Son of Liberty
I thinik the difference between you and I is that I just don't see prohibiting a woman from killing an unborn child as cruel and oppressive. I understand the mentality as well, I understanding forcing a woman to carry a child to term that is the result of incest or rape could be traumatic and while I am against abortion I do agree with laws that allow certain exceptions. But, I just don't see not allowing those exceptions as cruel because I view the unborn child as exactly that, an unborn child, a human being.But the mother has rights too, and when the law is potentially putting her life in danger because she isn't as "important" as the child, and she doesn't even have a choice in the matter, she is definitely being oppressed. This law could prevent women from saving their own lives!
I mean look, i'm very, very pro-choice. But even i understand mentality, incredibly strongly disagree with, but understand the mentality regardless of the whole not allowing abortions for rape/incest etc. As incredibly wrong and cruel and oppressive as i think it may be, i get it that certain people see the baby as a person and see it as murder.
That's still based on here in the US if abortion were suddenly made illegal. It's based on a projection. Nevertheless, what people's response would be is irrelevant of whether it should be legal or not.You don't need a crystal ball, you have research and statistics. There has been lots of research that shows the ineffectiveness of laws preventing abortion, including that recent enough one i posted earlier and another quite recent report from the UN calling for abortion rights, as outlawing abortion is both dangerous and ineffective UN report calls for abortion rights