saralance-alghul:
Sweetie. Science says that when a woman gets an abortion the FETUS is not developed enough to feel anything or have any coherent thoughts of any kind. So no, abortions are not killing a person. Abortions kill a cell mass that has gone through development to be called a human being. Science.

anti-abortion:

Well if I’m your sweetie then you’re my babe.  So babe, science says that life has begun after conception.  Zygote/embryo/fetus/infant/toddler/child/adolcent/adult/elder—-all different stages of growth and development of the human person. 

For example an elder is at one stage of growth and development

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while an adolescent/young adult is at another

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Just like a teenager is at a different stage of growth and development compared to an elder, a fetus is at a different stage than an infant.

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One’s stage of growth and development does not depart you from your humanity, at all stages you are human.  In fact growth and development is a requirement to be considered life in the first place.  

Secondly, one’s capacity to feel pain and their mental acuity does not determine their rights as an individual or their personhood.  Born humans who suffer from a disease that takes away their capacity to experience pain are still human persons.  The mentally disabled who could indeed lack coherent thoughts are still human persons.  Functionalism does not determine humanity.  In reality, to suggest that a human’s personhood is contingent on their ability to exercise different functions is incredibly ableist of you.

Oh and babe, I’d love to talk to you about any questions you may have

Much love,

Lily

katieleg:

protip: get rid of your enemies by sending them bubble-wrap filled with toxic gas

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upabovetheclouds:

Two more months and it’s 2015 what

I swear it was 2012 and we were all freaking out about the world ending like three months ago

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officialwhitegirls:

i cant breathe in cold winter air without fucking up how do people do hard drugs

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