In this argument, pro-choice is the answer.

"Choice," like "life," is a powerful, positive word, and the use of"pro-choice" is especially unfair, critics charge, when the other side isreferred to as "anti- abortion.

Abortion is a pretty cut and dry topic; you are either Pro-Life or Pro-Choice.

But careful examination of stories published and broadcast reveals scores of examples, large and small, that can only becharacterized as unfair to the opponents of abortion, either in content, tone,choice of language or prominence of play:


It is a matter of individual assessment.

Pro-life and pro-choice advocates beliefs on abortion differs morally, lawfully and ethically.

Laws which legitimize the direct killing of innocent human beings through abortion or euthanasia are in complete opposition to the inviolable right to life proper to every individual; they thus deny the equality of everyone before the law.


39 ProChoice Arguments - ThingsEternal Creations

Obama has made a great point, he supports the practice of abortion, but its up to the states to decide whether they want to help the pregnant women or not....

on Abortion 39 ProChoice Arguments

The two factions involved in this controversy are poles apart in their views on abortion: where as the pro-choice movement contends that a woman’s right to abortion is absolute, the pro-life movement asserts that a fetus’s right to life is indisputable.

Abortion pro life vs pro choice

When political activity comes up against moral principles that do not admit of exception, compromise or derogation, the Catholic commitment becomes more evident and laden with responsibility. In the face of fundamental and inalienable ethical demands, Christians must recognize that what is at stake is the essence of the moral law, which concerns the integral good of the human person. This is the case with laws concerning abortion and euthanasia (not to be confused with the decision to forgo extraordinary treatments, which is morally legitimate). Such laws must defend the basic right to life from conception to natural death.

Should men have rights in abortion? - Pro-Choice Forum

Here's the complicated reality in which we live: All life is not equal. That's a difficult thing for liberals like me to talk about, lest we wind up looking like death-panel-loving, kill-your-grandma-and-your-precious-baby storm troopers. Yet a fetus can be a human life without having the same rights as the woman in whose body it resides. She's the boss. Her life and what is right for her circumstances and her health should automatically trump the rights of the non-autonomous entity inside of her. Always.

As a matter of pure logic, the claim is an absurdity.

When we on the pro-choice side get cagey around the life question, it makes us illogically contradictory. I have friends who have referred to their abortions in terms of "scraping out a bunch of cells" and then a few years later were exultant over the pregnancies that they unhesitatingly described in terms of "the baby" and "this kid." I know women who have been relieved at their abortions and grieved over their miscarriages. Why can't we agree that how they felt about their pregnancies was vastly different, but that it's pretty silly to pretend that what was growing inside of them wasn't the same? Fetuses aren't selective like that. They don't qualify as human life only if they're intended to be born.