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Thank you Planned Parenthood!

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You are reading page 2 of Thank you Planned Parenthood!. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

It's not a puppy!

Nor is it a contest. The point is that women who choose to avoid childbearing do not need to justify their decisions to anyone.

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My 3 sons, conceived in the circumstances described in this thread are now beginning high school, finishing high school and continuing high school. They are on the way to being awesome men and I give thanks every day to the women that did not let someone at PP kill them.

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My 3 sons, conceived in the circumstances described in this thread are now beginning high school, finishing high school and continuing high school. They are on the way to being awesome men and I give thanks every day to the women that did not let someone at PP kill them.

Planned Parenthood does not kill sons. If those doctors had not performed legal abortions those women may have gone through illegal routes with unlicensed professionals.

When pro birth people become pro life, we can continue the conversation. Just like your sons' birth parents made the right decisions for their families, she made the right decision for hers.

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Raviepoo, you had to know writing this post that it would be contentious, and why put something so personal out there if you're going to be offended by differing views? Your post is a thinly veiled pro-abortion plug.

So, you were clearly not ready to be a parent, good for you in knowing that, but abortion was not your only choice. You had a choice to have sex, you had a choice to not use birth control, and finally you had a choice to abort or give a beautiful gift to one of hundreds of families waiting to adopt. Choose life.

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I owe no one reasons or explanations. That's something i learned from my marriage. My decisions are my own and I am not required to explain myself.

But you do post a personal story about a very serious decision that you made, online, to a bunch of strangers, on a very controversial topic? No, you don't have to explain, but you don't have to share either.

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My 3 sons, conceived in the circumstances described in this thread are now beginning high school, finishing high school and continuing high school. They are on the way to being awesome men and I give thanks every day to the women that did not let someone at PP kill them.

I'm it worked well for you and - more importantly - for your children.

For myself, after several abortions provided by PP, I was able to bear and raise my son into a fine young man with a thriving intact family of his own. I had the time and emotional space to heal from an abusive, incestuous upbringing so that when I chose to reproduce, I was able to break multiple destructive cycles. As a result, my son's family is far healthier and nurturing than the one I grew up in. Kind of a ripple effect.

And ... "It ain't nobody's business but my own."

Thank you Planned Parenthood.

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I'm it worked well for you and - more importantly - for your children.

For myself, after several abortions provided by PP, I was able to bear and raise my son into a fine young man with a thriving intact family of his own. I had the time and emotional space to heal from an abusive, incestuous upbringing so that when I chose to reproduce, I was able to break multiple destructive cycles. As a result, my son's family is far healthier and nurturing than the one I grew up in. Kind of a ripple effect.

And ... "It ain't nobody's business but my own."

Thank you Planned Parenthood.

God Bless you and your son and his children.

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Raviepoo, you had to know writing this post that it would be contentious, and why put something so personal out there if you're going to be offended by differing views? Your post is a thinly veiled pro-abortion plug.

So, you were clearly not ready to be a parent, good for you in knowing that, but abortion was not your only choice. You had a choice to have sex, you had a choice to not use birth control, and finally you had a choice to abort or give a beautiful gift to one of hundreds of families waiting to adopt. Choose life.

Or you could be putting another child into a foster system that will chew the child up and spit him/her out, without ever giving the child the proper tools to be successful in life. If you think every child put into that system is treated the way he/she should be treated, you're naive.

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I used to be pro-choice. I am now proudly pro-abortion. I wish more women would choose it, and I want it to be normalized and accepted as an okay and *good* choice.

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Or you could be putting another child into a foster system that will chew the child up and spit him/her out, without ever giving the child the proper tools to be successful in life. If you think every child put into that system is treated the way he/she should be treated, you're naive.

Agree.

Is we far too many people who were raised in a system that I turn, have their own children in the system...most people don't adopt older children or children with special needs and are basically institutionalized, then left to their own devices when they turn eighteen-most end up homeless; and the other hand is when a parent is not suitable to parent, the families that I deal with allow the children to go into the system; the same system that have children who have endured such abuse that they abuse the vulnerable children that have been released by their families-it is certainly a risky situation for all involved. :down:

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Or you could be putting another child into a foster system that will chew the child up and spit him/her out, without ever giving the child the proper tools to be successful in life. If you think every child put into that system is treated the way he/she should be treated, you're naive.

Name calling aside, the idea that poverty and/or foster care must necessarily follow bringing a pregnancy to term is just not true. Adoption is ignored intentionally in these conversations because of the inconvenient reality that it is a legitimate reason not to abort and that is contrary to the narrative that is continually being played.

Thousands of couples and individuals are literally lined up waiting for a phone call advising them of a baby needing a home.

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