Why do women say abortion is okay and then get upset about a miscarriage?
The same women who say a fetus is not a baby and abortion is okay, are completely devastated when they have a miscarriage at 6 weeks, and want all kinds of attention
It doesn't matter if one is intentional and the other is an accident. If the fetus is meaningless and not a baby, they can just try again in a couple of months
- nevin0020Lv 41 month agoBest Answer
I don't blame the women, i just think that they've been tricked into thinking it's ok. But deep down i think they know it's wrong. All these arguments about it only being a small clump of cells is ridiculous. We are all technically small clumps of cells. A baby is a baby and no amount of semantics can change that. I'm an ant theist but killing babies is just wrong. Everyone deserves a chance at life, adoption is a perfectly acceptable option.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Miscarriage you accidentally lose the baby. If the female first had an abortion then a miscarriage after on purpose then I really don’t know but I am sure that happens sadly I will believe those are fake tears.
- Suzy QLv 71 month ago
A miscarriage of a wanted baby is a lost future.
So is an unwanted pregnancy if abortion is unavailable.
- Katherine WLv 71 month ago
Abortion is for an unwanted child. A miscarriage is a wanted child.
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- 1 month ago
Miscarriage is loss of a wanted potential baby. Abortion is a choice to prevent fetal cells from developing into anything
- Anonymous1 month ago
When a woman decides to have an abortion - she has decided she didn't want the baby that would result.
When a woman has a miscarriage - she WANTED the baby because she had NOT decided to have an abortion.
It hurts when you lose something you actually WANTED.
- MissALv 71 month ago
Unlike you they aren't idiots?
- Ranchmom1Lv 71 month ago
They see them the same i.e. not a person until either later gestation (a self-determined gestational week), or until birth, but they see it as having the choice to have a child taken away from them rather than intentionally ending the life of their child.
- geezerLv 71 month ago
I think you'll find that it DOES matter that an abortion is a 'choice' .. and a miscarriage isn't.
Someone who has a miscarriage (in other words, DID want the baby) obviously did not think that the fetus was 'meaningless' !!
I don't even understand your comment Lois Griffin .. and if understanding how devastating a miscarrage can be makes me 'left' then I'm happy to be 'left'.
- Sohail SayedLv 51 month ago
Well, one is intentional and the other is an accident.