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“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#274563 Jan 5, 2013
Doc Degall wrote:
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Your sarcasm is unwarranted and misplaced. Why would they even care since right now they have the right to kill even without such a threat ?
The guy asked me a hypothetical question. I answered. Butt out.
Oh Doc, don't get your balls in an uproar.

"Butt out"

Homophobe.

;)
Gtown71

United States

#274565 Jan 5, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
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And you're just pissed that you can't force ANY woman to get/stay pregnant, give birth, and be a mother. Too bleeping bad, pal. You don't get to make sexual and reproductive choices for anyone but yourself.
Personally, I believe a lot of girls/women never think for a second about the very real HARDSHIPS of motherhood, and some are actively DIScouraged from doing so. I've actually read lines like "if you think TOO much, you'll never have kids" or words to that effect, from posters on other boards. The appropriate response to such a statement is, "and a person deciding NOT to have kids would be a bad thing...WHY, exactly?"
When a woman has one or more children because she truly loves and wants kids, despite all the hardships and challenges motherhood brings, that's a good reason. When a woman has children because she is PRESSURED into doing so by family members and/or religious community, even if she may have been undecided or unwilling to have them but caved to the pressure, that's NOT a good reason.
Yes, there's a 50% chance she MAY "fall in love with the child" later on, but there's also the 50% chance she may NOT, and the results in the latter case could be tragic. My feeling has always been that if a girl/woman has ANY doubts about motherhood, then DON'T do it. It's too important a decision to "roll the dice" about, and as I said, the choice NOT to be a mother is just as valid and responsible as the choice to be one.
Again when I say things like the woman is selfish, I'm talking after sg
She is already with child. I agree gitls @women that are not sure, should be, and I agree, that it is just as responsible for a woman to not to have a child.
The problem is, why are these women not making theses decisions before the become with child?
I know you are going to say tough /suck it up.
This is america 2013
I agree, that women can choose to have her child's heart stopped, and the baby killed.
Now since you are correct, about girls being told that parenting is fun, and easy, should be told the truth.
My wife and I have a 5 year old girl, and I tutned 42 yesterday.
I was exhausted when she was born! Lol
no one told me either.

The truth is raising kids are tough, but it has alot of rewards.
Having an abortion, is stopping that process, does free the woman fromany further responsibilities. Here on earth atleast, but they should eaqualy be told the truth, about how some women have had regrets.
So yes -I believe in telling them the truth.
I and many believe the time to choose, whether or not the women want to be a mother stops when she becomes with child.
I realize you disagree with that, but I geuss that's why so many are upset.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#274566 Jan 5, 2013
The difference is that judaism doesn't push its opinions on non-jews. You don't see jewish groups yelling hateful things at women going into clinics, or shooting or bombing medical personnel. They don't demand laws outlawing legal, safe abortion.

Even among its own members, there is no rancor towards women who act on their own conscience.
Tom Tom wrote:
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"even if our religion does not approve of it as a means of casually terminating potential life. Judaism may not endorse elective abortion, per se,..."
Or in honest real words, it soes not promote abortion on demand, which means it limits a womans choice, soemthing you and fofud have been denying for weeks.
The pedals going backwards are going faster and faster.
Either you enodrse a woman's right to her choice when she wants to freely exercise her choice of an abortion for any reason, or you don't. If you do, then don't use the Blessed Faith of Judaism to support your hedonistic proabortion pagan stance.
You and fud got busted.
Ingenita levitas et erudita vanitas

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#274567 Jan 5, 2013
I personally don't give a damn about viability; if it's in the woman's body and she wants it out, it goes. Very few women wait until the third trimester to abort electively--it's far more expensive, and the risks become as high as childbirth.
Tom Tom wrote:
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Neither you or anyone else has been able to defend or definitively expalin "vbiability". For you proabort pagans the isssue was put to bed like a ten dollar whore but not for the rest of we rational folk.
You pagans use it as a crutch but it is a crutch made of pseudo-science.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#274568 Jan 5, 2013
Chuckles, I told you I didn't see your post. What was your question?
Tom Tom wrote:
<quoted text>
Dude what a bout the but plug. You are dragging your feet.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#274569 Jan 5, 2013
Built-in male trait? That explains all those deadbeat dads out there, huh?

Women can decide whether to remain pregnant or not. Facing "hardship" when you don't have any reason to is called masochism.
BraveCon wrote:
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So, you don't want any girl/women to suffer any kind of hardship in life, huh?
Men often tell other men, when life gets tough or when they face some kind of hardship in life, to 'man up'. If he's a real man, he won't run from a challenge and most often he becomes a better man.
I wish all women had this built-in male trait, then they would be willing to face whatever hardships of life throws at them.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#274570 Jan 5, 2013
BraveCon wrote:
<quoted text>
So, you don't want any girl/women to suffer any kind of hardship in life, huh?
Men often tell other men, when life gets tough or when they face some kind of hardship in life, to 'man up'. If he's a real man, he won't run from a challenge and most often he becomes a better man.
I wish all women had this built-in male trait, then they would be willing to face whatever hardships of life throws at them.
What a misogynistic asshat you are, BS.

Women do accept hardships, when the goal is worth it to us. When it's not, what would be the point? And there is not a damned thing wrong with letting young women know what those hardships are, especially with people like you, who want to pretend to them that it's all sweetness and light.

Easy to say "man up" when you have no idea what a woman goes through. And no, not even being there with your wife will tell you that.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#274571 Jan 5, 2013
Tom Tom wrote:
<quoted text>
"even if our religion does not approve of it as a means of casually terminating potential life. Judaism may not endorse elective abortion, per se,..."
Or in honest real words, it soes not promote abortion on demand, which means it limits a womans choice, soemthing you and fofud have been denying for weeks.
The pedals going backwards are going faster and faster.
Judaism does NOT limit women's freedom of choice.

There's no backtracking here. THESE are "real honest words":

Pay attention to the last line of the offical view of the American Jewish Congress.

Judaism affirms that nascent life has great value.
But it is not the only value.
In the face of the kind of desperation that drives women to risk their
lives and mutilate their bodies rather than carry the fetus to term, no one
has the right to say that other conflicting values do not exist.
When faced with such conflicting values, individuals should be able
to turn to their own moral traditions or religious faith for guidance.
Government has no business preempting that very personal process,
leaving women trapped without a choice.
We do not propose that a particular religious view of abortion find
expression in legislation. That would be violating someone else's religious
freedom. And many people's moral choices regarding abortion are deeply
personal, and not determined by any particular religious tradition.
In the face of such great moral and religious diversity, the proper role
of government in a free society is to allow different traditions to advocate
their respective views, and to leave the decision to the woman, answering
to God and to her conscience.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#274572 Jan 5, 2013
Tom Tom wrote:
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Dude what a bout the but plug. You are dragging your feet.
Are you jealous Tommy? If you want one so badly, I'm sure you can find one at your local sex shop. I'm sure you know where they are in your town after all.
Gtown71

United States

#274573 Jan 5, 2013
Ocean56 wrote:
HARDSHIP #6: LOSS OF PRIVATE TIME – When a baby arrives, a mom will quickly find that she doesn’t have privacy any more. If she used to read books for hours with few or no interruptions, that will no longer be an option for her. If she is a teen mom who needs quiet time to complete her homework assignments or study for important final exams, that won’t be possible either. A baby will demand her attention many times during the day, so she won’t have private time for doing the things she enjoys or needs to complete.
HARDSHIP #7: DEALING WITH COLIC – For girls/women who are unaware, colic is a long period of crying, screaming and shrieking that can last for many hours a day, and even all night. It can begin when the baby is as young as three weeks old, and it can go on until the baby is five months old. My son had colic for almost two months as an infant. For me, it seemed more like two years. During that time, the crying usually began in the early evening and would last until past midnight. I would walk around the small apartment, carrying him in my arms, for hours trying to comfort him, but nothing I did really worked. He wouldn’t eat, and he most certainly didn’t sleep, and I was a wreck as a result. Being deprived of sleep, with a colicky baby on top of that, can really feel like torture for a mom after a while. I was no exception.
IMO girls and women really DO need to think about these and other hardships of motherhood, so they can make an INFORMED decision about it rather than making this choice in ignorance of the facts.
Yes they have to give up alot, and need to think about "or be informed "BEFORE they get pregnant.
What do these women do later in life, when the coffee house, and movies are not so appealing?
you must give to up, to truly give anything.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#274574 Jan 5, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
The difference is that judaism doesn't push its opinions on non-jews. You don't see jewish groups yelling hateful things at women going into clinics, or shooting or bombing medical personnel. They don't demand laws outlawing legal, safe abortion.
Even among its own members, there is no rancor towards women who act on their own conscience.
<quoted text>
Exactly. You wont see many, if ANY, Jews ever protesting at women's health clinics, and you will NEVER see them harrassing women as so many fundi's do.

The Jewish faith isn't concerned with sticking its nose in other faith's affairs, nor in legislating religious views.

You will NEVER see condemnation by a Jewish person toward ANYONE of ANY faith, including their own, if someone DOES make the choice to abort. It simply doesnt work that way.

“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#274575 Jan 5, 2013
Bitner wrote:
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What a misogynistic asshat you are, BS.
Women do accept hardships, when the goal is worth it to us. When it's not, what would be the point? And there is not a damned thing wrong with letting young women know what those hardships are, especially with people like you, who want to pretend to them that it's all sweetness and light.
Easy to say "man up" when you have no idea what a woman goes through. And no, not even being there with your wife will tell you that.
What he wrote was foolish. Women have endured hardships, many of them imposed by oppressive men, for centuries. Women have been the ones who have endured pregnancy and labor since the beginning of humanity. When men lay bleeding and dying on battlefields from wars of their own making who rose to the hardship of caring for them? Women, of course.

"Brave" forgets that before women were made the domestics of the 50s they were in the factories working the men's jobs during the war. Before that they worked their farm fields alongside the men when it was necessary to their lively-hood.

All through history women have steped up to do whatever it takes when they're needed.

Women now voluntarily go to war and fight for the freedom for ALL our citizens, but apparently we are not supposed to enjoy that freedom ourselves.

What else do dinosaurs like "Brave" want from us? To wash their shorts and cook their grub and bear their children and primp their egos and then go scrub their toilets, and then spread for them on demand??

They want a mommy and a maid and a wh@re all rolled into one package known as the wife of the 50s era.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#274576 Jan 5, 2013
LiIrabbitfoofoo wrote:
<quoted text>
Exactly. You wont see many, if ANY, Jews ever protesting at women's health clinics, and you will NEVER see them harrassing women as so many fundi's do.
The Jewish faith isn't concerned with sticking its nose in other faith's affairs, nor in legislating religious views.
You will NEVER see condemnation by a Jewish person toward ANYONE of ANY faith, including their own, if someone DOES make the choice to abort. It simply doesnt work that way.
And that is something they simply are incapable of understanding.

Personally, I think it stems from an inferiority complex that requires everyone in agreement in order to validate their own beliefs.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#274577 Jan 5, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
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What he wrote was foolish. Women have endured hardships, many of them imposed by oppressive men, for centuries. Women have been the ones who have endured pregnancy and labor since the beginning of humanity. When men lay bleeding and dying on battlefields from wars of their own making who rose to the hardship of caring for them? Women, of course.
"Brave" forgets that before women were made the domestics of the 50s they were in the factories working the men's jobs during the war. Before that they worked their farm fields alongside the men when it was necessary to their lively-hood.
All through history women have steped up to do whatever it takes when they're needed.
Women now voluntarily go to war and fight for the freedom for ALL our citizens, but apparently we are not supposed to enjoy that freedom ourselves.
What else do dinosaurs like "Brave" want from us? To wash their shorts and cook their grub and bear their children and primp their egos and then go scrub their toilets, and then spread for them on demand??
They want a mommy and a maid and a wh@re all rolled into one package known as the wife of the 50s era.
Thankfully, men like this are a dying breed.
mrs Jimmy agent

Europe

#274578 Jan 5, 2013
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feces for jesus

East Meadow, NY

#274579 Jan 5, 2013
sassyliciouus wrote:
<quoted text> I am not here to convert people. You live your life while I will live mine.
Will I bring post abortive Mothers the truth about Gods unconditional love for them? Yes. He will forgive and heal them.
Abortion kills another life. God forbids it. We must defend all victims. That is why prolifers are here exposing the decptive, evil nature of abortion.
Will you tell a pregnant teen who doesn't believe in God that she's going to your christard lie of Hell? I bet that'll really help! I bet you'll really connect with that person too!

It's obvious you run your big, fat mouth here on topix, but in real life, I doubt you'd say the garbage you vomit on topix.
feces for jesus

East Meadow, NY

#274580 Jan 5, 2013
sassyliciouus wrote:
<quoted text> Yet another death threat.
Yet another display of your hatred(bigotry) for Chrisitans by mocking Jesus.
You are a very angry man. Your unresolved guilt is apparent by your emotional breakdown while spewing intolerance for Christianity.
Sad.
You and others mock other faiths on here all the time. You're a hypocrite and a filthy liar.

“Never give up”

Since: Dec 12

North Olmsted, OH

#274581 Jan 5, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Built-in male trait? That explains all those deadbeat dads out there, huh?
Women can decide whether to remain pregnant or not. Facing "hardship" when you don't have any reason to is called masochism.
<quoted text>
Deadbeat dads aren't real men. Real men work hard to make their marriage a happy one and they love and support their kids.

Women should face the hardships of pregnancy and motherhood since they made the decision to have sex with their partner. You should live with the choices you make and the consequences of those choices. I believe that if you're not strong enough to endure pregnancy and motherhood, then don't have sex.

“Never give up”

Since: Dec 12

North Olmsted, OH

#274582 Jan 5, 2013
sorry for the double post

“Never give up”

Since: Dec 12

North Olmsted, OH

#274583 Jan 5, 2013
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
What a misogynistic asshat you are, BS.
Women do accept hardships, when the goal is worth it to us. When it's not, what would be the point? And there is not a damned thing wrong with letting young women know what those hardships are, especially with people like you, who want to pretend to them that it's all sweetness and light.
Easy to say "man up" when you have no idea what a woman goes through. And no, not even being there with your wife will tell you that.
I have to tell you the same thing. I believe if a girl/women is not strong enough and/or not ready to endure the 'hardships' of pregnancy and motherhood, then she should not have sex.

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