Taryn - Anya's mommy 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Toronto, Ontario 49462 posts
23rd Mar '12
Quoting Kelly and Brandon:" And people have the choice to answer or not answer depending on what they're comfortable with. PUBLIC ... [snip!] ... And honestly the only thing she should feel sorry about is for putting the post in the wrong area, not for being curious."

and you saying this is you being a b***h. Pro-life vs Pro-choice is a very touchy subject on here, as it is on any parenting forum, thats why most people leave it alone. Most likely, pro-lifers aren't going to change the mind of pro-choice, and vice versa, if anything I have seen pro-lifers change their mind about it and become pro-choice. Most pro-lifers are very misinformed.

Kelly+Brandon=Blake 1 child; Maryland 1260 posts
23rd Mar '12
Quoting Tara - Anya's mommy:" and you saying this is you being a b***h. Pro-life vs Pro-choice is a very touchy subject on here, as ... [snip!] ... if anything I have seen pro-lifers change their mind about it and become pro-choice. Most pro-lifers are very misinformed."


Agreed. BUT some people do have somewhat of an open mind or curiousity that can bring understanding. If someone's brought up that way, like me for instance, that can really have a big reflection of someone's opinion. My mind was changed and if telling stories can show that both sides are completely normal then what's wrong with it? Like I said, everyone has a choice and an opinion. I don't like people telling me that my choices were wrong so I know where you're coming from, I just don't mind answering a curious question because I now know that I did nothing wrong.