Pro Choice

Good evening, let’s jump in.

I wrote the below post for my personal Facebook page.

I believe it is important to share here.

Today we see the importance of having clear laws made by congress. Our freedom should have been made law and not pushed off to judges. Our rights shouldn’t be overturned by nine people. We are the people a government of the people, by the people and we have the right to bodily autonomy.

We shouldn’t lose our rights to illegitimate judges who were put in positions because of how they would rule on cases with their religious and personal biases. They lied under oath about this specific case, saying it’s the law of the land and then overturning Roe vs. Wade at the first chance they got.

I know for some people today is one of victory and what they believe a long standing injustice. I don’t hold those beliefs. The below is why.

The Post

Just to be clear I believe in woman’s bodily autonomy. My belief is as valid as anyone else’s. But my belief shouldn’t infringe upon another person’s.

I understand the argument from both sides. The decision shouldn’t belong to the federal government or the state but the individual. That is how personal the decision is. Forcing births by removing the choice is violation of a persons life and will.

I understand that we view the fetus as a miracle and life as precious. I believe the same about the mother that is; over the child that would be. I’m not pro abortion, I’m pro choice.

You don’t have to agree with me. But the fact is there are plenty of states now dictating to women what they can and cannot do with their bodies.

What the future holds

I don’t know what direction I will take the blog from here. For me I want to and will continue to encourage you and myself to pursue our best lives and do it in service to others. And that service is what I can lend my voice to.