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Abortion seems to be the only medical procedure that people want to deny you based on how you got in that situation.
Drove drunk, got in an accident and need an organ transplant? No problem.
Messing around with a gun, accidentally shoot yourself in the leg and need surgery? Of course.
Smoke tobacco for most of your life and need treatment for lung cancer? Yep.
Climb a tree, fall out and break your leg? We’ll fix that right up.
Have sex and get pregnant when you don’t want to be? YOU GOT YOURSELF INTO THIS SITUATION AND YOU DESERVE NO MEDICAL HELP OR COMPASSION! THIS IS YOUR FAULT AND YOU WILL DEAL WITH THE CONSEQUENCES!
“Worry about your own uterus” wise wise words.
just like with any of your other examples, you can get rid of your problem after some painful procedures (ie adoption after birth), what people are not so sure about is letting you chose death for the soul/energy/life/potential/whatever you believe there is in that fetus/baby outside of yourself. the country is protecting its future citizens, it doesn’t necessarily have to have anything to do with you. though you do have to suffer for awhile, which is harder if you dont believe you’re bringing something worthwhile into the world. actions have consequences, pain will result, and you can get help, but at least for a country, there is value in life, and some would say there should be a right to protect it, regardless of an individual’s view/situation. it’s all about the value of a life. individually and as a society.
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On a scale of 1 to Boo Radley how often do you leave your room
my new favourite text post on tumblr
omg i just laughed so hard and i had too keep it all in cause i do NOT want to wake the whole apartment building but omg
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I just wanted to say, personally, I LOVED the opening sequence. yes, I would have preferred Benedict to do the dramatic reading and walking around cigar in place, and yes, I would have preferred Tom as the leading man of the army shots, but alas, it was not to be. as it was, however, it was incredible. repeatedly gave me chill bumps. showed so much of the history, struggle, strength, and character of London (as well as England). ok, i’m done. just wanted to put some more positive out there :)