In the abortion debate you have people like me, vociferously advocating for life, and you have people on the other side, who advocate so vociferously for a free choice on abortion that it amounts to advocating for abortion.
Otherwise you have a mushy middle.
That mushy middle should pay attention to where pro-choice advocates come out on sex selection abortion. Because generally this is where the soulless nature of abortion advocacy comes out: it’s in the “we couldn’t possible condemn any woman’s choice at any time” moments.
An article about this, here.
Brigitte adds: Indeed. I’m against sex-selection abortion because I’m against abortion in general, and extremely against frivolous abortions (if your life is on the line, and you’re having to choose between your life and that of your unborn baby, then things are quite different – at least in my book). Aborting a baby because it’s not the right time right now to become a parent, to me, is at least as wrong as aborting a baby because it’s a girl and not a boy.by