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Friday, July 22, 2005

When does pro-choice become pro-abortion?

On the other hand, I met a person recently who is pro-choice and who is very anti-abortion.

Given these two categories of people who are pro-choice:

Pro-choice and pro-abortion (a person who believes that in the case of an unplanned pregnancy, abortion is often the best thing to do--someone who thinks that abortion is morally preferable to giving birth).

Pro-choice and anti-abortion.

I'm wondering whether there are also two different categories of people who are pro-life.

What would they be?

Pro-life and pro-punishing, hostile, shaming attitudes toward women?


Pro-life and pro-grace and support?

It can be hard to distinguish between the different ways of being pro-choice, which helps me understand why, for someone who is pro-choice, it would be hard to distinguish between the different ways of being pro-life.

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