Does A Preborn Child Have a Right to Their Mother’s Body?

Joseph Backholm | Breakpoint.org | Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Does A Preborn Child Have a Right to Their Mother’s Body?

Does A Preborn Child Have a Right to Their Mother’s Body?


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Does A Preborn Child Have a Right to Their Mother’s Body?

What would you say?

In this video, Stephanie Gray presents us with two reasons why this isn’t necessarily a good argument for the pro-choice movement.

1. The womb exists for the child more than for the mother.

2. The more vulnerable a child is, the more we expect from the parents. 

Check out the full video below or see others like this at http://WhatWouldYouSay.org

Publication date: December 17, 2019

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