I know truth doesn't come from religion.<quoted text>
First of all, I would have assumed that any educated person would want to know the truth regardless of where it comes from. That doesnt appear to be the case here on this forum.
Youre talking about socially accepted customs which is not the same as moral rights whatsoever. Just because something is accepted by most of society doesnt make it right. It is always wrong to deny a persons moral rights whether it is legal or socially acceptable to do so or not. If my custom is to beat my wife, and it is accepted in my society, does that make it morally right?
I also noticed that you are using some of my same points here to try and make your argument; only you are trying to incorporate them into a false premise that a preborn child is not an individual with moral rights. Your subjective opinions/customs/morals/laws, etc., are OK until they infringe on the moral rights of another individual, which abortion does.
You are also contradicting your own premises. Its a socially acceptable practice (which you argue for here as a premise of morality) and legal to force abortions in China, but that is a contradiction to your premise of freedom of choice. If you just flip-flop to and fro, you will never be able to establish a strong, logical argument. But that may just be one of the inherent aspects of subjective morality.
The correct definition of moral needs to also include rights.
We define what is right and wrong.
I don't live in China, so I can't attest to the societal norms there. Any judgment would be applying the societal norms I have from living in this country and this culture.