Chelsea Handler: “I Had An Abortion When I Was 16″

Chelsea Handler: "I Had An Abortion When I Was 16"

In a frank confession, talk show host Chelsea Handler opens up to The New York Times about her personal ordeal with teen pregnancy and the current reality TV shows that glorify this controversial topic. “We’re seeking out such grossness in human behavior and want such mindless entertainment,” the 36-year-old said. “…Or 16 and Pregnant. Getting rewarded for being pregnant when you’re a teenager? Are you serious? I mean, that makes me want to kill somebody.”

Chelsea knows this situation personally, admitting that she experienced an unwanted pregnancy in her youth: “I had an abortion when I was 16. Because that’s what I should have done. Otherwise I would now have a 20-year-old kid. Anyway, those are things that people shouldn’t be dishonest about it.”

The best-selling author and host of Chelsea Lately does not have any children. She is rumored to be dating Andre Balaz.

What do you think about Chelsea’s comments?

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  1. Anonymous

    I understand not glorifying teen pregnancy- I agree with it. But I also think that there is a much better way than abortion. It is a sick and disgusting and selfish thing. There are people like my husband and I who have been struggling trying to get pregnant and would love to adopt however, the waiting list is long. We are on it but abortion makes it longer.

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  2. Jacquie109

    While I don’t agree with abortion as a method of birth control, and I think that after the baby can stay alive on its own outside of the womb that it is wrong unless medically necessary, I am pro-choice and was even before I had an abortion. I can tell you it was the hardest decision I have ever made in my entire life, especially since I already had an 11 month old daughter when I found out I was pregnant for the second time. I knew myself and my situation well enough to know that I could not care for this BABY (I caps because I know it was a life) and I knew that I couldn’t carry the baby for 9 months growing and moving inside of me and then just give it away for someone else to love, I would have fallen in love with it by then and wouldn’t have been able to let MY CHILD go. I know that makes me sound selfish and I guess in that respect I am. I am fine with that. I came to terms with my decision which took me about a month to come to. I know that I ended a life and I do not take it lightly at all. It still hurts because I would have loved to have had another child, but at that time I just couldn’t. If I had I can only assume that I would be just another welfare dependent mother of 2 children and wouldn’t have the job or the education I have. Most women who have had abortions feel this way, it’s not an easy choice for all of us, it’s not something to be taken lightly and it is no one else’s right to choose but the people who have to care for this child once it is born.
    I do know that some people use abortion as a method of birth control, continually getting pregnant and not using birth control and just aborting their babies and I think that is wrong as I know I said before. But for most women who have had abortions, it’s a one-time thing. When people say it’s their bodies they have the right to choose it’s not just the abortion that comes into play, it’s the rest of their lives. I can tell you I will never forget that I had an abortion and I doubt anyone else who has ever had one forgets it. Sometimes people make mistakes. That doesn’t make everyone who’s had an abortion a whore; it makes them responsible for their actions. Having a child does not make you a responsible person. There are already too many children in this world that aren’t loved, taken care of, are abused and neglected. Most of the women who have abortions know that they couldn’t properly provide for that life and feel that there are already enough children that need loving homes. People use rape and incest and drugs as reasons because these things happen in real life, they can’t be ignored just because others don’t like the idea of someone taking a life through abortion.
    Whether you are pro-choice or pro-life, religious or not, judging other for something you know nothing about (IE their situation) is wrong. People have a right to their own opinions and since things are legal (this is one I highly doubt will ever be illegal again) the choice is theirs.

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    • FatDaddyJack

      Jacquie, I know u posted this a long time ago, so hopefully you have been aborted from earth since then. If not, I wonder how your child feels about u killing its sibling. (surely you don’t find it offensive that I referred to your cluster of mature cells as ‘it’ do you, I mean it’s not like I killed it)? Call it what you want Jack-o, there’s an endless supply of losers out there to help you justify it, misery loves company. But remember, there is nothing on earth that humans have, or have ever built that is stronger than a mothers love. And there is nothing worse and soul emptying than a woman who doesn’t have that maternal instinct. You are truly trash, sweet dreams you piece of filth….do you hear that wailing in the night, that’s a nightmare you can’t wake up from. So keep taking your anti-depressants, self medicate with wine, that voice will join you in your grave….”momma, momma, momma please dont, please don’t, I want to play baseball one day! No momma , NO NO NO !!!! Momm…….,fade to black

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  3. klutzy_girl

    I agree with her comments. Why is MTV glorifying teen pregnancy? It’s just wrong.

    Also, good for her for being honest about her abortion., because there’s nothing wrong with it.

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    • Anonymous

      I respectfully beg to differ…there’s PLENTY wrong with it.

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      • Anonymous

        Only to people who think they have the right to tell others what to do. Newsflash: you don’t.

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      • klutzy_girl

        Actually, you’re wrong. Women should have the right (and do) to decide what they can with their own body. No one has the right to tell anybody else what they can do. That’s just wrong.

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        • Anonymous

          No my dear, abortion is wrong!

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          • Julia725

            Whatever your moral position is, abortion in America is legal, as it should be! Religion has no place in the legal discussion on abortion. I had one in college. I did not have the financial resources to care for a child, nor the support. It would have been a mistake to have a child at that time, it was the right choice for me. I do not regret it. I have a wonderful child now, that I am able to support emotionally and financially. There are millions of children living in poverty already, I did not want to risk bringing another into that.

          • Heather B.

            Why must anytime one debates abortion, the argument goes towards religion. I am a medical student at U of Penn and I use scientific and biological fact to base my opinion upon. Abortion may indeed be legal but there is not one medical professional out there who will say with 100% conviction that a “fetus” isn’t an organic creation. I do not believe in God at all, there is no grey area for me. Yet the more I study about human physiology the clearer my knowledge of a viable living organism becomes. I am not pro life nor pro choice.

          • Sunny Sue

            Medical student? Really? And still so ignortant? Hmmm…Well, let’s see: You’re not pro life and your not pro choice. So, then you’re pro choice. the word “choice” means you get to have a choice and so do I and so does everyone else. You can’t be neither.

            What no one seems to understand [and it sickens me that WOMEN don't get it!!! HELLO! This is a woman's rights issue, you ignorant fools!] is that abortion isn’t just about getting rid of an unwanted pregnancy. Some women, my very good friend, for example, HAVE NO CHOICE. They MUST have their pregnancy terminated as it threatens their own lives. And in the medical field, as I’m sure you understand, Heather, the doctor’s responsibility is to his patient, the mother. And he must save her life. At the expense of the fetus. Believe me, my friend, who went through $50,000 of fertility treatments and IVF, very much wanted her twins, but when her bp sky-rocketed to unhealthy, life-threatening levels, the pregnancy had to be aborted. There was no other choice. Guess what, that counts as an abortion. Actually, it’s what is referred to as a “late-term abortion.” Yeah, the one that REALLY gets you Pro-Lifer’s up in arms! Because you don’t understand the thing you’re fighting so hard against. Get educated. And before you open your mouth about this topic, make sure you’re someone willing to take in these unwanted babies. Someone who will feed, shelter and clothe them when their 16 year old mothers cannot. i don’t see too many volunteering for that.

          • Anonymous

            @sunny sue or lioness get a life and stop being a freak.

          • Caleb Redmond

            No, you are the ignorant one. Check out legalslaughter.blogspot.com
            Remember that being pro-life means that we support all life, maternal and fetal. In the case of your friend (I’m deeply sorry for her loss), pro-life supports would say that everything should be done to save both the unborn and the mother. If this is impossible and the mother will die, then it is likely that both the mother and the baby will die. Since we’re pro-life, we’d rather have one die then have both die.
            Also, for years, my parents have volunteered to take “unwanted” children. They’ve taken in 16!!

          • Anonymous

            Abortion is not wrong Dear.
            It’s called choice, everyone has the right to decide…her body..her life..her CHOICE

          • Anonymous

            And everyone should be allowed the right to live, no matter what age. I don’t think a woman should be able to decide that a little human gets to die because their the ones that spread their legs, and yes I do feel sorry for the rape victims, they should give their kids up for adoption and yeah I would take all the kids. Everyone is entitled to their opinions and I call abortion murder.

        • melo1983

          Agree, this is not the 1800′s where women have no rights. Those days are over.

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        • wow

          Your right they should have the right to choice, I am a woman and I completely agree that I should have control over my body, the food I eat, what I do and be able to make my own choices, BUT if i chose to have unprotected sex and did get pregnant it’s not my body that I would be hurting it’s a childs. To be honest I don’t necessarily condone shows like teen mom, but for every teen mom that has kept their child they are a whole lot more responsible for the decisions that they have made than a minority of the ignorant middle aged women saying that an abortion was the best thing that happened to them…I will say that if you can live with yourself after having taken away someone’s chance at life and not have any regrets than I pity you. Maybe if your mother had made the decision that you are fighting so hard for there would be a little less ignorance in the world…

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        • AJ

          She said it was best for the child? Killing it is best?
          It’s not just cells, bright light! Look it up.

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    • Lorelai

      i admire Chelsea for being honest about this and for not regretting it. at the end of the day, you guys that are saying this is so wrong, are not the ones who have to go to sleep with that on your conscious. Just because its not right for you doesn’t mean its not right for someone else so who are you to judge. its not your problem to deal with. its a women’s choice. i myself would most likely never get an abortion but that doesn’t mean I’m going to look down on somebody who does. Chelsea felt it was the right thing to do at the time, and she probably wouldn’t be the successful women she is today had she not done it.

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  4. Mia

    I don’t like her.

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  5. Anonymous

    I commend her honesty. I think it is wonderful that she is able to speak out.

    I too cannot understand for the life of me why television appears to be glorifying teen pregnancy. I am 29 & had a scare when I was 15. Looking back, it almost makes me cry when I think how different my life might have been and how many opportunities I could have missed out on had I wound up with a child.

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  6. Anonymous

    The only group of people who glorify 16 and Pregnant and the Teen Mom series is the media. If people would watch the show without thinking about all the magazines and tabloids, they would see the show really does show how hard it is being a teenage parent. Unless the teen moms themselves give an exclusive to a magazine, they didn’t ask to be on the cover of supermarket tabloids. Once again, the media needs to just step aside and let something serve the purpose it was intended to in the first place.

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  7. naturegirl

    AND GOD SMILE……WHO THE FICK CARES WHAT THIS WASHOUT W#OR# DID 34 YEARS AGO NOT SURPRISE SHE ONLY OWN UP TO 1

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  8. Tara

    Not sure why she needed to interject the abortion topic into the conversation though. It’s not the only alternative. I am not getting into a debate here because I do not think there is ever a black and white view on this topic. I had friends who got pregnant in their teens, one went through with the pregnancy and put it up for adoption, the others aborted. Personally I would have went the adoption route.

    I just seem to think if she wanted to condemn the uber glorification of teen pregnancy in the media she could have gone about it without using a lightening rod topic. Maybe the issue should focus more on the wrongs of rewarding bad or irrespobsible behavior. Bringing abortion into the mix gets muddied by extremist on either side. Regardless her message is correct.

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    • Anonymous

      Agree with you Tara. The author knew it would get a reaction by using the word “abortion” in the title. It’s a cheap tactic from an obviously insecure in their talents writer. Why not use the caption, ” Chelsea Handler disagrees with teen pregnancy”. Probably because that’s not politically correct. Pathetic!

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    • Anony

      You were SOOOOOOO right, see it’s turned into an abortion debate. Boo CBS!

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  9. Cane

    “I had an abortion when I was 16 because that’s what I should have done” . WOW what you should have done was kept your legs closed and if your mature enough to have sex at 16 than you should be mature enough to handle the consequences or at least give the innocent kid a chance at life and put it up for adoption. She deprived her child a life to make her own life better. CAN YOU SAY SELFISH . I think abortions are horrible God gives life no one should be able to take it away. :-( so sad

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    • Anonymous

      Getting an abortion *is* handling the consequences. It’s a safe, legal medical procedure whether you like it or not. It’s very simple – if you don’t like abortion, don’t have one. But you have no right to tell another woman what the right decision is for her.

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      • An30

        But it is perfectly fine for tax payers that are against abortion to pay for it via taxes to facilities such as Planned Parenthood? Cant have it both ways: Dont want “anybody” to get involved in your “choice” (which is fine by me), but you must pay for your procedure.

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        • Anonymous

          Yeah because woman have time to cone up with the money before it’s “too late” and don’t even start with the “shula have thought about that” crap because as I said before, contraception isn’t always 100% effective, it’s normally un planned and a shock and I think it’s a ridiculous statement to make. ” you should pay for your own surgery to fix your broken leg “nah don’t fancy paying that, should have been watching where your going”

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        • Anon

          Whoa! Pay for it yourself! Take the blinkers off. Teen mums have mostly never worked a day in their lives so have not contributed one dollar in tax. So just who pays for their ante-natal care, their birth costs, baby costs, the child’s education, health, child care, the mum’s continued education, subsidised housing and transport costs and the big one – their welfare payments. I do and everyone else who pays taxes. It is the women’s choice to have an abortion on not and no-one else should dictate. Most who chose this have given it serious thought.

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      • Tina

        Very interesting how the vocal supporters of abortion remain “anonymous” but those who question its validity (tara and cane) have the guts to at least put a name to their posts.

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        • Anonymous

          It’s almost adorable how stupid you are. You do realize that posting something under the name “Tara” or “Cane” or “Tina” is just as anonymous as calling yourself “Anonymous”, right? Unless you are the only Tina on earth, using that as your moniker provides zero details about your actual identity. Particularly since there’s no verification process going on here. How do I do know your name is really Tina? And if if it really is, so what? You’re still completely anonymous. What difference does it make if I choose to call myself by some made-up name?

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      • Anonymous

        Everyone has the freedom to make their own decisions, but equally, everyone else has just as much freedom to judge people based on the decisions they make. What people think of her is obvious in the comments. Half agree with her, half don’t.

        She said that shows rewarding teenage mothers “makes me want to kill somebody,” and I find that…amusing, based on her completely unnecessary revelation of her personal history.

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      • Tara

        “It’s a safe, legal medical procedure whether you like it or not. It’s very simple – if you don’t like abortion, don’t have one”

        While I wholeheartedly contend that you have as much right to voice your opinion as anyone else here I do have to take issue with “it’s very simple”. Nothing about this topic is ANYTHING BUT COMPLICATED. To trivialize it in such an off the cuff manner is doing nothing to further your belief of choice. It’s not just about the woman in question it has massive repercussions in religious, scientific and socio economic arenas. Whether or not you believe life begins at
        connection it is never and should never boil down to being “simple”

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        • Anonymous

          “is doing nothing to further your belief of choice”

          My beliefs are what they are. I’m not sure how think you have any say in what I believe. But yes, I do think it’s not a big deal. A fetus is not a person. It has no rights that supersede those of the person inside of whose body it is contained. If I accidentally got pregnant and did not want a child, I would have ZERO hesitation getting an abortion. Wouldn’t even think twice about it.

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          • Tara

            It is a shame your mom did not have the same thought.

          • Anonymous

            That’s a very mature comment. Of course, I know you think you’re insulting me (as do the several others here), but this is one of those “consider the source” situations, so it just makes me laugh. It’s hilarious to “debate” with people who really are in way over their heads.

          • Tara

            Are you going to seriously attempt to debate intelligence here? I think your emotionally antagonistic response speaks volumes about the amount of conviction of valid fact you have. You want to discuss about political, RELIGIOUS, scientific and economic ramifications from 1812, 1900, 1969 and 1973 court decisions then I will humor you. Please review justice Renquist dissenting opinion in Roe V Wade where he successful draws a clear delineation between constitutional rights AND what is best for society as a whole. NOT once is morality and ethics brought in as a countermeasure. If you cannot do that, get off the playground.

          • TristaBelle

            EXTREMELY WELL SAID!!!!!!!!!!!!BRAVO.

            And I am pro choice, I just have respect for those who bring substance to a debate not mere conjecture. (i.e. Miss anonymous)

          • Anonymous

            Thanks for bringing something other than emotion to the debate. I have said it before and will say it again you are a breath of fresh air on this site.

          • Anon

            Really? I find her to be an annoyance on this site.

          • Anonymous

            Well obviously you are in minority. Could it be your “wittle bwain hurts” from her knowledge of facts and usage of words with more than one syllable? Face it you lost the debate b*tch.

          • Anon

            I was never IN the debate “b*tch”. I just read the thread and was making an observation.

          • Another Anon

            Too bad it’s a lone voice! And I am pro choice. That just shows what mature people are capable of doing.

          • Anonymous to the core

            What I think bothers liberals myself included, by someone like Tara is that she negates the popular conception of traditional value holders. I was brought up to believe that anyone who was conservative was either a redneck or privileged. From her posts I can see she is neither. She has travelled extensively and is from the east coast. She is also much younger than she comes across and if I am completely honest has me rethinking my rather tunnel visioned view. I have a hard time finding anything annoying about her or those like her on this board.

          • Tara

            Thank you.

            @ anon I can only suggest you skip my posts so as not to cause you any undue discomfort;)

          • Anonymous@RichmondVa

            As a proud pro choice woman here who had an abortion while married, I have to say YOU seem to be the IMMATURE one in this whole debate. You are entirely too defensive and like someone else said, she NEVER once alluded to her side on this debate. Perhaps you need to grow up a bit.

          • Anonymous

            I usually find myself on the opposite spectrum of @Tara but I have always thought she is one of the few individuals on this board who are educated, FAIR and never insulting. I do have to say you seem to be assuming she is PRO LIFE. From what I can tell she stands neutral. Maybe you need to reread the posts before getting so defensive.

          • Anonymous

            Come on anonymous coward where is your rebuttal to the debate?!

          • Anonymous

            Maybe he/she actually has a life.

          • Chloe

            Nope just an uneducated coward.

          • Anony

            You are a complete idiot who is trying to be provocative…move along now.

            @Tara- from what I can gather you are too rational a person to waste your time with this fool.

          • Tristabelle

            ” I would have ZERO hesitation getting an abortion. Wouldn’t even think twice about it.”

            Are you SERIOUS!? As a pro CHOICE woman all the way, who agonized with her decision of having an abortion, I find your statement to be appalling. Please stop posting your mindless and actually soulless thoughts- it gives the rest of us a bad name. Truly wretched.

          • Anonymous 71

            Why do the pro choice lobby always make an issue of calling a child a fetus? It seems to me if you feel so certain of your rights, you would have no problem referring to it as a human form. Freedom of choice is what you argue and one can do what they want with their own body….isn’t that right?! Why should it matter if you use the term baby or not if the WHOLE ISSUE you claim to fight for is choice?

          • Julia725

            Pro choice people say fetus or embryo, and pro life say baby. “Baby” packs that emotional punch – “oh, you’re killing a baby!” whereas fetus or embryo or zygote doesn’t carry as much weight.

          • Simone Wakefield

            Then it stands to argue that you use EMBRYO and FETUS to take any sense of feeling out of abortion. How convenient wouldn’t you say?

          • Anonymous

            It’s not convenient, it’s just the correct biological nomenclature. The cell number determines what the embryo can be accurately described as at each stage of development, as in all living organisms. (for example, you don’t call a fertilized egg a “chick”, even though it may one day develop into one. Likewise you don’t call a tadpole a frog. They’re at different stages of development, even though they’re genetically members of the same species).

          • Anonymous

            Because that’s what it is. From Merriam-Webster:

            Definition of FETUS
            : an unborn or unhatched vertebrate especially after attaining the basic structural plan of its kind; specifically : a developing human from usually two months after conception to birth

            No one is saying it isn’t human. Just that it doesn’t have the same rights as a born human.

          • TristaBelle

            By whose mandate are we taking away it’s rights. Jesus Christ you have freaks sitting in trees to stop loggers because they believe it has “life”. Does it not stand to reason then that it is all subjective. You want to argue about RIGHTS of CHOICE then why dehumanize the life form? It’s contradictory and invalid.
            I am pro choice but I never say the body in question has no rights. I argue that the female has controlling rights. That’s ridiculous.

          • Anonymous123

            ” I’m not sure how think you have any say in what I believe”

            With grammar like this how can ANYONE take anything you say serious. I would edit before I insult someone else’s obvious typo.

          • Wepherly

            What is interesting here is you attacked a fellow poster @Tara..etc, without her ever stating whether or not she was pro life or pro choice. I read this entire thread and it seems the issue fell under the “simplicity” you feel about abortion. I certainly think you have serious problems if you cannot take a mature approach to a debate as most have done here.

        • Anonymous

          And also, you really need to learn some facts before you go spouting off about this issue. “life begins at connection”? If you don’t even know what the word is (it’s “conception”, by the way), how is anyone supposed to believe you even know what it means? And sorry, but religion has NO place in this discussion. The US is a secular country. No religion has any place in our laws, including those governing abortion.

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          • Anony

            My my someone is testy. Tara posts a lot on here, it was obviously a typing mistake. She is intelligent and respectful- both things you sorely lack.

            Nut job!

          • ChleoRyan

            Actually you need to do a bit of research before having a hissy fit and throwing your toys out of the pram. Anyone with a brain knew she meant conception. So sad you are that insecure with your facts that you nit pick. I have no clue who this girl is but she sounds like she knows a thing or two and can articulate a thought without resorting to propaganda. Prior to the courts ruling in 1821 in Connecticut abortion was regarded a legal act HOWEVER the courts struggled with the foundation that the US government was based on Religious foundations. The whole reason for the 1973 decision turned it into a Religious debate. Ironically Roe V Wade used the 9th amendment and made the debate the circus it is today.

            I am pro choice but you sound like an rhetoric spewing idiot and I agree that you do nothing to support your beliefs with your idiot ranting.

    • suzan

      I am so with you!!
      WELL SAID!

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    • Anonymous

      I completely agree – abortion is the selfish and pu**y way out of their situation. There is nothing brave about an abortion.

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  10. Elizabeth

    I’ll put my name out there. My name is Elizabeth & I have absolutely nothing against abortion. While I would never personally have an abortion, I don’t think there is anything wrong with women who choose that option for themselves. I believe it is a personal choice that each woman needs to make for themselves and I have no right to tell her what to do, nor does anyone else.

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    • ChleoRyan

      It is rather spineless to play both sides of the fence. You cop out by saying there is nothing wrong with it, but personally you would not do it.

      I am pro choice all the way and I cannot stand those who flip flop and lack conviction. I have more respect for those who oppose abortion because at least they are 100% invested.

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      • Anonymous

        I actually agree with you. I am pro life and I can’t stand it when pro choice people argue that they believe the right should be there, but they would not do it? WTF?!

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        • Anonymous

          Why? I don’t participate in religion, but I would never want to outlaw it. I don’t drink alcohol or do drugs but I think society would be better off with both legal. I think people who wear Uggs are deranged, but I still think they should be allowed to wear them if they really want to. I know it’s a crazy concept to wrap your little brain around, but guess what – some people just think it’s wrong to tell other people what to do with their lives. It has nothing to do with their own personal choices. You can support other people’s right to do what they want, even if you wouldn’t make the same choices yourself. It really shouldn’t be difficult to understand.

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        • SMH

          I certainly don’t want to speak on behalf of these other individuals but I’m also pro-choice. Pro-choice doesn’t mean you agree with what the women do it just means that you don’t judge them for what they’ve done. So yes MANY pro-choice people would not choose it as an option but we respect the law and the rights of women to make that choice on their own.
          I have no beef with pro-lifers either. What I think is wrong is when others try to shove their own beliefs down others throats. We get it. You don’t agree with abortion and you think very little of those who choose that as an option. But no amount of picketing in front of abortion clinics is going to change the law and in many circumstances it doesn’t change the womens decision.
          Some of these women go in there with the most difficult decision of their lives. Decisions that could really play into how they lead the rest of their lives. The last thing they need is for “know it alls” to come at them and humiliate them even more publicly.

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      • Jordan

        What a ridiculous statement.

        I am pro choice, yet I too would never have an abortion because I want a child more than anything. I am also for gay rights but I don’t want to sleep with a woman – does this mean I shouldn’t support people that do? Pro choice is not about whether you would or would not have an abortion. It is about whether you repsect other’s to do what is right for them.

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    • Lou x

      I totally agree with you Elizabeth – well said x

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  11. Anonymous

    saw her this weekend in NY. rows of fans standing outside the theatre after her show and she walks out, head down, doesn’t even smile or wave at one person.
    these are the ppl. the made her famous and gives her the lovely life she has. you would think she could at least acknowledge her fans were their cheering for her.

    it is not like they were stalking her on her private time, this was at her show

    what a B****

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  12. Anonymous

    Why is this even on here? Chelsea doesn’t have any kids, why would her opinion be featured on Celebrity Baby Scoop when she isn’t a parent?

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  13. Anonymous

    ” “We’re seeking out such grossness in human behavior”

    Chelsea they don’t have to go very far- just take a look at you, you are a classless pig!

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  14. Anonymous

    Are people who are saying these shows “glorify” teen pregnancy actually watching the shows? These shows clearly do not glorify being pregnant or teen parents. The shows mostly show the fathers leaving (80% of teen dads leave, which I learned thanks to this show), the difficulties with school that teen moms have, the disrupted dreams of the teen mothers, the issues within the families that teen pregnancy causes and a laundry list of more issues. I think what’s actually glorifying teen pregnancy are the magazine photos, but anyone with half a brain can see that the actual SHOWS do not glorify having a baby at such a young age. Are putting homeless kids or teenagers with mental health issues on MTV’s True Life considered “glorification” of these issues? Nope.

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  15. SMH

    Unless someone’s abortion is PERSONALLY affecting your own PERSONAL life – get over it! It’s legal. And until it becomes illegal really nobody has the right to make judgement on anyone for what they do in their own life.
    I wonder if most of you would stand in front of someone’s face and judge them. So easy to sit behind a keyboard and make comments.
    I know someone who was raped and impregnanted. If you like to walk a day in the life of that person’s life for even a second I’m sure she would step aside! The only person that needs to be concerned about this is the person who chooses it!

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    • Simone Wakefield

      Give me a break. Why does Rape always come into it. Talk about emotional propaganda.

      Furthermore I do stand face to face with these pro choice women. I am the local chapter president of Right To Life in Plainsboro, NY and make my voice heard every chance I get.

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      • SMH

        Because rape is very real and you thank god probably haven’t experienced it. A women has a RIGHT to say she’s not going to carry a rapist child.

        Everyone is entitled to their opinion but nobody has a right to judge. And until you walk in the day of someone who has experienced it then put down your picket sign and find a life!

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        • Simone Wakefield

          How wrong you are. I am the product of rape. In June 1982 my biological mother was getting into her car at Logan airport when she was approached by two African American men. She refused to give her car up so they knocked her unconscious and drove her to an area in Cambridge and forcefully sexually assaulted her. I was born 9 months later and put up for adoption. She chose to have me and I am thankful everyday for her unselfish act.
          So please you do not use ignorant slurs against someone you do not know. I do not hold picket signs, my pen is my sword and I lobby congress to repeal abortion rights.

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          • Anony

            You had two strong mothers, your bio and adopted did a great job.

          • SMH

            You were a product of rape. You yourself were not physically raped! Sorry big difference sweetheart!

            And your bio mother did a commendable thing. I’m glad there are women who are strong enough to go through with it and to then give their babies up for adoption but that is not for everyone and nobody should be forced to have to be pregnant for 9 months and deliver a child to give it up all while it reminds them of what happened to them.

            Bottom line. Nobody has the right to to tell ANYONE what to do with their body. Not congress, not the gov’t, not you! The reason these laws were put into place was so people would stop having back alley abortions! Conress will never overturn this law.

            I’m glad you got to lead a very happy life. I’d want nothing more for people to be able to do so. But like I said, and I stand by every word, unless you have been the victim you have nothing more to

          • Anonymous

            You Are a clueless b*tch. How dare you trivialize her life. You pathetic whore!

          • Anonymous BUT pissed at ignorance

            (You were a product of rape. You yourself were not physically raped! Sorry big difference sweetheart!)

            I agree with anonymous what a complete **** you are. And hate to break it to you “sweetheart” never say never. It was ILLEGAL for 82 years in MODERN TIMES. It will happen again. Wire hangers anyone?!

          • mous

            So if it was illegal for 82 years and this country is 235 years old. That means it’s been legal for longer then it was illegal. I can’t imagine women’s rights taking a giant step back. Slavery was legal for a long time also, is that also coming back?

            Better hold on to those wire hangers.

          • Anonymous

            Since the constitution did not Get ratified until 1788 you can start law from that point. Abortion in it’s present form was illegal as follows 1790-1860 (1812 CT ruling solely dealt with medical purposes). In 1907 it was made unlawful again and remained that way until Roe in 1973, which did not get signed into law until June 1974. So it’s actually been illegal for about 140 years.
            It may not be overturned in our lifetime but it will eventually. As soon as you have the trifecta held by the republicans again. Bush replaced two liberals with conservatives, they are healthy and young. The next two to be replaced are liberal anyway so it is much more possible than you realize. Why do you think NARAL is o. The ultra offensive now.

          • mous

            Anti Abortion laws didn’t start appearing until 1820 and then only in some states. It wasn’t illegal in NEARLY every state until 1900. So again.. legal for much longer then it was illegal. This is just a hot campaign button for Dem’s and Repub’s to raise money by using fear and anger on the topic.

            It’s not going away. End of story.

  16. Rebecca

    Rebecca, 18 years old. Pro-choice.
    I’m thankful that I have access to birth control, and there are support places in my area for teens who want to keep, adopt or abort their babies…I have luxuries few women do, and I realize that.

    I think that no woman should have to be in the position to decide whether or not to abort her child, because it must a miserable place to be in, obviously. (can’t speak for myself) Usually if you’re considering abortion, it’s because you’re young, you’ve been raped, you’re unable to support a child physically, financially or emotionally, the birth control failed, or your husband/boyfriend/significant other left, or there is some situation where you’re scared and worried for yourself and potentially the children you already have, let alone the child you’re pregnant with.

    I think abortion is a horrible thing for any woman to have to go through, but that every woman should be able to have it as a choice — if a woman decides that it is the least horrible result of the unplanned pregnancy, she should be able to go through with one, and not be guilt-tripped or made to feel worse than she already feels. Adoption is a very selfless thing to do. It is a great choice and I commend people who are able to do it, but if you are young/sick/malnourished or in some other way not physically capable of carrying a child to term — or caring for yourself long enough to give birth to a healthy child you’re going to give away, then abortion might be the option you might decide to do. No woman should be treated like a murderer for preventing a life from being brought into the world that will only go through pain and suffering due to its mother suffering from malnutrition, poverty or depression. It’s NOT best for the child to be born into an environment like that, because he or she would be sickly enough to begin with, possibly braindamaged, maybe addicted to drugs and in pain, and worse still, would be born into the world not being loved or wanted. That child could also grow up to be abused and treated badly by their family because he or she was unwanted in the first place. Also, in the case where a woman became pregnant against her will, why should she be forced to carry a baby she never wanted, put her life and health at jeopardy, and put her emotions through the wringer as she gives the child up (if she chooses adoption) or must raise the child who is essentially a memory of the whole horrible event…

    So, my point is that sometimes abortion, though a horrible decision for one to have to make, must be at least an option for some women should they need to make it, and ALL women, regardless of their status, should be able to get the prenatal support they need. Yes, it’s naive of me to think this way, but it’s just so sad that there are women who are forced into these horrible situations and an abortion could actually save their life and prevent the ruining of another life…and then there are high schoolers that use it as a form of birth control. I wish all women could have access to birth control and prenatal health care and counselling if they wanted it, I wish all women could have control over their own bodies and felt they could make any decision that was right for them, I wish privileged people wouldn’t take what they have for granted, and I wish more than anything that every child born in the world was wanted and loved by their family…But sadly, that’s not exactly the world we live in, and it really depresses me to realize that…

    I’m sorry that I wrote so much. Debates like this really make me think hard about what I believe, and I’m sorry if/that I got carried away.

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    • Anon

      Please take off your training bra and come back when you actually have lived a little!

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      • Lou x

        How rude! Rebecca put across a polite and well thought through opinion, one i found myself agreeing with throughout. (i am 27, before you decide to throw age related insults at me, and i have lived plenty, thanks).
        Rebecca: You come across as a very well educated, thoughtful and mature young lady. Don’t let people like ‘Anon’ above discourage you from sharing your view xx

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      • Anonymous

        @Anon, agree entirely. These children barely out of diapers themselves have no room to preach. Experience life a little and then see how you feel.

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    • Tara

      You sound very mature for a young girl and I commend your thoughtful response. You bring many factors into the debate and things I question at my age (34). I do have to say however that Birth control and abortion (or using abortion as birth control) are entirely different issues. Of course birth control should be made available BUT with one caveat that education comes with it and not merely for the purpose of endorsement of sexual activity.
      With regards to medical stimuli, such as health of the baby or mother that is the one point I am fuzzy about. I staunchly OPPOSE abortion as a fix all and ANY that occur after the 18th week ( the SCIENTIFIC CONSENSUS of viability), but am undecided in cases where anothers well being is at risk.

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      • Rebecca

        Thank you Lou and Tara. :)
        @Tara – Yes! Thank you so much for raising the point about education and prenatal health going together. This is so important — if people (women AND men) were more educated about their own sexual health and birth control, then they would be more likely to use it correctly, then decreasing the chance that they would find themselves having to deal with an unwanted pregnancy, and, as a result, there would be less need for abortions (this of course, would not apply to rape-victims). So Education, Access to Information, AND Access to Birth Control are all needed to promote good sexual health and prevent teenage/unwanted pregnancy. I completely agree with you — abortion should not ever be used as birth control, it should be available only as a choice, that the woman can make if she decides she has no better choice. The decision to get an abortion should not be willy-nilly — it should come only after the woman has consulted a doctor, done research/weighed each option individually, considered how much support she’ll have financially, emotionally, etc. during pregnancy and raising of the child, whether or not her body can support a baby for the nine months of pregnancy, and the list goes on…

        I agree about there being a gray area with regards of the health of the mother and whether or not to abort — I think it’s one of those things that is almost never clear-cut, right or wrong, and is completely based on an individual case…I totally agree with you on late-in-pregnancy abortions — they really should not be happening after the first trimester. I feel like if a person has decided to have an abortion, that they should do it as early as possible. I can’t think of a reason why it would need to go past week 18. If the woman was in distress, she would have gone to a doctor and would know whether it was high-risk right away (early in the pregnancy), then they could get an abortion right away if they decided that was the choice they wanted/needed to make, if they couldn’t handle a pregnancy. Not leave it until the baby is so close to being able to live outside the womb, the child has a nervous system developed, can move, has developed genitalia, etc. If the baby is capable of living outside the womb, and is aborted then, then it is murder, no way around that. If it’s done when the “baby” is a mass of cells in the early first trimester, it’s not as bad because if early enough, the baby can’t feel pain due to a lack of a nervous system. Depending on your views, it can still be construed as murder though even with the morning after pill, so I shouldn’t talk about it so lightly. The timing of an abortion is another subject that is never clear cut…

        I have a similar gray area in this debate: mine is somewhere between “is it fair for the mother to have to carry an unwanted child?” and “is it fair that the child to not get a chance to live, due to an undesirable situation?” Either way, I feel terrible for both involved. I don’t think it’s fair to either the woman or the unborn child…I’m always pro-choice, but that’s the part of the debate that starts to shake me a little bit, and I end up being on both sides of the fence without realizing it. I do believe women should always without a doubt have control over their own bodies at all times, but then when someone else’s body is involved, then things get complicated, and I feel so torn. I always end up — eventually — on the “it’s the woman’s choice no matter what” side.

        Oh, and to the Anons — you guys actually made me stop, take a minute from this serious, adult discussion and laugh really hard. I mean, those training bra and diapers comments? Pure gold. Really mature, guys — I’d almost like to know how old YOU are, and what experience YOU have that makes you so wise and special, but judging by the ignorant comments you both made, clearly you are neither, and no number of years will fix that. Thanks for the laugh. Try again next time. :)

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        • Tara

          @Rebecca. If more teens were like you we would be in a HELL OF ALOT BETTER A PLACE today. Keep it up.

          Also not a defense of anonymous because they were immature- but I do think you will see as you do experience more of the world, the good the bad etc, the clarity that comes with it is immeasurable. Good luck.

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  17. Anna

    it’s a pity Chelsea Handler didn’t understand ANYTHING in 20 years. wow. no regret.

    the fact is that she killed her son or daughter and would kill him/her again, if that child messed up with her very important life, plans or finances. that characterises her as 1) a murderer 2) an egoist.

    That’s a shame.

    The only advice for people who are not ready to have children is:
    don’t have sex.
    if you do, use a condom.
    if you used a condom and still got pregnant – consider adoption.

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  18. Ondine

    I can’t believe this bears saying over and over again, but abortion is good for individuals and society as a whole. That is our biggest societal problem, unwanted and unloved children. These children then grow into unwanted and unloved adults. If their own mother wants to kill them before birth, what chance does this baby stand? Abortion is a good alternative for anyone facing an unwanted pregnancy. Religeon has nothing to do w/ it. Christians and others against abortion should avoid abortion if that is their wish but keep silent and respect other women’s choices to terminate a pregnancy. Go ahead and get a pig liver or pig heart valve or cadaver corneal transplant or face lift or nose job or whatever medical choice you decide to exercise. I am against those but not in favor of laws banning them because those procedures are valid medical choices for anyone willing to undergo them, just as abortion is a valid medical choice for so many facing an unwanted pregnancy. I wish more girls and women would state the obvious truth like Chelsea Handler has.

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    • Lola

      So just to be clear: when slavery was legal, it wasn’t the right of non-slave owning people to be against it because it didn’t affect them? Because that’s your argument when it comes to abortion. It’s not my baby so I shouldn’t care if it dies. What about poor children? Should I help them out or just take care of my own? What about human rights for others? I’m safe in the US and I have the right to vote and speak freely, but others don’t so I should just say “whatever, cause like it don’t affect me any?” That’s what you’re saying. You’re saying that when gays are beaten and persecuted, I should shut up and not worry about it because I’m not gay. When blacks get lynched, I should just keep my mouth shut because I’m not black? When babies are murdered and tossed away because an adult believes they have no worth, I should simply choose not to murder my own children and toss them away, but I can’t expect the same humanity from others?

      I’m sure you must care about other people, must feel pity for people you’ll never know, so how can you ask me not to care about a human life, just because it’s mother doesn’t care? I know the baby is unwanted, but so are kids in foster care. Should I not care about them either because your logic about abortion leads to the idea that no one should care about people that aren’t wanted or who don’t affect us. It’s a sad and cold logic.

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      • Simone Wakefield

        You and Tara have been the best most articulate debaters on this thread. Thank you for debunking the myth that traditional values are not grown in the backwoods of America. They are prevalent in the liberal metros and inner city.

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      • Ondine

        I just don’t see any value in a pre-born baby that is unwanted by its mother. That baby is doomed and will doom the life of the mother as well and the same trickles down to society at large. It is better for that baby to not be born and thankfully we have safe medical procedures available to ensure that. We already have too many unwanted and unloved children on the planet. Many of them escape death by way of adoption, but many of them have lingering issues and problems resulting from abandonment and lack of acceptance from the mother who didn’t want them. Abortion is the best alternative to an unwanted pregnancy.

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  19. Anonymous

    Are there women nowadays who still have abortions?Oh God…that’s sad. For God’s Sake,aren’t there any condoms left at the store?Have you heard about PROTECTION?How can anyone say it’s right to kill a child?Your own child..?If you don’t want a child,then USE PROTECTION and you won’t have him…but don’t say that you didn’t want the baby,so you chose to kill him.That’s a stupid thing to say and to do.

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    • Julia725

      Condoms break, and even if they don’t, are not 100% effective. Birth control is also not 100% effective. I believe most forms are about 90%. Therefore, statistically, there are going to be roughly 10 unwanted pregnancies per every hundred couples having sex.

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  20. Gisele

    I got pregnant at 18 and abortion wasn’t for me. I made an adoption plan for my baby who is now a vibrant 11-year-old. I am not pro life as I do not believe in telling others what to do with their own situation. But I guess it’s a little annoying when people act like that’s the ONLY other option besides NOT getting pregnant in the first place.

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  21. Gisele

    @ChleoRyan – I’m sorry but your post makes absolutely ZERO sense to me. LOL!

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  22. Carey

    If the woman decides to kill someone should be her own stupidity!
    Age is just a number. If the girl or woman want to have sex and knows what can happen after the action when she isn’t carefull, she should learn form her mistake and the best way is to treat the pregnancy as a punishment. The next time she have sex she will use her brain, if she doesn’t…It’s just another one who make all women look like brainless and empty beings.
    I’ll never support the killing of a fetus simply because I prefer to see the woman suffering because it’s the best way to make the stupid woman learn how to avoid pregnancy the next time she have sex!
    Other thing that is plain studpid is to let the guy impregnate you because you think that he loves you when he is having sex with you. Oh darlin.

    Abortion can’t fix problem because the woman won’t learn how to avoid pregnancy if she keep killing the damn thing instead of avoiding it. Sterilization and less radical anticonceptional methods can avoid trouble.

    When isn’t pregnancy the girls should worry about STD’s but looks like nowadays girls have fun with everything.

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  23. Anonymous

    pro choice! while i personally would have an abortion i do not think it is up to the peanut gallery here, or the government to judge what a woman does with her OWN body! if you don’t believe in abortion then you don’t get one it is as simple as that!

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  24. Anonymous

    *never

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  25. Anonymous

    Chelsea I love you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  26. mous

    I have no right to make life decisions for anyone else but myself. The term is pro choice not pro abortion. My CHOICE would be to not have an abortion but that’s my choice.

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  27. Anonymous

    You know what bothers me the most?
    The fact that people justify abortion with the speech that women should be free to choose because it is their body!!!
    Since the day my son was born til this day… he is my heart and soul, but he is not MY BODY!!!!
    Choice has nothing to do with ones body!!! It is like saying you are having an abortion because you don´t want pregnancy to ruin your body, so vain and so ridicuously pathetic! A baby is never your body, NEVER!
    And as for teenage pregnancy, why people like to act as it is something new? My grandmother was 16 when she had her first child, and so many other women had before her, I am not saying it is ok to glorify pubtards popping babies in exchange for “fame and money” , but seriously stop acting like it something unatural, because it is not. I know many so called mature 30+womean who are and would be as terrible mother as an unprepared, uneducated , ignorant teen. (not that they all are)

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  28. Carolinagirl

    How in the world could you ever consider abortion okay? It is murder people.

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    • mous

      In some cases forcing the woman to have the baby is also murder. I always find it strange the many of the same people who are pro life are also for the death penalty.. that’s murder to.

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  29. Anonymous

    K..U..R..V..E..T..I..N..A

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  30. rtyecript

    I really liked the article, and the very cool blog

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  31. taylor

    ok so before i say anything i’d like to point out i’m 16 and i’m not quite sure where i stand in the whole pro-life pro-chice issue simply because i wouldn’t have one myself but think a woman shouldn’t be forced to not have that choice @Rebecca i agree with you and these debates do make me think about where i stand. i have read a lot if not most of the comments on here and i have never seen such immature behavior and i know some will disregard my statement simply because i’m 16 but just because someone is young doesn’t mean they have had just as much experience as someone in their 20′s 30′s 40′s etc. whatever i’d say i’m pretty well educated for my age and pretty experienced and mature for my age as well and the things that some people say on here is so rude defensive and spiteful @Anon i don’t know how old you are or what your life is like how you grew up but i’d say rebecca is very intelegent and well spoken for whatever age she is and seems like a very sweet person, so i have no idea why you feel that you have to be so agressive and rude. She may be naive or oblivious but she has an opinion and backed it up pretty not with documents and big words and age and whatever else you feel she needs to validate her opinion but she did it with probably just simple observation from what’s around her and her enviorment and has every right to speak her mind no matter how experienced or educated or whatever 1ST AMENDMENT BABY!!!!!! that was putting a little humor in there for when/if you respond to this and to that girl i’m assuming who said she would not have any second thoughts about abortion i feel you really should sit down and think about your self and morals wether religious or not because abortion is very serious matter it can have physical and emotional effects before and after it has taken place and should NEVER be a decision that is thought about for 2seconds and then put into action i myself contemplated abortion when i had a pregnancy scare because i thought i wouldn’t be able to handle the judgement of others from being pregnant but after really realising that i could be carrying a potential child i knew i could never go through with it no matter what the consequences of having a child thankfully i was not pregnant but i took time to think of all my options and i know someone is going to say something about my immaturity for being sexually active and all that and before anyone throws that on the table as a come back i decided that i wasnt going to be sexually active until i was stable enough to handle the responsibilities of a child and have not been sexually active since my scare which was about 9months ago so i could have had a baby right now but i don’t anyway i’m begining to rant and going off topic i do that a lot anyway i hope ive gotten my point across or made my feelings clear it’s late so my debating skills are on the fritz and i hope i dont seem to immature because i add humor here and there any if you a agree tell me why and if you disagree go ahead and put your 2cents in as well if it makes you feel amazing and accomplished :) xoxoxoxoxoxxxxxxxx

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  32. Anonymous

    You shouldn’t “pity” someone who lives happily after an abortion. That’s so closed- minded to even say that above…. It’s okay for people to open up and come out truthfully about an abortion they have had. It’s brave. Why? because abortion is one of the most judged upon political subjects. I believe that people who have had an unwanted pregnancy and came through it are brave people and did a good deed by having their baby. But in most cases their circumstances are much different. Support (emotionally for the most part) is a huge part of it. The only people I know who had children in high school( which were about 5 to 6 girls) They are now in college & work. Which is great! But they don’t do crap by caring for their child. We all know that’s their family doing that for them… Some don’t have that option. Abortion is wrong, I can’t deny it’s murder. But it would be so corrupt to be made illegal, especially once it has already been legalized. Women should ALWAYS have the right to choose. I have had an abortion, I am not proud of it, and I don’t go around telling the world. It made me sad. but it was the best choice for me, my family, and that child. Women who have abortions should not be put down for being happy after words. Congrats to them for overcoming it and not letting that decision define them as a person!

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  33. Anonymous

    Only way abortion should be okay is if the girl was raped I got pregnant with my son when I was 18and a big party girl who dropped out of school and I was told by family members that I needed to get a abortion because it would mess up everything for my future but they were wrong!!! My son is now 3 I went back to school got my diploma and I am a general manager at panda express making well over 50k plus going to school full time..so the moral of my story is I could of “got rid of the problem” but I decided to change my life style and grow up and take action for what I knew what could happen

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  34. cristina

    i personally think that abortion should be illegal. i don’t know why anyone would even consider having one. its selfish and disgusting. those people really disgust me. i understand the whole its my body and i can do whatever i want to do with it. &all this bullshit but what about the baby? doesnt it have a choice im pretty sure it doesnt want to die. dont have sex if you dont want to get pregnant. not all types of birth control are going to keep you from gettin pregnant. wait until your ass can is mature enought to handle the consequences & having an abortion is not “dealing ” with it. whoever said that is just selfish and i really dont know how they live with themselves. and for all of you that are going to tell me i dont have the right to tell someone what to do well you dont have the right to tell me im wrong either, you have the right to your opinion and i have the right to tell you how stupid it is simple as that,, it makes me so sad and angry to see what the world has become.. women killing their own children . and supporting other who do the same thing. dont open your legs if you aren’t ready to take care of a child.

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  35. cristina

    i personally think that abortion should be illegal. i don’t know why anyone would even consider having one. its selfish and disgusting. those people really disgust me. i understand the whole its my body and i can do whatever i want to do with it. &all this bullshit but what about the baby? doesnt it have a choice im pretty sure it doesnt want to die. dont have sex if you dont want to get pregnant. not all types of birth control are going to keep you from gettin pregnant. wait until your ass can is mature enought to handle the consequences & having an abortion is not “dealing ” with it. whoever said that is just selfish and i really dont know how they live with themselves. and for all of you that are going to tell me i dont have the right to tell someone what to do well you dont have the right to tell me im wrong either, you have the right to your opinion and i have the right to tell you how stupid it is simple as that,, it makes me so sad and angry to see what the world has become.. women killing their own children . and supporting other who do the same thing. dont open your legs if you aren’t ready to take care of a child.

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  36. cristina

    i personally think that abortion should be illegal. i don’t know why anyone would even consider having one. its selfish and disgusting. those people really disgust me. i understand the whole its my body and i can do whatever i want to do with it. &all this bullshit but what about the baby? doesnt it have a choice im pretty sure it doesnt want to die. dont have sex if you dont want to get pregnant. not all types of birth control are going to keep you from gettin pregnant. wait until your ass can is mature enought to handle the consequences & having an abortion is not “dealing ” with it. whoever said that is just selfish and i really dont know how they live with themselves. and for all of you that are going to tell me i dont have the right to tell someone what to do well you dont have the right to tell me im wrong either, you have the right to your opinion and i have the right to tell you how stupid it is simple as that,, it makes me so sad and angry to see what the world has become.. women killing their own children . and supporting other who do the same thing. dont open your legs if you aren’t ready to take care of a child.

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  37. Anonymous

    Pro-choice. It’s my body, and I decide what happens to it. Piss off.

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