Sir, the definition of "prude" is "A person who is easily shocked or claims to be easily shocked by things relating to sex and nudity."Wrong. There are prudes
I do not care who choses to have sex with who. I do not care what one or more consenting adults do in the privacy of their homes and bedrooms.
What I care about is abortion. When one chooses to have sex---and one does so with out considering the possible consequences, it is that IRRESPONSIBLE sex I have a problem with, not sex itself.
If someone wants to have sex all the time but does not want to get pregnant, the responsible thing to do is take steps to ensure a pregnancy will not result. An ounce of prevention equals a pound of cure for abortion.
I disagree, but when it comes to consenting adults-----I get that not everyone believes as I do----and are free to choose for themselves. In other words---I care for my own behaviors what constitutes a moral use of my sexuality, but not for others.who think that sex is a problem, but generally speaking, if all parties are willing and of age, there's no such thing as immoral sex.
Even if we agree that pregnancy is a "problem" why is abortion the only solution? Why not adoption?In my opinion. The problem can be pregnancy, and it is fixable via abortion. I would rather be problem pregnancy was terminated than the alternative, which risks blighting at least two lifetimes. I genuinely don't consider the non-viable foetus as having any importance whatsoever, unless the mother herself chooses to give it.
Actually--I am not willing to compromise in those cases. It is just that I am practical. I understand that if I expect any laws against abortion to have any chance of succeeding in this country, we have to tolerate abortion in cases of rape, incest, life of the mother.Nothing. Except that it does highlight the moral dilemma of the pro-life brigade. They are often willing to compromise in the cases of rape or dire danger to the woman's health, because it is so obvious that they would be wrong to forbid abortion in these cases.
There is no time when a direct abortion is morally justifiable.
The only reason I asked you about that---was only becasue abortion supporters always use those extreme cases--rape, incest, life of the mother as an excuse for supporting abortion on demand--as if they are equivalent.