Its that body that needs us, the strong, to protect it. Particularly we who are not in crisis pregnancies, particularly those who know EXACTLY what they are doing, like those in that profitable abortion industry doing the hellish deed. That industry so willing to exploit for profit those who are in crisis pregnancies. That industry that, for profit, are willing to put these women-in-crisis's future mental and physical health at grave risk.*** However, their future problems will keep another industry buzzing, and that's the pharmaceutical industry. So for them, its all good.
Yes, I am in love with that word, "Choice", too. It is so basic to all of us, its how God designed us. However, in this case that fine word is used propagate heinous lies.
We know that unborn babies have a will and a choice, too. If you ever saw "Silent Scream" and watched that little baby, just some weeks from conception, fight for his life and silently scream as his limbs were torn apart, one by one, in the womb, by the doctor following every-day protocol, just before the doctor crushed his little head, then you realize there is no way in the world to question what any baby's choice is...
***how many woman now suffering or dying with breast cancer would like to have been told by their abortion provider - who had access to this information, but it politically incorrect to tell it to the woman in crisis - that their risk of future breast cancer would sky-rocket if they had this abortion - particularly the younger they were when they had the abortion. Also the later lifetime mental health issues that are clearly and unquestionably documented - but that's a secret too. And add birth control pills or shots or patches to the abortions and you have really high future breast cancer rates. Oh, that's right, we have "pink ribbons!" everywhere now, now that we are some years out from the infamous Roe v.Wade... but the media will never share the obvious connection between the cancer and the abortions and artificial birth control. To do so would put your career in jeopardy - it would be blacklisting oneself.
So what do these pro-choice pundits care about? The woman-in-crisis? Or their pet causes and the industries that profit and support their salaries?