Just read another story about a newborn baby thrown in the trash by his teenaged mother. Ho-hum.
Yet...people in the comments were shrieking about the evil of the act, like it's worse to throw away a baby that was still covered in afterbirth than it is to vacuum one out of the womb and kill it.
Honestly, people--what did you expect? You make life disposable with pro-abortion laws and advocacy,* and assisted-suicide laws, and euthanasia laws, and then you scream about a young girl who's internalized the lessons you didn't realize you were teaching?
Grow a soul, and stop holding the attitude that when someone else's life is inconvenient, it should be ended. Stop pressuring the world to agree with your morality that it's okay to choose to end someone else's life. Stop equating the murder of babies with using a condom or taking a birth control pill.
And maybe, just maybe, sixteen year old girls will stop seeing their new infants as disposable trash.
*I do not advocate changing the law to make abortion illegal for a doctor to perform--just illegal to choose as a "contraception" method after the heart starts beating.
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