You basically said that these women were unstable anyhow, and it was nothing to do with the abortion.
I said no such thing. I said that there are markers, and that all women need to be properly psychologically vetted and counselled before they go through such a procedure. And it should be for a doctor to decide.
You really know absolutely nothing about this, all of your comments are based on questionable 'research' and an extraordinarily patronising attitude.
I've linked to scientific university papers
, wikipedia, and documents which are directly linked to the findings of the world health organisation, and the countries own internal figures from various ministries and departments. How are they questionable. Would you prefer me to pull the figures out of my arse as you are doing? You've provided no figures, no studies, you've talked about your opinion and given anecdotes, you haven't quoted anyone but yourself.
Where life begins is a real philosophical question. It's hardly nonsense. The great philosophers have been discussing it since time began. We base our modern laws on philosophy and science. From my perspective, you guys seem to be avoiding all the difficult questions, or just don't want to broach them, or are just plain uncomfortable discussing them. There's no corners. I haven't done any back-pedalling, I haven't changed any goalposts. I haven't used emotive language. I haven't tried to force my view onto anyone. There's no corner here. It's not a F*king boxing ring.
So ... whatever you do, do not patronise those of us who have had several experiences that you have never, and will never, have.
I'm not patronising you because of your experience. It's just you seem to think that your experience is the be all and end all, and anything else is a "dodgy paper", even if it is linked to real, scientific, university and NGO studies. I'm not asking you to believe me. I'm asking you to look at the studies.