Thursday, February 19, 2009

On abortion

Who can say it better than Twisty?:
[E]ven if you call the body-snatcher a baby, if it is leeching off my personal internal organs, and if having it there displeases me for any reason whatsoever, and the only way to get it out is to kill it, then kill it I will. When another entity appropriates sovereignty over my person, what am I but a slave? As a human being, I object unconditionally to enslavement, for me or for anyone else. ...

Following [anti-abortion] logic, women are really only fully human until we are born.
No one can.

[h/t to the Apostate]

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