The pro-choice movement’s design flaw

As I discussed a few days ago, the pro-choice position is so weak that is must be propped up by governmental force. It is not self-sustaining, since, with every single abortion, it is aborting itself further and further out of existence. What I mean is that every aborted human life is somebody who will never be an activist for the cause they believe in so fervently. If they believed in it so much you’d think they’d be able to rely on raising their own activists. But that is difficult for them to do–they’re getting rid of them as fast as they can. This explains why they must use the government to insert their ideology into crisis pregnancy centers–they need converts. By design, they greatly attenuate their own capacity to raise their own activists, which reveals a design flaw in the cause. It is a self-refuting proposition since by design it relies on making converts. I do not think it is a coincidence that the pro-life movement is a youth movement.

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Author: everybodysdaughter

I'm an adult child of divorce, having been raised in multiple divorce/remarriage situations. I'm writing in order to shed light on the problems of divorce from the perspective of the child. I will also discuss problems with other non-triad family structures, since there is a lot of overlap. People often think that better parenting skills will overcome problems in non-triad arrangements. While I agree that parenting skills are important, they cannot overcome the problems I discuss such as fractured ontology and perpetual liminality. I converted to the Catholic faith in 2012, and will discuss Catholic things from time to time as well.

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