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Zoe
Wednesday 18 April 2018 9.32pm
He is right though, itís a foetus. His concern for the rights of a ball of cells above that of an actual person is quite odd, but hey each to their own. Itís ultimatley my decision what I do with my body though, not anybody elseís.

Itís disturbing so many people want to tell women what to do. Itís like weíre in Saudi or something.
Wednesday 18 April 2018 10.24pm
In all these posts I do not see a mention of the fathers . Are they around at these clinics helping to protect these ladies from verbal and visual abuse or does not responsibility stretch this far ?
Wednesday 18 April 2018 10.45pm
tone wrote:
In all these posts I do not see a mention of the fathers . Are they around at these clinics helping to protect these ladies from verbal and visual abuse or does not responsibility stretch this far ?

For someone to be a father there would have to be a child. Anyway, as a father myself, not in a position where my partner would consider a termination, I have stepped in / confronted the protesters at Blackfriars MP. Their tactics are reprehensible on a general level, not just where pregnant women are concerned. Those images they show belong in public as much as pornography would.
Thursday 19 April 2018 1.36pm
I don't agree with people protesting like this and they should be removed, their efforts would be better spent on educating on prevention rather than aftermath.

I also think some awful example have been given here, Jan, if a woman has an affair and gets pregnant then she is terminating for convenience. And Zoe, a ball of cells, seriously.
Thursday 19 April 2018 2.01pm
jinkazama wrote:
, Jan, if a woman has an affair and gets pregnant then she is terminating for convenience. And Zoe, a ball of cells, seriously.

Is that your idea of "educating on prevention rather than aftermath"?
Thursday 19 April 2018 2.47pm
no that was an example of a selfish woman terminating for convenience because she was too lazy to use a condom
Thursday 19 April 2018 3.07pm
jinkazama wrote:
no that was an example of a selfish woman terminating for convenience because she was too lazy to use a condom

An example for which purpose? Educating or wagging the finger?
Thursday 19 April 2018 4.07pm
jinkazama wrote:
no that was an example of a selfish woman terminating for convenience because she was too lazy to use a condom

An example to which purpose? To educate or to wag a finger?
Thursday 19 April 2018 4.22pm
Jinkazama if you had the opportunity to read earlier post contraception is not infallible . I fell pregnant whilst using intra uterine device. Laziness had nothing to do with it. My actions whatever have no place on this Forum. It was a general debate about the rights of protesters to harangue people visiting Marie Stopes or similar establishments.

Convenience? Not really, self preservation and safety of children already born?
Thursday 19 April 2018 5.55pm
BPAS and Marie Stopes are making lots of profit on this nasty business so of course they don't want to see the the moral ethical triumph of providers etc
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