I am and I thank you. The comment was directed more toward bologna, but I'll address a few of your concerns as well to attempt to find a common ground.
I'll start here. The impression I get from this area is that we are discussing topics with fellow peer groups whom have similar medical understanding which are normally discussed outside of the general work place. In the break room I am doing just that, taking a break from being a nurse with opinions to being a person with opinions who happens to be a nurse.
Of course I did. I do so with the intention of putting importance on the life. I feel that in my practice, now as a nurse, to not use simple language leads to a disconnect as a Pt to caregiver. As a person calling a invitro baby a fetus is tantamount to comparison to a still birth. This is possible due to the more agrarian society I have been raised in, but an important distinction in my eyes.
I'd disagree as a matter of semantics. If one single baby was saved, then your statement is proven false.
If I may allude to a later posting. If the knowledge of abortion being banned was made known, then the women would have incentive to commit to knowledge attained by safe sex talks.
I'm going to once again point out the semantic distinction and contradiction in your point. The belief of those who want to ban abortion is just that. Saving lives. Control? Quiet the opposite. The control should rest squarely on the family unit to raise and care for the child. I believe the point is to shift control back to the people involved.
The same is felt from the pro life movement. Policies that would increase the killing of babies.
I agree completely, however I think the total number of abortion should be zero.
Access... how far does this access extend. Who provides this access? Is this government given healthcare? Does this also include abortions? Who pays for this care? When do we allow the local government to take control of this care?
You say "the next generation" but you mean men. Well you mean P.O.S. boys who need to be beaten and offered euthanasia, but I digress. No one is taught to disrespect women in the US. You point me to a person teaching boys to not respect women and ill judge that. Tc continue the narrative that all men are rapists until taught otherwise is demeaning and lessens the burden of responsibility on society.
If you mean to change society in another country, then how do we affect this change, and in what way?
Then I would argue you are not so lucky as you are missing out on the majority voter base to the conservative side. The issue is that MY money, in the form of taxes, are being sent to another country and not helping my neighbor. This is forced assistance to another country benefits me in no way. It in now way improves my life or the life of another in my community, where I would have spent that money or donated to my local church/charity.
To impress on me that I am a sociopath for not caring in someone dies in another country is absurd. I am being reasonable in my knowledge that I can't save everyone. Even in my professional practice I have seen death. If I can't save one person when I bend all my will and expertise on them, what hope do I have that someone else, thousands of miles away, will maybe benefit from assistance, with no assurance of outcome but a possibility that the money is being used correctly. It's not my job to save the world. I save the person in front of me, my family, and my neighbor in my community.
Because I support all life. I will not hand the knife, through readily available and paid for abortion, to end a life. It is the women's choice to seek these dangerous alternatives. I cannot advocate for the easier cessation of life.