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  1. SilencioBarnes
    SilencioBarnes April 23, 2010 at 11:48 pm | | Reply

    Abortion, Why is it Such a Big Deal? Pro-choice, Pro-life, but What About Pro-Freedom?| http://j.mp/9lvhCY
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  2. SilencioBarnes
    SilencioBarnes April 24, 2010 at 12:37 am | | Reply

    RE: As I do not, and probably never will have a uterus, I couldn’t even begin to understand. I think that’s one of the… http://disq.us/dlff1
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  3. AmberLaRaeRose
    AmberLaRaeRose April 23, 2010 at 8:18 pm | | Reply

    the burdens and privileges of having a uterus can be quite strenuous at times.

  4. AmberLaRaeRose
    AmberLaRaeRose April 23, 2010 at 8:18 pm | | Reply

    the burdens and privileges of having a uterus can be quite strenuous at times.

  5. AmberLaRaeRose
    AmberLaRaeRose April 23, 2010 at 8:18 pm | | Reply

    the burdens and privileges of having a uterus can be quite strenuous at times.

  6. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 23, 2010 at 8:37 pm | | Reply

    As I do not, and probably never will have a uterus, I couldn't even begin to understand. I think that's one of the very basic problems of this overall situation. The majority of lawmakers and policy makers are men. The majority of women that are in a position to do anything are widely influenced by those same men that are in power. Men who have no idea and couldn't possibly have too much of a say on the subject somehow have almost ALL the say on it :)) Definitely a sideways world we live in.

  7. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 23, 2010 at 8:37 pm | | Reply

    As I do not, and probably never will have a uterus, I couldn't even begin to understand. I think that's one of the very basic problems of this overall situation. The majority of lawmakers and policy makers are men. The majority of women that are in a position to do anything are widely influenced by those same men that are in power. Men who have no idea and couldn't possibly have too much of a say on the subject somehow have almost ALL the say on it :)) Definitely a sideways world we live in.

  8. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 23, 2010 at 8:37 pm | | Reply

    As I do not, and probably never will have a uterus, I couldn't even begin to understand. I think that's one of the very basic problems of this overall situation. The majority of lawmakers and policy makers are men. The majority of women that are in a position to do anything are widely influenced by those same men that are in power. Men who have no idea and couldn't possibly have too much of a say on the subject somehow have almost ALL the say on it :)) Definitely a sideways world we live in.

  9. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 23, 2010 at 8:37 pm | | Reply

    As I do not, and probably never will have a uterus, I couldn't even begin to understand. I think that's one of the very basic problems of this overall situation. The majority of lawmakers and policy makers are men. The majority of women that are in a position to do anything are widely influenced by those same men that are in power. Men who have no idea and couldn't possibly have too much of a say on the subject somehow have almost ALL the say on it :)) Definitely a sideways world we live in.

  10. Arob
    Arob April 24, 2010 at 3:15 am | | Reply

    I agree with your stance on this. You can murder a living breathing human being, but you better watch your back if you even think about harming this parasitic bundle of cells…Hmmm….that's kinda harsh, but really! Let's try out well, not getting pregnant for a change of pace…. What do you know…no pregnancy….no need for an abortion. Rape is one thing, but laying down irresponsibly and then having these folks to defend you after the fact doesn't seem all that logical either…

  11. SilencioBarnes
    SilencioBarnes April 24, 2010 at 5:34 am | | Reply

    Abortion, Why is it Such a Big Deal? Pro-choice, Pro-life, but What About Pro-Freedom?: Abortion. A loaded topi… http://bit.ly/a8K478 #sb
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  12. SilencioBarnes
    SilencioBarnes April 24, 2010 at 5:40 pm | | Reply

    RE: Well, there’s a bit of a debate as to whether they can be considered parasitic or not. I looked it up while I was … http://disq.us/dlgcj
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  13. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 24, 2010 at 1:40 pm | | Reply

    Well, there's a bit of a debate as to whether they can be considered parasitic or not. I looked it up while I was writing this article 😛

    As far as not getting pregnant, I agree, and it's a good idea…but ultimately not realistic. People are biologically geared to have sex. Procreation is what the human animal is all about. Might as well tell fish not to swim :))

  14. SilencioBarnes
    SilencioBarnes April 26, 2010 at 11:02 pm | | Reply

    My traffic has gone down a lot…probably due to my domain set to expire, but my abortion article seems quite popular – http://j.mp/9lvhCY
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  15. Alida
    Alida April 26, 2010 at 8:16 pm | | Reply

    Yes abortion is a heated subject, but I for one believe in castration. In my 21 yrs of age I have to admit to having lots of sex, yet I have never been pregnant. Involuntary pregnancy to me is an excuse that man and woman with low levels of intelligence cling to. What you tripped fell on a dick, it busted inside and you were too dumb founded to get the emergency contraception pill. Way too many woman in this country are using abortion as a form of contraception and although I don't disagree that freedom should prevail I also don't agree with quick fixes to bland stupidity! Yes there are way too many people in the world, but how about implementing an IQ test to birth ready females and sperm busting Males in order to determine if they should be castrated or not? As we do not choose our parents some of from womb are condemned to a horrific life due to the ignorance and low intelligence levels of our parents.

  16. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 27, 2010 at 1:05 am | | Reply

    Castration is a tough sell :)) It's still done in many places for various reasons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castration#In_humans) but if such a thing was implemented in this country, the powers that be would damn sure use it to keep minorities and other undesirables from spreading their seed too far :)) I bet you they would.

    However, as the child of a 15 year old girl and a 17 year old boy, I gotta say, sometimes I'm glad I wasn't yanked out with a metal coat hanger :))

    Also, despite everything, there is definitely a such thing as accidental pregnancy. Life WANTS to be created sometimes and no amount of contraception will stop it. As far as abortion as a contraceptive goes, I've seen a lot of that in my day, and see even more of it in the younger generation today. I don't like it, but my stance is, no matter how it happens, if they want to get rid of the fetus, then it's completely up to them to do it or not. The world will keep spinning, and people will still keep doing what they doing whether somebody has a child or not.

    All in all, I like your harsh words. I appreciate that in people. Truly.

  17. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 27, 2010 at 1:05 am | | Reply

    Castration is a tough sell :)) It's still done in many places for various reasons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castration#In_humans) but if such a thing was implemented in this country, the powers that be would damn sure use it to keep minorities and other undesirables from spreading their seed too far :)) I bet you they would.

    However, as the child of a 15 year old girl and a 17 year old boy, I gotta say, sometimes I'm glad I wasn't yanked out with a metal coat hanger :))

    Also, despite everything, there is definitely a such thing as accidental pregnancy. Life WANTS to be created sometimes and no amount of contraception will stop it. As far as abortion as a contraceptive goes, I've seen a lot of that in my day, and see even more of it in the younger generation today. I don't like it, but my stance is, no matter how it happens, if they want to get rid of the fetus, then it's completely up to them to do it or not. The world will keep spinning, and people will still keep doing what they doing whether somebody has a child or not.

    All in all, I like your harsh words. I appreciate that in people. Truly.

  18. SilencioBarnes
    SilencioBarnes April 27, 2010 at 5:05 am | | Reply

    RE: Castration is a tough sell :)) It’s still done in many places for various reasons (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castration http://disq.us/dllcf
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  19. SilencioBarnes
    SilencioBarnes April 27, 2010 at 10:38 pm | | Reply

    RE: Here’s where you cross from the physical to the metaphysical. If you can accept that if you get pregnant, then you… http://disq.us/dln5s
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  20. Alida
    Alida April 27, 2010 at 5:47 pm | | Reply

    And if Life was ever to happen to me, as protected and careful as I am, Abortion would not even be an option because obviously it was meant to happen. Yet I'm sorry I am not a believer in accidents and Let heaven be damn If I am the exception on that 99.99999%.

  21. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 27, 2010 at 6:38 pm | | Reply

    Here's where you cross from the physical to the metaphysical. If you can accept that if you get pregnant, then you suppose it was just meant to happen, then that would go for everybody that gets pregnant no matter the why or how it happens 😉

    The idea that accidents can't happen would imply that outside of just not having sex at all, then there is a 100% effective contraceptive method out there somewhere :))

  22. Alida
    Alida April 27, 2010 at 7:34 pm | | Reply

    No it would not apply to everyone! I take care of myself! I don't have ten baby daddy's whose dick I mistakenly tripped on and now on my 20th pregnancy I decided that abortion is my best method of birth control! Yes Gross exaggeration. Yet I hate kids, just as much as I hate stupid baby mamas (not all just ignorant, stupid baby mamas). As I said, I have had plenty of sex, lived with a man for 3 years and never have I had a slight doubt that I could be pregnant, I am smarter than that. For the life I want kids and abortions are an awful inconvenience. Not that I disagree with abortion, I just hate that this freedom just as all the “freedom” granted to us in our nation is grossly abused, and honestly I am disgusted. Daycare in high school are you shitting me! I almost threw up when I saw that in William Allen High when I moved to Allentown. Every aspect of the system sex education, abortion regulation, and welfare programs are design to dumb us down and yes many people I know should have been abortions yet I am damn Happy that my mother in a third world country decided that I wasn't going to be one regardless of not having the manipulated freebies (focus on manipulated, not really free but a great burden ultimately) offered by the great U.S!

  23. SilencioBarnes
    SilencioBarnes April 28, 2010 at 12:58 am | | Reply

    RE: Yea…the daycare in high school thing did throw me off a little when I first started hearing about it :)) I didn’… http://disq.us/dlnf1
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  24. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 27, 2010 at 8:58 pm | | Reply

    Yea…the daycare in high school thing did throw me off a little when I first started hearing about it :)) I didn't even know they did it in the schools out here…guess that explains where all these high school girls are taking all of these babies that I see them with 😛

    Somehow you managed to remind me of an old Big L lyric.

    “You ain't a leader, what? Nobody followed you
    You was never shit, ya mother shoulda swallowed you” :))

    Ahhhh, Leeda, I find you an interesting person :))

    Anywho, you stick to your convictions and hold some strong opinions. You should start a blog!

  25. Silencio Barnes
    Silencio Barnes April 27, 2010 at 8:58 pm | | Reply

    Yea…the daycare in high school thing did throw me off a little when I first started hearing about it :)) I didn't even know they did it in the schools out here…guess that explains where all these high school girls are taking all of these babies that I see them with 😛

    Somehow you managed to remind me of an old Big L lyric.

    “You ain't a leader, what? Nobody followed you
    You was never shit, ya mother shoulda swallowed you” :))

    Ahhhh, Leeda, I find you an interesting person :))

    Anywho, you stick to your convictions and hold some strong opinions. You should start a blog!

  26. Alaska Naturals Salmon Oil
    Alaska Naturals Salmon Oil June 1, 2010 at 1:15 pm | | Reply

    he idea that accidents can't happen would imply that outside of just not having sex at all, then there is a 100% effective contraceptive method out there somewhere

  27. Alaska Naturals Salmon Oil
    Alaska Naturals Salmon Oil June 1, 2010 at 5:15 pm | | Reply

    he idea that accidents can't happen would imply that outside of just not having sex at all, then there is a 100% effective contraceptive method out there somewhere

  28. Maria Moura
    Maria Moura April 11, 2012 at 4:48 pm | | Reply

    indeed!!!

  29. Clair
    Clair April 19, 2012 at 3:37 pm | | Reply

    not bad!

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