Roe v. Wade overturned?

Taxslave2

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Taking a life is murder.

There are and have always been options other than murder for the sake of vanity. There are 3 valid reasons for abortion, the rest are vanity based excuses.

43 preventative choices available so it is all bullshit excuses. Do men need to take the initiative to educate women on these options? Female ignorance is not a valid reason for murder.

My daughter isn't ignorant of the consequences. If one of the 43 preventative options failed she would have all the support in the world from family and community. It's not a fucking tragedy.
Again, what has murder got to do with abortion?
 

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Ohio man guilty of raping a 9-year-old who travelled for legal abortion gets life sentence
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Published Jul 05, 2023 • Last updated 1 day ago • 2 minute read

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A man who confessed to raping and impregnating a 9-year-old Ohio girl has been sentenced to life in prison in a case that became a national flashpoint on abortion rights because the girl had to travel out of state to end the pregnancy.


Gerson Fuentes, 28, was sentenced to life in prison, but his plea deal stipulates that he can seek parole after serving 25 to 30 years. He would then have to register as a sex offender.


Common Pleas Court Judge Julie Lynch, who was not required to approve the plea agreement, said the girl’s family “begged” the judge to back it. Lynch called the deal a “very hard pill for this court to swallow.”

“Anyone who’s ever been in this courtroom for the last 20 years knows how this court feels about these babies, young people, being violated,” Lynch said. “However, today, by the request of the family, this court will be sentencing without comment.”

The maximum sentence would have been life without parole. Settling the case before trial will spare the survivor from having to testify in court.


Zachary Olah, an attorney who represented Fuentes, told The Columbus Dispatch after the hearing that his client has been cooperative since the beginning.

“He was anxious to get this resolved,” Olah said.

The girl, who turned 10 before having the abortion, confirmed that Fuentes attacked her, Franklin County prosecutors have said, and Fuentes confessed to Columbus police detectives. DNA testing of the aborted fetus confirmed Fuentes was the father, prosecutors said.

Fuentes, who is from Guatemala and was living in Columbus, had been held without bond since his arrest. If he eventually wins parole, he would likely be deported given that authorities have said they have not found any evidence he is authorized to live in the U.S. legally.


The case gained national attention after Dr. Caitlin Bernard of Indianapolis said a 10-year-old child had to travel to Indiana to terminate a pregnancy because Ohio banned the procedure at the first detectable fetal heartbeat. Some 25 states have banned or restricted abortion since the Supreme Court struck down Roe, though many of the new laws are still being litigated.

Indiana’s state Medical Licensing Board voted in May to reprimand Bernard, finding that she violated patient privacy laws when she told a newspaper reporter about the case, even without revealing directly protected information like the survivor’s name or address.

The board rejected accusations from Indiana’s Republican attorney general that Bernard violated state law by not reporting the child abuse to Indiana authorities. Board members also rejected a request to suspend the doctor’s medical licence. Instead, it fined Bernard $3,000 for the violations, but issued no restrictions on her practicing medicine.
 

Serryah

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So not only health care for trans people, but anyone who has an abortion is now going to have their records seized by the state.

As someone asked in comments to this - wonder if these AG's want to have THEIR medical records turned over to the public to see what THEY have going on.



Oh look, the state with absolutely NO abortion right what so ever wants in too.

Guess women don't mean jack shit to th...

"Lynn Fitch".

Wow; who would'a thought a woman could be a total cunt to other women... and people in general.
 
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So not only health care for trans people, but anyone who has an abortion is now going to have their records seized by the state.

As someone asked in comments to this - wonder if these AG's want to have THEIR medical records turned over to the public to see what THEY have going on.



Oh look, the state with absolutely NO abortion right what so ever wants in too.

Guess women don't mean jack shit to th...

"Lynn Fitch".

Wow; who would'a thought a woman could be a total cunt to other women... and people in general.
Who would have thought calling a woman the c word is acceptable?
 
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If gentials have fuck all to do with gender why are surgical modifications and hormones "gender affirming"?
It's certainly not Healthcare. It's demeaning a human being by suggesting they're not "good enough" as they are so they need to physically make changes to their bodies to make them "feel better." In the end, nothing changes at all & the changes won't make then feel any better about themselves since everything they've been told is a lie!
 

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I know a woman who was badly burned as a teenager, including her shoulder, breast, and face.

Once she was finally healed up and back to function, they did plastic surgery on her to enhance the burned breast until it matched her other one, smoothing and hiding the burn scars on her chest and shoulders, and re-doing her face (making it very attractive in the process). None of these was necessary for function.

Was that "Healthcare?"
 

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I know a woman who was badly burned as a teenager, including her shoulder, breast, and face.

Once she was finally healed up and back to function, they did plastic surgery on her to enhance the burned breast until it matched her other one, smoothing and hiding the burn scars on her chest and shoulders, and re-doing her face (making it very attractive in the process). None of these was necessary for function.

Was that "Healthcare?"
In some Canadian provinces, the answer is no. That would not be covered by the provincial health plan. It would be elective and paid for by the patient or private insurance.

I am not saying I agree with this position but that is a line drawn by the government every day as to what is and what is not covered. Plastic surgery is almost always not covered.
 
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In some Canadian provinces, the answer is no. That would not be covered by the provincial health plan. It would be elective and paid for by the patient or private insurance.

I am not saying I agree with this position but that is a line drawn by the government every day as to what is and what is not covered. Plastic surgery is almost always not covered.
My sister was burnt in a school fire and the burns were over 75% of her body. Unfortunately, she wears her scars to this day & no amount of plastic surgery will improve her looks. I am so sorry that my mom didn't take the Shriners up to send her to the U.S. where, at the time, they may have had better treatments for her. This lady is fortunate if she can get back to how she looked (or close to) what she did look like prior to being burnt. She is truly fortunate.
 

petros

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In some Canadian provinces, the answer is no. That would not be covered by the provincial health plan. It would be elective and paid for by the patient or private insurance.

I am not saying I agree with this position but that is a line drawn by the government every day as to what is and what is not covered. Plastic surgery is almost always not covered.
Reconstructive is different than a vanity thing. Even some vanity things are covered.
 
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petros

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Oopsies! I dont think she was supposed to say that.


 

Taxslave2

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The feds have now made up to $75000 available to employees for "gender affirming" surgery. Meanwhile, cancer patients can't get timely treatment in Canada and are being sent to the US by our government.