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Fetuses are children
It’s a fetus until birth. At birth, it becomes sentient.
Children are sentient, conscious, subjective and bodily autonomous people. Fetuses are not.
We need to worry about the born children who are suffering now, rather than worrying about fetuses that don’t have the capacity to suffer.
Fetuses suffer just as much as people after birth do when you kill them, they feel pain, they know what’s happening
That’s absolute hogwash fed to you by pro-life liars and biased doctors who “fudged” numbers, and that’s giving them credit.
Fetuses don’t feel pain until the third trimester, if that. It’s highly likely they can’t feel pain because they are a) unconscious (yes, hey become conscious at birth) and b) the uterus probably keeps them anesthetized until birth.
Most abortions happen in the first trimester.
Have some UNBIASED information!
x - Journal of the American Medical Association on fetal pain.
x - Brain Review: The Importance of Awareness for Understanding Fetal Pain
x - The Emergence of Human Consciousness
x - Fetuses don’t have the ability to differentiate between sensation and pain until the 35th week.
x - Fetal Pain is Horse Hockey: The Study
x - Whole Freakin’ WIki on Fetal Pain, and they cite all the research that the fetus, is likely, to be anesthetized until birth.
TL;DR You’re misinformed and wrong.
You are misinformed and wrong as well. No one feeds me this information. I know it in my heart since birth. Could be cause I have a heart unlike pro-murder people. Those “studies” are also by biased doctors who “fudged” numbers.
Do you get pleasure by being willfully ignorant or are you really so adamant in being wrong you’re going to look at sources from medical professionals who’s jobs are to be right and still stick fingers in your ears because obviously your ‘heart’ knows what’s right?
I seriously don’t get that. This doesn’t make you smart or is anything to be prideful of. When you’re presented with proof and you ignore it you’re just proving everyone right about the pro life movement being emotionally driven blathering asshats with absolutely no logic to their actions
You don’t understand because you don’t have a heart, I get that. Me I see what they are saying but it’s wrong. They aren’t always right ya know
Oh I have a heart.
It sympathizes with people who can actually feel, think, feel pain, and suffer. Like pregnant people, and unlike foetuses. Funny how that works. That people would want to put beings that actually literally feel ahead of things that literally lack the capability too?
My heart also works with my brain, and logic presented to me to determine what’s right because that’s how life works.
Ignoring fact and being like ‘oh it just feeeeellls wrong’ is so painfully hilarious I really feel for any people that have contact with you.
If you don’t believe a child in the womb can feel then you truly are a murderous monster when you kill it and deserve prison
If you believe that a foetus in the first trimester can feel anything even though its brain hasn’t been fully developed to the point where it can even receive those types of signals you’re ignorant af and need to open up a couple textbooks while getting off your high horse.
THIS. IS. SCIENCE.
If has a soul, it can feel. Science isn’t always right and isn’t the answer to everything.
I’m just reblogging to show my followers exactly how ignorant people can be, and how set in their ignorance they are. Science proves something completely and totally right? NO IT CAN’T BE.
Actually i believe that Cicero was the first one on record to make insults about peoples mothers. To take a quote from Michael Grant’s translation of Cicero: Selected Political Speeches, “When the aristocratic Q. Metellus Nepos asked Cicero the snobbish question ‘Who was your father?’ it was understandable, but not calculated to endear a great family towards him, for Cicero to reply: ‘I can scarcely ask you the same question since your mother has made it rather difficult to answer.’” He was basically saying that Metellus’ mom slept around a ton
So he said that like one and a half millennia before Shakespeare was born
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