I usually say that I don’t have a uterus and therefore my opinion is not terribly important here.
Other times I say that if science had a way to teleport whatever age the politician decided out of the uterus into some artificial uterus with the promises to raise and care for that child until it could be an adult, it might be more reasonable to have an anti-abortion stance.
And other times I say that there’s only one person there until they can be separated and that’s also what the law has been saying and seems legit.
Anything beyond that is not close to my territory
Nature makes mistakes and there’s such a thing as miscarriages
I was born at 6 and a half months and and would not exist if I was carried before the days of incubators
My mother’s body rejected me 3 times but medicine kept me there
Logically I should have an anti abortion position
But God gave us doctors
Any judgment is not ours to make
I was born a year before Roe v Wade passed and abortion was not yet legal.
I asked my mother once if she would have aborted me considering how dangerous it was for her to carry me
She said that she’s pro-choice but she probably would not make that choice to abort.
and as she doesn’t walk in another woman’s shoes, she can’t decide for them what they need to do for their existence.
She gave me the expression “nature makes mistakes” and also has thoughts about the economics of children and that a child should be in a home that loves them.