Anonymous asked: If you truly valued and respected life you would respect a living persons personal decisions.
a living persons decision to kill another innocent living person? I dont think so.
#265 Because of Missouri.
Missouri, U.S. Population: 6,044,171.
How are these things even remotely related?
Like wow you can also get an abortion but you need a license to drive, end car owner oppression now.
Gee what kind of fish is this?
The comparisons are endless.
Its not that these things are directly related: its a counter argument. Pro life people believe that abortion is a murder and therefore the doctors and people getting abortions are murderers. You know what most murders are done by? GUNS. So basically, what 365reasonstobeafemenist is saying is that its easier to have access to a gun- which is what most killers use to kill- than to an abortion- which can actually save the life of the mother and save the life of the child who may or may not be being born into an impoverished family or into a bad family or may be put into the adoption system (don’t get me started on that- its horrible). That is where the connection is.
Guns kill people. Abortions can save lives. A psycho can get a gun in 0 hours and a mother who doesn’t have the means to raise a child, or simply isn’t in a position to raise a child, can not get an abortion.
Number of fatal abortions in 2010 - 765,651 (74% of which were elective due to lifestyle changes)
Please explain how guns commit more murders again?
I suppose it all depends on how you define murder based on your immoral excuses on what is and isn’t “alive”. When you can write off a child that hasn’t been born as an inanimate object, which it isn’t, then you can justify terminating it. That’s what this argument always boils down to.
Anonymous asked: You're okay with shooting people, but not aborting them. It's virtually the same thing...
Ditch the intellectual dishonest, pops.
If I shoot a person, it’s because they were trying to kill me or someone else. Abortion kills the utmost innocent who haven’t done anything, let alone anything that condemns them to death. There’s a HUGE difference.
Try again next time, you may actually put together a compelling argument.
Anonymous asked: Before you condemn abortion, I want you to realize that you won't ever experience pregnancy. You will never have to carry something that damages your body and prevents you from living a normal life for 9 months. If you are pregnant against your will, then you might as well be carrying a parasite inside of you. Women carry the burden of a man's irresponsibility. If you oppose abortion, that's nice, you'll never have to have one.
Bullshit. By that logic, you can’t complain about:
- High risk jobs
- Job mortality rates
- Lack of shelters for men
- Lack of support for male rape victims
There are more, but I’m sick and don’t feel like it. I mean, statistically you won’t have to ever experience any things like that, so you shouldn’t worry about it. Why not just say “You’ve never fixed a car, so you can’t have an opinion on how one is made?” Or “you’ve never committed a murder, so you can’t have an opinion when one happens?”
This logic is so obviously flawed, it hurts the eyes to see. Your gender does not dictate your morals and it certainly doesn’t dictate the killing of innocent children. Stop pushing tired talking points that really do nothing but show your ignorance and unwillingness to have an open and honest debate.
On top of that, if you had read my “about me” page, you would have seen I actually support exemptions for cases involving rape, incest, and health concerns. As bad as that may sound, that only accounts for roughly 4-6% of all abortions carried out in America.
Remember: Just because you’ll never experience something does not mean you can’t stand up for/against it. When you see something you see a moral imperative or an injustice, you stand up and fight it with ever fiber of your being. Just try and be honest about it next time, ok?
hey, just an fyi, the creator of five nights at freddy’s is extremely anti choice and even made a pro life video game called The Desolate Hope that’s also on steam.
if you want to play five nights, please torrent it. don’t give him any money.
Links to prove it
(Look in the comments)
Hey, so. The dude who made the game responded to people like you shitstains in the comments a long, long time ago. I guess all of you decided it made more sense to go out of your way to not give someone money for something they worked on based on what someone told you instead of actually looking into it yourself (in this case, scrolling a little bit further down a page.) If you hate it so much, why would you want to play it?
Regardless, I copy/pasted the message for you.
Hey there, usually I try not to respond to comments about my games, whether positive or negative, because I understand that some people will like them and some people won’t. I respect everyone’s opinions. I’m an amateur game maker, I’ve never pretended to be anything else. :o)
But in this case I feel that it’s important to clarify the intent and message in The Desolate Hope. For the most part, reactions have been very positive toward the game, and it’s ending as well, but I wanted to address these concerns about the ending and message, and share some about how I feel on the subject.
Concerning the dedication at the end of the game reading “This game is dedicated to the children who never saw childhood.”, I would encourage everyone to read it to be exactly what it says and nothing more. That statement isn’t a political view on abortion. I have an aunt whose baby was strangled by it’s own umbilical cord in the womb. I know another woman whose baby died for unknown reasons in the final weeks before delivery; she had to give birth to a dead baby (I can’t imagine how awful that had to be). I have a good friend who had a miscarriage only a few weeks into her pregnancy, and while some certainly wouldn’t consider that a baby yet, it was a child to her and she cried for weeks, even naming her “Willow”. A friend of mine from high school had a young daughter who drown in a swimming pool when she was 2. With those children in mind, I absolutely dedicate my game to the children who never saw childhood, because they die from hunger, from natural causes, from unnatural causes, from accidents, and from unknown reasons, every day. Everyone reading this forum has lived a full life already compared to the millions who barely taste it.
I did however, remove the dedication from the actual game because of the potential for people to interpret it the wrong way. That only hurts the message of the game, which is one of love and not of hate, and certainly nothing political.
And concerning the message of the game, it WAS about choice. It wasn’t about abortion rights or stem cell research or anything like that. It was about the power behind taking something- something small and insignificant by any standards, something that has no right to exist and wouldn’t exist, and then someone choosing to give it importance and give it meaning. The baby in my story is similar, it’s implied as being not completely natural, probably grown from a test tube for the purpose of research, and had no right on it’s own to exist, and certainly not to expect a childhood or a normal life. But the game is about the power of a choice, to GIVE that, against all odds and expectations, a life to something that wouldn’t have had it otherwise. That is something powerful and something beautiful. It’s the same when someone chooses to adopt a child, you are giving a childhood to someone who wouldn’t have had it otherwise.
Is that principal all about abortion? No. Can it apply to abortion? Of course it can. Lets say that a woman is pregnant, maybe she doesn’t want to be, maybe it’s a product of rape. Whatever the circumstances are, they’re bad, and no one would blame her for aborting that pregnancy. But now imagine if, of her own free will, going against everyone and everything around her, she chose to keep it. Maybe she even died in childbirth for that baby as a result of that choice. As appalling as that example is- if a mother made that choice, would you accuse her of hate, or of love?
So I understand that there are very heated debates and strong opinions about this, and angry people on both sides who fan the flames. But this game was made with good intentions, with love, and with children in mind from my own experiences who I wish could be that little girl from my game, getting the childhood they never had in real life.
Fun fact: Many people oppose abortion for non-religious reasons.
If you are a Christian you believe that a child that is killed goes to heaven or in other words paradise.
If you are a Darwinist you believe that each new child is a miracle that came about against the Odds, and that if that life is snuffed out that persons existence is over, the miracle of their existence snuffed out before realized, lost to eternity.
Non religious people should be more fervent.
No, not all Christians believe an [unbaptized] child will go to heaven. Every sect of Christianity is different, you can’t make a generalization like that and be correct.
Irrelevant. The sentiment of this post is valid and beautiful.
Anonymous asked: I've had 3 abortions! Tell me how awful I am? Shame me, I know it's what you truly want to do. Uhhhhhhh.
What I truly want to do is just be here with an open mind and heart. I’ve never shamed or have any desire to shame post abortive women. If you ever need to talk to someone, I’m here.
Please, don’t ever think for a minute that just because I’m pro-life that I’m unapproachable.
That backfired on anon. Beautifully said, mother-child-life.
Y’all wanna hear a joke?
hebibaby06 asked: How are you for liberty when women can't even make a decision about their own body. Abortion is never synonymous with murder. Fetuses aren't sentient.
Liberty is abiding by the constraints of the Constitution and getting the federal government as much out of the lives of the citizens as possible. If you abide by the Constitution, you have to ask yourself: “Who is speaking up for the unborn’s right to life?”
Also, medical science is quickly turning against the whole “a fetus is just a lump of cells” argument. The more we learn, the more we realize how wrong we’ve been.
- Day 1 - conception takes place.
- 7 days - tiny human implants in mother’s uterus.
- 10 days - mother’s menses stop.
- 14 days - recoils from external stimuli.
- 18 days - heart begins to beat.
- 21 days - pumps own blood through separate closed circulatory system with own blood type.
- 28 days - eye, ear and respiratory system begin to form.
- 42 days - brain waves recorded, skeleton complete, reflexes present.
- 7 weeks - photos of thumbsucking have been documented.
- 8 weeks - all body systems present.
- 9 weeks - squints, swallows, moves tongue, makes fist.
- 11 weeks - spontaneous breathing movements, has fingernails, all body systems working.
- 12 weeks - weighs one ounce.
- 16 weeks - genital organs clearly differentiated, grasps with hands, swims, kicks, turns, somersaults, (still not felt by the mother.)
- 18 weeks - vocal cords work – can cry.
- 20 weeks - has hair on head, weighs one pound, 12 inches long.
- 23 weeks - 15% chance of viability outside of womb if birth premature.*
- 24 weeks - 56% of babies survive premature birth.
- 25 weeks - 79% of babies survive premature birth.
(Source: M. Allen et. al., “The Limits of Viability.” New England Journal of Medicine. 11/25/93: Vol. 329, No. 22, p. 1597.)