Pro Life Problems

Being Pro Life isn't always easy.

This blog is dedicated to the advocation of protecting the sanctity of human life, by emphisizing life issues.

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I just found out my friend who swore up and down if she got pregnant she’d have an abortion is pregnant.

And she’s keeping the baby.  I’m so happy I could cry.

Anonymous asked:

Piece of shit piece of shit piece of shit you are a piece of shit piece of shit shit shit. Pro-life my asshole. People who are raped and molested have the fucking right to have an abortion.

People are all equal and all deserve the right to life, no matter the circumstance of their conception. You or I are not better than somebody else because we had the luxury of being born into a planned situation or in a middle class first world country.

PLP

Anonymous asked:

It's so odd...I agree with many of your views. People in relationships should talk about the possibility of pregnancy, for example. The fact that I agree with you is only odd when you consider that I'm one of the most pro-choice people on the planet. I'm not sure why I'm sending this message, to be honest. I just wanted to tell you that just because our views differ doesn't mean we can't agree on some things.

It’s true. Most people with sensible views will agree that things like that are basic responsibility issues. Denying that sex can cause pregnancy and ignoring the topic leads to some of the bad situations that people send me messages about, such as that one anon whose partner wanted her to abort but she was uncomfortable doing so.
Feel free to message me any time, I love hearing from all of you who read my blog.
PLP

Anonymous asked:

You never answered my question and I asked it like three months ago. You're kind of really shitty. Grow some empathy.

I’m sorry? if you want to re-submit it you can, but since you’re on anon I can’t find your question. Most likely I was going to answer but was trying to figure out how to do it and got distracted and forgot about it. But again, I’m sorry. I don’t mean to do that but it happens.

prolifeproblems:

Okay, I fixed it for reals this time.

Throwback to this aha. Holy notes. This was my claim to fame and it’s a totally illiterate piece of poop.

prolifeproblems:

Okay, I fixed it for reals this time.

Throwback to this aha. Holy notes. This was my claim to fame and it’s a totally illiterate piece of poop.

Anonymous asked:

I won't state which I side with, but i will give you facts. The first trimester it is an embryo, meaning a cluster of cells that will develop into a fetus. So you were wrong there. And second, it is a parasite. Which by definition is something that lives off the host without contributing anything. That being said, your choices are valid just like anyone else's in this situation. God bless you and your situation currently. But please remain educated before offending, even when insulted yourself.

alwaysabeautifullife:

The article in which I referred to being pregnant with a “fetus” I was actually well into my 3rd trimester (37 weeks actually), so I’m not sure how I was “wrong there”.

But actually…the first trimester is up until 14 weeks.

An embryo becomes a fetus as 8 weeks. http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/human-biology/pregnancy2.htm

You’re completely right, the fetus is a “cluster of cells”, and so are you. We are all living multi-cell organisms of the human species since the moment of conception.

I have included a wiki article about the species of Homo Sapiens (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human) which by definition are not parasites. “Parasite” is a term usually used to describe parasitic protozoa, helminths, and arthropods, though there are some phylum Chordates that could be considered parasites like the lamprey for example.

Also, a fetus does contribute to the mothers health. I have included an article about cell migration from fetus to mother to improve health of the mother for the rest of her life. The fetal cells target sites of injury, and can stay inside a woman’s body for decades after the pregnancy. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2633676/ Article also includes hypothesis for how the fetal cells “travel” to the mothers body, and the effects the cells have.

God bless Google.

Peace be with you!

If you and your partner are sexually active, I really think that you should have a discussion about the possibility of pregnancy.  

Anonymous asked:

I am recently in a new relationship however the guy is pro choice, now other than that he shares all my values and I really feel like he is an amazing person. I spoke to him about why I am pro life and as I am the girl he wouldn't be able to force me to have an abortion but I'm not sure weather this will cause issues in the long term. Should I break up with him now or just see where we get?

I see this becoming a big issue in a few situations, such as unplanned pregnancy or if he doesn’t want to have children (period) and you want to. If your Pro Life view is so important to you that you can’t be with someone that doesn’t agree with it, then I think you should do what it takes to make yourself content and end the relationship instead of settling with someone just for the sake of not being single.

If you are sexually active and don’t take issue with contraceptives, I’d recommend using them, such as the pill, condoms, and even looking into Natural Family Planning to use in conjunction with these two, but not as a replacement.
If you do take issue with them, NFP is better than nothing but must be done vigilantly and realizing that there is a lot that can happen to alter your cycle.

If you stay with him and are sexually active, bear in mind that if you get pregnant, it is possible that you will not have his support in raising your child.

-PLP

Anonymous asked:

One of my close friends recently revealed she was pregnant, however she choose abortion. I sat and talked with her calmly and without judgement yet she decided that. I wouldn't stop her or judge her and wanted to support her even though I was pro life. She then asked me to drive her to the appointment, although I don't judge her and can't stop her I just couldn't do it. I refused but now many of out close friends are very upset that I wouldn't do it. What should I do?

I’m glad you are being supportive for your friend, even through these difficult times. And I’m sorry that you were put in such a difficult situation, I know how hard it is when you find out a friend is having/going to have an abortion.
However, you said you talked with her about your feelings? I then assume that it was apparent that you are opposed to abortion. I honestly believe that she never should have asked you in the first place, having known that you are Pro Life in values. I know I wouldn’t be mentally strong enough to go into a clinic knowing what happens in there. I get extremely anxious even thinking about it and would probably have a breakdown.
For your friends that are upset that you wouldn’t take her, I would just ignore it. However, I hate confrontation. If you feel that this is overwhelming your friendships, I would talk with them individually about why you refuse to actively participate in an abortion. I say individually because when it’s you against a group, you may feel that they’re ganging up on you and get defensive.
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PLP

Anonymous asked:

The "war on women" isn't the fact that abortions are being opposed. The real war on women is telling them that if there is a crisis pregnancy, it makes more sense to end the pregnancy & not the crisis. The war on women is not educating them on the importance of birth control. The war on women is purposely ignoring the fact that there is adoption and plan b. the war on women is planned parenthood's lies to women to make a profit. The war on women is telling them that pregnancy=inadequate. Truth.

pro-choice-or-no-voice:

prolifeproblems:

rcsolstice:

prolifeproblems:

^x10
Eliminate the crisis, not the pregnancy.

PLP

And just ignore any cases where the pregnancy is the crisis and insist that you know what pregnant people want better than they do. Not everyone is obligated to want to be pregnant. 

A pregnancy should be a crisis, excluding health complications.  Which is why I advocate for paid maternal leave and more support for families in need of it, against poverty and the social stigmas of being a pregnant woman or single parent.

But why are you ignoring cases where the person simply does not want to be pregnant?

-Peach

Simply not being pregnant is not a justification for taking a human life.

Anonymous asked:

The "war on women" isn't the fact that abortions are being opposed. The real war on women is telling them that if there is a crisis pregnancy, it makes more sense to end the pregnancy & not the crisis. The war on women is not educating them on the importance of birth control. The war on women is purposely ignoring the fact that there is adoption and plan b. the war on women is planned parenthood's lies to women to make a profit. The war on women is telling them that pregnancy=inadequate. Truth.

rcsolstice:

prolifeproblems:

^x10
Eliminate the crisis, not the pregnancy.

PLP

And just ignore any cases where the pregnancy is the crisis and insist that you know what pregnant people want better than they do. Not everyone is obligated to want to be pregnant. 

A pregnancy should be a crisis, excluding health complications.  Which is why I advocate for paid maternal leave and more support for families in need of it, against poverty and the social stigmas of being a pregnant woman or single parent.

One time after March for life I was reading news articles and I found one in the washington post about the rally at the Verizon Center and it spent like a paragraph talking about the girls wearing the “Light blue ‘I AM PRO LIFE SHIRTS” at the top of section 225B that laughed when they talked about chastity.  And then I checked my ticket to be sure and that was me and my friend.

Anonymous asked:

And (sorry if I'm spamming your inbox!) there was one pro-choice person I saw at the march. Guess they weren't dedicated enough!

You would think there would be more counter-protesters to the biggest annual Pro Life demonstration there is. It’s not like we change the date or location every year.
And my inbox loves to be spammed. Every time I see I have a message I make a really happy face. Trust me on this one.

PLP

mrsrhettbutler asked:

Forget what I just wrote about capitalizing God. I realized she was playing for our team.

A team mindset is probably not the best to have. Pro Life is team everyone, even abortionists, even murderers, and people looked down on by society. We’re team human. There is only one team.

PLP

Anonymous asked:

This blog should be followed by everyone! :)

D’aww, that’s so sweet.

PLP