109 minutes NSW politicians should spend before voting on abortion

As the NSW Gov’t seeks to rush through amendments to legislation on abortion today, this is a movie that people who hold strong opinions (on either side) and parliamentarians would do well to spare 109 minutes for.

It depicts Abby Johnson, the main character and director of an abortion clinic, Planned Parenthood. It shows how she came full circle when she actually got to witness an abortion live from the procedural end. Despite having two abortions that she admitted were sacrificed  “on the altar of convenience,” this event caused her to quit. 

A rather damning insight into the ‘industry’. It is really well worth watching and perhaps better education and support might be an amendment Berijiklian considers. Why not enforce child support to ensure potential deadbeat father’s to be can’t escape responsibility? Why should the state be forced to pick up the whole tab for single mothers? Maybe couples should be made to watch this movie to better educate themselves on the procedure.

Making it safe is one thing. Making people aware of the pros and cons is another. The latter seems to be woefully catered for.

Remember the stats folks. 56 million abortions every year worldwide. 50 million died in the 6 years of WWII. 20% of fetuses in Europe never make it out of the womb. To think the population crisis it faces?

Pro-Choice will argue access to proper medical facilities is paramount. There is a good point to be made to avoid dangerous backyard abortions. Perhaps better legislation will mandate that education sessions on options for pregnant women that may dissuade abortion is no bad thing. At the moment, little seems to be done in that regard. Make people better aware before making such a literally ‘life-changing‘ decision.

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