Posts tagged adoption
Posts tagged adoption
- People with uteruses aren’t broodmares.
- Adoption is an option for those not wanting to parent, but not the issue of not wanting to be pregnant.
- Adoption can be an emotionally devastating option for some people.
- If the other parent does not consent to the adoption, the pregnant person may end up paying child support or having to care for the child.
- A person may not be able to afford to miss work for appointments, birth, and recovery.
-A person may not be able to afford to miss school for appointments, birth, and recovery.
- It does not help people who can’t safely bring a pregnancy to term because of mental illness, chronic illness, disability, abuse, or dysphoria.
- It does not help people in general who risk illness, disability, or death by bringing a pregnancy to term.
It’s. Not. That. Simple.
An anti-choicer asserts that adoption is not difficult for the child being adopted because “it is too young to remember any of it”.
And yet fetuses feel horrible pain and are completely aware of it. Huh.
Blogger’s commentary: Great, that’s cool. Of those ten families, how many of them are queer? Interracial? Non-religious? If I had a child to give up for adoption, they would not be going to a straight, white, psychotic, Christian couple associated with AHA.
And how many of those 10 families are willing to adopt an already born kid out of the foster system?
Oh wait, I forgot, fetuses are way more important than them.
HA! You’re pretty arrogant thinking you have the one true argument that can destroy every pro-choice argument ever.
Hey, isn’t pride one of those deadly sins? Better watch that…
The Beautiful Daughter: How My Korean Mother Gave Me the Courage to Transition
Growing up, I remember making a pact with myself. As an adopted child I promised to find my family…
Actual tears. This is beautiful.
“Same sex couples shouldn’t be able to adopt because their kids will get bullied for having two moms or two dads”
instead of not allowing same sex couples to adopt
maybe you should teach your little shitty kids not to bully
An anti-choicer shares her views on adoption and marriage.
This “I believe that women should have the right to choose abortion, adoption, or parenting but I don’t want to be labelled pro-choice” thing makes my head hurt.
That. is. exactly. what. pro. choice. means.
When will people realize. Open your eyes, You have been brain washed. There is no over population, if you don’t want to have a child simple prevention is the answer, if that failed you then it’s on you to decide what to do, you can choose to have an abortion or not to. There’s your choice. It’s not that complicated. It’s just those who take enjoyment in removing/killing something that has the potential to be living that upsets people. Also it’s the “wanting to make abortion illegal” that also upsets people.
People like to bring up the point that if all the babies were born overpopulation and feeding would be problems. That they’d have to rely on the government etc… Now: If you’re having sex, we can assume that you’re smart enough to realize if you are in a position to have a baby or not, whether you can support that child, etc. So it’s more about responsibility than anything else.
No one likes being told what to do, let alone with their bodies. But realize that: Just as there are laws restricting guns (which apply to a group of people: those who ever wanted to purchase a gun) is the same as laws restricting abortion, so pulling the gender card is just plain stupid.
.Pro-Life vs Pro-Choice.
Wake up, don’t be a mindless puppet to media.
Okay I think it’s really ignorant to say that abortion restrictions are not about controlling women. Have you heard a Republican speak lately? They want to return to an idealised version of the 50s that never actually existed, and to do that, they have to force women to be subservient. I mean, you and I know that abortion restrictions directly affect everyone with a uterus, not just women, but they don’t! It’s all about putting women in their place and turning us into baby machines.
Also, if every aborted embryo and fetus was born, yes, we would have an overpopulation problem. Especially if every one of them was given up for adoption.