Originally Posted by aelle
Actually, I see it more in terms of a continuous curve rather than a cutoff point - and that curve goes way beyond birth. To me, before there is sentience and the possibility of pain, any choices are valid. When you have full sentience, you get to make your own choices. Between the two, it's a tradeoff between your interests and the interests of your caretaker that's very situation-dependent - and most women do weigh both parties' interests before deciding whether to continue a pregnancy or not.
This is a really good description imo.
The morning-after pill prevents conception |
I thought it prevented conception and implantation, if it was already conceived?