"None of our individual rights under the constitution are absolute."<quoted text>Again, I have never advocated here to give fetuses rights, but Roe v Wade addressed your question. Once a woman gets pregnant there are more considerations than just her rights, there are now the state's interest in protecting life, including potential life. Roe v Wade addressed at what point in the pregnancy which arguments are more "compelling", the woman's right to privacy, or the State's interest in protecting the fetus. A woman's right to life over the fetus was never contested, it was her right to privacy, and when did that justify killing a Z/E/F. None of our individual rights under the constitution are absolute.
This is exactly what I have been trying to tell SASSY and Worships Reality.