If I am 'miserable' (and I'm not), you must be 10x as miserable.
What claim???? I never made any claims on how others feel.lol, so what, you want a medal? But the fact is I never presented their experience as some universal. I only cited it to counter your claim
Maybe you should read for comprehension then.I'm not sure what that has to do with your claims about adoption, and unfortunately for you, ignoring the very central issue to a debate isn't a means to win it
Murder as legally designated is not illegal because it offends anyone or because the act 'forces something imaginary' on others. Murder is illegal because it deprives someone of their right to life. So the whole 'it's being forced on me' doesnt work.' It's no different than gay marriage or smoking pot or playing video games...NONE Of those things affects anyone else. You may not like those things....and no one is FORCING you to do them. But they do not affect you.
We all have to live around a million things we dont like, behavior, laws, beliefs. So? There is no protection FROM that. Those things are actually PROTECTED, it's called personal liberty and free will.
Ha, I'm starting to feel like I'm describing The Handmaid's Tale....where everyone is safe because of "Freedom FROM", not "Freedom TO."
why? because he isnt forced to accept anything at all
what actually happens is the law defends her right to her body and not to be forced to risk her life against her will, thats actually what happens
and he doesnt have any power to stop it and infringe on her rights but he doesnt have to "accept" anything
in fact years later if it bothered him i bet he still wont "accept" it unless he choose too
2.) correct and meaningless to the conversation