That aside I find your pro-choice view reasonable. But then we both know the debate isn't ruled by those of us with reason on either side of the issue. The loud-shouters and cheerleaders have the field and suck the air out of the room.
A woman undergoing an abortion is not clicking her heels. It's not like changing hair color. I guess you don't know anyone who has had one if you can describe it like that. There is a poster here who described her experience and she certainly wasn't.
All of the women whom I know who have had an abortion, thought long and hard about it. It wasn't a cavalier or capricious decision. They considered if there was a way to go through with the pregnancy, but none were in the position to do so. Relationship status, economics, the response of their family and continuing with their education were amongst the reasons they chose to abort. It's not a happy day. Why would I want lots of women to go through that? They aren't monsters and all of them became mothers later.
Thank you. I wish the reasonable of either side controlled the debate. Sucking is a great adjective for what goes on in the place of clear headed discussion.
So if you want it to be rare, you must be placing some sort of moral relevance on it. If you have to think long and hard about having an abortion, something must be tugging at your heartstrings about it. Maybe it's NOT just a clump of cells. Maybe it's a human being.