be aborted, but when you use the improper terms, you align yourselves with a crowd that cherishes it's ignorance.
    I will always use the term baby instead of embryo or cell, not because I dont understand the science, but by doing so it aligns the psychological part of an abortion to realize what it is you are choosing to do by aborting. Labeling it as anything else causes a disconnect and normalizes the act
    An embryo is not a fetus and a fetus is not a baby.
    Is a baby an adult?
    Labels are functions of distinction, and they matter.

    When you choose to use terms you know to be incorrect for psychologic effect you are normalizing irrationality. It's hard to change people's minds from an admittedly biased viewpoint.

    Im not disagreeing with your first sentence. Again, as I have said, the fact of the matter is that a baby is developing. You are right, I should be more clear in my terminology so i will now say "developing into a baby" instead of just "baby." I believe everyone should be informed about the science and psychological effects that go along with abortion. I wasn't proposing that people should be brainwashed by any means.

    I respect your opinion on the matter, changing your mind is not my goal. But hopefully i will be able to positively change the mind of at least one female going through this dilemma in my lifetime through moral support or however possible.
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 9,250

    rgambs said:

    rgambs said:

    rgambs said:

    "Sure, as long as "you", ie someone else, is willing to sacrifice of themselves to create and sustain that baby"

    I fully intend to adopt. And I wish more people would be open to it to. Usually the response to not adopting is it is too expensive. That should be fixed.


    Edit - if it is inconclvenient to you from a monetary standpoint, it is cool to kill a baby?

    If it is inconvenient to you to understand embryology, should you have an opinion on the matter?
    What makes you think I dont understand it?
    You dismissed the technical aspects of fetal development and persist in using the term "baby" which is inaccurate and disingenuous.
    You are free to believe that a fetus should not be aborted, but when you use the improper terms, you align yourselves with a crowd that cherishes it's ignorance.
    I will always use the term baby instead of embryo or cell, not because I dont understand the science, but by doing so it aligns the psychological part of an abortion to realize what it is you are choosing to do by aborting. Labeling it as anything else causes a disconnect and normalizes the act
    An embryo is not a fetus and a fetus is not a baby.
    Is a baby an adult?
    Labels are functions of distinction, and they matter.

    When you choose to use terms you know to be incorrect for psychologic effect you are normalizing irrationality. It's hard to change people's minds from an admittedly biased viewpoint.

    Im not disagreeing with your first sentence. Again, as I have said, the fact of the matter is that a baby is developing. You are right, I should be more clear in my terminology so i will now say "developing into a baby" instead of just "baby." I believe everyone should be informed about the science and psychological effects that go along with abortion. I wasn't proposing that people should be brainwashed by any means.

    I respect your opinion on the matter, changing your mind is not my goal. But hopefully i will be able to positively change the mind of at least one female going through this dilemma in my lifetime through moral support or however possible.
    It's usually not my goal to change minds on this subject either, I just seek to bring honesty to the topic.
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