By Stanley Collymore
Rape, enforced incest, endangerment to the mother’s health
or life, or an early diagnosed horrendous foetal deformity
or recognized hereditary or other incurable disease
being carried by that foetus whose quality of life
would be seriously impaired or virtually
none, are all plausible reasons if an
imposed or even an intended
conception occurs to
logically and ethically
have an abortion.
But to simply or else lazily use it as a deferred
mechanism for contraception and callously do so in an
age and society replete with a range of highly
effective ways to freely obviate unwanted
pregnancies, is nothing less than the
insensitive and cold-blooded
perpetration of mindless
murder in my opinion!
© Stanley V. Collymore
22 February 2013.