This is true, but largely (and I know this from growing up in a
neighborhood where probably 90% of the girls were pregnant by 16) it has to
do with not using birth control in the first place. Granted they're
children, so they don't think ahead, but I think my point still holds.
From: Amara Graps <email@example.com>
From: firstname.lastname@example.org Tue, 18 Jan 2000 09:44:53,
Re: atheist and anti-abortionist points-of-view:
> Given the ease of access to birth control, I don't think the 'woman's
>body' argument holds, since conception can be prevented why should a child
>suffer? Hope that answers the question.
The best birth control methods are not 100% reliable. Accidents happen.
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