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Orrex

(63,574 posts)
16. 100% pro-choice, and this is a very high-priority issue for me
Thu Mar 10, 2016, 03:43 PM
Mar 2016

As far as I'm concerned, it's no one's damn business except the woman in each particular situation. If she chooses to involve someone else, that's fine, but their opinion is still entirely subordinate to her.

This issue, along with reproductive freedom, is easily one of my top three priorities.

What was it that Margaret Sanger said? PatrickforO Mar 2016 #1
I am a human being, and what you do with your body is none of my business, no matter Jackie Wilson Said Mar 2016 #2
we won the right to vote, mountain grammy Mar 2016 #3
I have a sneaky feeling... qwlauren35 Mar 2016 #4
I think you are probably right. ScreamingMeemie Mar 2016 #7
I am pro choice and feel every woman bigwillq Mar 2016 #8
High priority qwlauren35 Mar 2016 #9
1. Yes, I do that bigwillq Mar 2016 #10
Other things. qwlauren35 Mar 2016 #13
I have daughters rurallib Mar 2016 #5
pro Choice all the way. lunatica Mar 2016 #6
Yes. (n/t) Iggo Mar 2016 #11
Pro-choice, who supports abortion and a woman's right to make her own medical decisions Solly Mack Mar 2016 #12
I'm a man, I'm pro-choice and abortion rights are a high priority for me Omaha Steve Mar 2016 #14
I object to the question's use of "pro-life" in place of "anti-abortion." n/t eShirl Mar 2016 #15
I prefer "anti-choice," in fact Orrex Mar 2016 #17
Given qwlauren35 Mar 2016 #18
100% pro-choice, and this is a very high-priority issue for me Orrex Mar 2016 #16
Abortion rights are very high priority to me. Chan790 Mar 2016 #19
I had thought about that qwlauren35 Mar 2016 #20
I think so too, to some extent. Chan790 Mar 2016 #22
I'd like to change your mind. qwlauren35 Mar 2016 #23
Denying women control over their own bodies is step 1 in "restoring" women's place in Man's world Dont call me Shirley Mar 2016 #21
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