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Posted 2 years ago
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catholiclifeguard:

Part of the Mother’s Body?
The slogan, “My Body, My Choice,” betrays a tragic misunderstanding of what is taking place inside the womb.   At no point in pregnancy is the developing embryo or fetus simply a part of the mother’s body.
There are a number of clear biological facts, and all sorts of legal  precedents, that easily refute the claim that the embryo or fetus is simply part  of the mother’s body. 
1)  An individual’s body parts all share the same genetic code.  If the unborn  child were actually a part of the mother’s body, the unborn’s cells would have  the same genetic code as the cells of the mother.  This is not the case.   Every  cell of the unborn’s body is genetically distinct from every cell in the  mother’s body. 
2)  In many cases, the blood type of the unborn child is different than the  blood type of the mother.   Since one body cannot function with two different  blood types, this is clearly not the mother’s blood. 
3)  In half of all pregnancies, the unborn child is a male, meaning that even  the sex of the child is different from the mother. 
4)  As Randy Alcorn states in his book Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments, “A Chinese  zygote implanted in a Swedish woman will always be Chinese, not Swedish, because  his identity is based on his genetic code, not on that of the body in which he  resides.” 
5)  It is possible for a fetus to die while the mother lives, and it is  possible for the mother to die while the fetus lives. This could not be true if  the mother and child were simply one person. 
6) When the embryo implants in the lining of the uterus, it emits chemical  substances which weaken the woman’s immune system within the uterus so that this  tiny “foreign” body is not rejected by the woman’s body.  Were this tiny embryo  simply “part of the woman’s body” there would be no need to locally disable the  woman’s immunities. 
7)  It is illegal to execute a pregnant woman on death row because the fetus  living inside her is a distinct human being who cannot be executed for the  crimes of the mother (International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Article  6.5). 
8)  When Scott Peterson killed his pregnant wife, Laci, he was  convicted on two counts of murder. 
9)  Sir Albert Lilley (the “Father of Fetology”) made this  observation in a 1970 speech entitled “The Termination of Pregnancy or the  Extermination of the Fetus?” 

Physiologically, we must accept that the conceptus is, in a very large  measure, in charge of the pregnancy…. Biologically, at no stage can we  subscribe to the view that the fetus is a mere appendage of the mother…. It is  the embryo who stops his mother’s periods and makes her womb habitable by  developing a placenta and a protective capsule of fluid for himself. He  regulates his own amniotic fluid volume and although women speak of their waters  breaking or their membranes rupturing, these structures belong to the fetus.  And  finally, it is the fetus, not the mother, who decides when labor should be  initiated. 

To put it simply, women don’t have four arms and four legs when they’re  pregnant.   Those extra appendages belong to the tiny human being(s) living inside  of them.   At no point in pregnancy is the developing embryo or fetus  simply a part of the mother’s body. 

http://www.abort73.com/abortion/mothers_body/

Amen.

Read this, prochoice ppl. It’s another life, you should have made the choice not to have unprotected sex in the first place

if-god-had-a-tumblr:

catholiclifeguard:

Part of the Mother’s Body?

The slogan, “My Body, My Choice,” betrays a tragic misunderstanding of what is taking place inside the womb.   At no point in pregnancy is the developing embryo or fetus simply a part of the mother’s body.

There are a number of clear biological facts, and all sorts of legal precedents, that easily refute the claim that the embryo or fetus is simply part of the mother’s body.

1)  An individual’s body parts all share the same genetic code.  If the unborn child were actually a part of the mother’s body, the unborn’s cells would have the same genetic code as the cells of the mother.  This is not the case.   Every cell of the unborn’s body is genetically distinct from every cell in the mother’s body.

2)  In many cases, the blood type of the unborn child is different than the blood type of the mother.   Since one body cannot function with two different blood types, this is clearly not the mother’s blood.

3)  In half of all pregnancies, the unborn child is a male, meaning that even the sex of the child is different from the mother.

4)  As Randy Alcorn states in his book Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments, “A Chinese zygote implanted in a Swedish woman will always be Chinese, not Swedish, because his identity is based on his genetic code, not on that of the body in which he resides.”

5)  It is possible for a fetus to die while the mother lives, and it is possible for the mother to die while the fetus lives. This could not be true if the mother and child were simply one person.

6) When the embryo implants in the lining of the uterus, it emits chemical substances which weaken the woman’s immune system within the uterus so that this tiny “foreign” body is not rejected by the woman’s body.  Were this tiny embryo simply “part of the woman’s body” there would be no need to locally disable the woman’s immunities.

7)  It is illegal to execute a pregnant woman on death row because the fetus living inside her is a distinct human being who cannot be executed for the crimes of the mother (International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Article 6.5).

8)  When Scott Peterson killed his pregnant wife, Laci, he was convicted on two counts of murder.

9)  Sir Albert Lilley (the “Father of Fetology”) made this observation in a 1970 speech entitled “The Termination of Pregnancy or the Extermination of the Fetus?”

Physiologically, we must accept that the conceptus is, in a very large measure, in charge of the pregnancy…. Biologically, at no stage can we subscribe to the view that the fetus is a mere appendage of the mother…. It is the embryo who stops his mother’s periods and makes her womb habitable by developing a placenta and a protective capsule of fluid for himself. He regulates his own amniotic fluid volume and although women speak of their waters breaking or their membranes rupturing, these structures belong to the fetus.  And finally, it is the fetus, not the mother, who decides when labor should be initiated.

To put it simply, women don’t have four arms and four legs when they’re pregnant.   Those extra appendages belong to the tiny human being(s) living inside of them.   At no point in pregnancy is the developing embryo or fetus simply a part of the mother’s body.


http://www.abort73.com/abortion/mothers_body/

Amen.

Read this, prochoice ppl. It’s another life, you should have made the choice not to have unprotected sex in the first place