Well, you could argue that about everybody! Everyone sees the world differently based on their experiences and how they respond to those experiences, that's what makes other people so interesting :) Although, I do think a lot of artists have a cool way of showcasing their views through their art.
That's measuring completely based on consequence, someone can do something nice without intending to feel good about themselves.
Maybe, if it really exists, while we're alive it's impossible to know.
What about the rights the baby has to its body? I'm sure if it had the choice it would choose life over death. I can't see how getting stretch marks, gaining weight, stretching out a vagina or affecting your bladder are justification for taking away someone's life and rights.
You missed the part at the start, like TommyUK1234 said, it's not asking if city lights are more beautiful than start. It's actually asking: if you think city lights are more beautiful than stars, were you made for the city?
I dunno, I thought of twinkle twinkle little star when I saw "diamonds in the sky".
Thinking that way could also inspire you to have more of an impact on people around you!
So, using your statistic, the 40% of babies who will survive don't deserve the chance?
I think you misunderstand my intentions, I am questioning it because I wanted to see it from your perspective and I can understand your reasoning, I just disagree. Higher up in the comments you said you didn't know when you considered someone to be human and now you do. Our arguments are now basically circling around whether a fetus is a human or not and we're not going to change each other's opinions, so would you like to agree to disagree? I'm happy we had this debate though because I'm hoping we both learned stuff about the other person's side :)
So, if the perfection of artificial incubation is perfected through technology, which makes it so the fetus can be removed and artificially sustained at any time after conception would you still be pro-choice? (I know this has no effect on today and it's hypothetical, I'm really just curious)
Yeah, no problem, it was a valid question :D
Yeah, hopefully it'll happen eventually!
Woah, woah, woah. I agree that sex isn't a huge commitment in most cases, but that last comment was completely uncalled for. You made baseless accusations and generalizations in order to insult someone to make your argument stronger. Unless you can prove any of those claims all it served was to weaken your argument immensely.
Often times, it's in your own self interest to help others rather than hurt them. It can gain you an amazing reputation and therefore greater influence, allies to help you out and/or simply make them in debt to you.
Yep! Well halfly, I think our argument was good on both sides, but I've seen a lot where it has the potential to be good, but neither of them really wants to see the other side, they just want to blindly promote their side.