After the Life Dynamics Instagram account was suddenly flooded with pro-choice comments on several of our posts, we decided to have a bit of fun and do a show where we respond to some of their arguments and/or questions. Enjoy!
Episode Duration: 23 min
In This Episode We Discuss:
- Greetings (00:24)
- Pro-Choice Comment #1: What if the birth of the baby poses a threat to the person giving birth? (1:29)
- Pro-Choice Comment #2: The unborn baby is a parasite. (7:15)
- Pro-Choice Comment #3: “Differentiating clump of cells” and the “sperm donor” has no say (10:31) (6:22)
- Pro-Choice Comment #4: The fetus does not have consciousness, therefore it’s not alive. (12:42)
- Pro-Choice Comment #5: Abused children (16:30)
- Pro-Choice Comment #6: Do you have a uterus @life_dynamics_incorporated? (20:45)
- Closing Statements (21:52)
- The triggering Instagram Post by Life Dynamics
- Fetal Cells May Protect Mom From Disease Long After The Baby’s Born – NPR
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