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Ultimately, it’s not a choice I can make either way.
Even if I was to provide sperm for procreation, the choice to carry or not isn’t mine; not at any point in the process.

I can’t chose for others. Hence, I’m pro-choice.

Had I the facilities to pluck all unwanted/impractical feti out of undesired situations, raise them in a laboratory, and provide an environment that could sustain them, educate them, raise them to a point of independence, I would do so.

But I cannot. Therefore, without any better solutions, it is not a choice that is mine to make, therefore, I am pro-choice for those with the right to choose, which is the person carrying. Not me. I have no choice in the matter for I have no uterus.

Laws should support the rights of the chooser to choose, up to the point where the fetus can have a relatively independent breathing/heartbeat/existence. At that point, the State’s rights take over on behalf of the independent being.

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