You continue to ignore the rights of a human being to not be forced to gestate against their will.<quoted text>
If not understand it, I know you'll get a kick out of this one.
I have the right to freedom of movement until that freedom infringes on the rights of another individual. Under any normal situation, an action that violates the rights of any other person is still a violation of that persons rights whether the circumstances leading to that action are the result of the supposed, or even legal rights of another person. If one's rights are being violated under these circumstances, then we can reason that one of those rights was assumed under a false premise. I should be able to expect certain freedoms and rights, and in order to meet those expectations one right can't trump another.
Rights should not be fabricated so that it would rule out another person's rights. Both rights should be applied EQUALLY in any particular situation, and in society as a whole, without contradictions or double standards. If one of these rights cannot be upheld using these standards, then the other can't be seen as legitimate. The double-standards, contradictions, and hypocrisy of abortion make it very apparent that something is wrong. Abortion clearly contradicts every other similar instance of our social standards and ethical behavior in society, and it acts as another stepping stone to even further degradation, while the right to life does not and is not.
An embryo in the first trimester has no rights in the majority of states in the USA. Period. Show me ANYTHING that states otherwise.