Abortion is every women’s right. No one has the right to tell a women what she can and can’t do with her body. Even though abortion can be unseemly, no one can tell a woman what she can and can’t do with her body. After all, its her body!

Even if you wanted to criminalize it, you couldn’t. The Supreme Court has already made its decision and Roe v Wade is the law of the land.

And let’s just say that you could make it illegal, it still wouldn’t stop a woman from having an abortion. All it would do is create an unsafe environment for her to have one.

And what about extreme cases like rape and incest? Shouldn’t it be up to the woman what she can and can’t do with her body?

And what about the child? If the mother isn’t ready to have a child yet, isn’t it unfair to the child to be born into a world where it isn’t wanted?

And at the end of the day, it’s not even a person, it’s a fetus.

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Okay, so that’s the gist of the arguments for abortion that a person is to hear in defending the practice. But what if I told you the argument isn’t new to our culture and that we as a society have dealt with this type of dilemma and its apologists before?

Let’s look at the above statement, only let’s rewind it to our recent history, a mere 150 years ago.

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Abortion Slavery is every women’s slave owners right. No one has the right to tell a women slave owner what she he can and can’t do with her body his property. Even though abortion slavery can be unseemly, no one can tell a woman slave owner what she he can and can’t do with her body his property. After all, it’s her body his property!

Even if you wanted to criminalize it, you couldn’t. The Supreme Court has already made its decision and Roe v Wade Dred Scott is the law of the land.

And let’s just say that you could make it illegal, it still wouldn’t stop a woman slave owner from having an abortion owning a slave. All it would do is create an unsafe environment for her him to have one.

And what about extreme cases like rape and incest the slave being born on the slave owner’s property? Shouldn’t it be up to the woman slave owner what she he can and can’t do with her body his slave?

And what about the child slave? If the mother slave owner isn’t ready to have a child liberate the slave yet, isn’t it unfair to the child slave to be born set free into a world where it isn’t wanted?

And at the end of the day, it’s not even a person, it’s a fetus negro.

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I am not the first person to equate slavery and abortion and you will find many who think the analogy is wrong.

But the truth of the matter is, we are again at a point in our time where we are defining what is a human life and who has say over it.

If you wonder how slavery was rationalized in our recent past you need just to look at today.

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