Au Contraire. Do you not rebute because you're afraid of the answer? One way, you prove yourself wrong. The other way, you support a nearly pure-evil man who slaughtered 6 million people. Answer the damn question. Ignoring something because you don't like the answer makes you look like a damn fool.
it doesn't dignify a response because of it's absurdity... let me give an example of another absurd question... would you rather cut off your penis, or cut out your vagina?
At 11 years old, the girl would die giving birth. A woman's hips are not fully developed to deliver a child until at least 16, safely. There's a massive chance of death until about 16. Would you prefer an unborn fetus die, or an innocent 11 year old girl die?
most people don't mind abortion when the woman is raped... if an 11 year old girl has sex willingly, then she should have the baby and the dr.s not be allowed to help HER in any way, just deliver the baby... that'll teach her...
A fetus cannot even be distinguished as a human until the latter part of the second trimester.
To cap it off, how many of you celebrate your conceptionday instead of your birthday? Read my posts in the first page, then you can reply again.
so a fetus is alive now because it looks human? or is it alive when it moves for the first time? or when it's heart beats for the first time? or when it first develops cells that are designed for a distinct purpose? or when it first starts replicating DNA? or when the final DNA of the child is completed upon conception? I mean technically it is a unique life form at that point.
I think the main point you were trying to make in your first paragraph (correct me if I'm wrong) was that making the choice to have sex, protected or unprotected, is automatic grounds for punishment if anything goes wrong. This means that even if you used birth control, condoms, etc. and pregnancy still occurred, you should have the baby.
I would by no means ever call it punishment. Having a child isn't a "punishment" it's a responsibility. By having sex you accept the risk that you may potentially have a child. I know a couple people that have had children very young (18 or less) and I don't know any of them that love their children any less, or treat them any worse. In fact, most of the women I've met actually are significantly more loving of their children than some other families.
It's impossible to stop people from having sex, which is why abstinence education is a load of shit. It's human nature to want to have sex during the teens (significant in that it's before marriage), and even the most Christian girls are going to want to fuck around. I mean, who here doesn't know a "god-loving" girl that has broken away and slowly gone towards promiscuity?
oh, so then the 1900+ years where many people didn't have sex till they were married obviously don't count? I by no means support straight up abstinence, but sex is not a game. It is very much a responsibility, and it should be treated as such.