protego-et-servio:

carolinadipper:

protego-et-servio:

carolinadipper:

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 Painx - The Emergence of Human Consciousnessx - Fetuses don’t have the ability to differentiate between sensation and pain until the 35th week.x - Fetal Pain is Horse Hockey: The Studyx - 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.

protego-et-servio:

carolinadipper:

protego-et-servio:

carolinadipper:

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.


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"I spent a lot of time wondering if it would matter if I died.""In the macro sense, no. You’re one cheerio in the bulk box full of life. But you fucking tickle me, so I think it would matter." 
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"I spent a lot of time wondering if it would matter if I died."
"In the macro sense, no. You’re one cheerio in the bulk box full of life. But you fucking tickle me, so I think it would matter."