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Reproductive Justice

Updated: Sep 28, 2022

I've written and spoken extensively on this topic since June 24, 2022. I don't know what more there is to say, but I'll sum it up here.


  • You can be "personally" against abortion and still understand that it is not up to you to say what other people do with their bodies.

  • Adoption is not an alternative to abortion. Adoption comes with its own set of possible traumas that many don't think about.

  • Our foster-care system is full of children looking for a home. It would be irresponsible to demand that we add to the burden of the system.

  • Foster care comes with its own set of possible traumas.

  • The decision to terminate a pregnancy is a complicated and difficult one that is no one's business but the person making the decision.

  • The decision to terminate a wanted pregnancy is heartwrenching and one that should be viewed with deep empathy and without judgment.

  • Pregnancy is much more complicated and dangerous than many people understand.

  • Abortion is a simple, safe medical procedure, but it is not inexpensive or easy to attain.

  • Those who choose abortion don't owe anyone an explanation as to why they made the decision that they did.

  • There are many religions that accept and sanction abortion. It is an infringement of religious liberties to make laws based on the interpretation of one religion's sacred texts.

  • No one has the right to tell others what to do with their body.

  • No one has the right to use someone else's body for any reason without their permission.

  • All adult humans should have a right to make their own decisions about their own bodies, health, families, and lives without government interference.



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