Aborted fetuses are the least of our problems.

So ya know how anti-choice trashcans say “what if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of a fetus that gets aborted?”

But since fetuses already knowing advanced medical sciences aren’t a thing, I figured I’d provide some more valid alternatives:

What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of someone who has a “black sounding” name and gets their school application thrown out?

What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of someone who accidentally becomes pregnant where abortion is illegal or very difficult to access and they are forced to quit the sciences to raise the child?

What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of a fat person whose credibility in the medical field is destroyed because they are assumed to be “unhealthy” and a hypocrite?

What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of a person who starves to death?

What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of someone who is murdered by drones or police?

What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of someone who is raped and cannot continue their research due to trauma?

What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of someone who is killed in a shooting because some below average teen boy couldn’t get laid?

I mean if you wanna talk about real life actual things that prevent scientific advancement look no further than capitalism, misogyny, ableism, racism, violence, oppression. But I guess that doesn’t allow you to control people’s bodies and push your gross agenda.

11 thoughts on “Aborted fetuses are the least of our problems.

  1. jigenryu778 April 11, 2016 at 20:41 Reply

    Not to sound like I’m pushing my own little “agenda,” but what if a cure for cancer lived in the mind of an LGBT?

    • Francois Tremblay April 12, 2016 at 00:14 Reply

      What about it

      • jigenryu778 April 12, 2016 at 02:49 Reply

        I’m just saying that these people could be capable of so much, yet society wouldn’t let them because they are unnatural and sinful and get pushed back in the closet. They could accomplish something that no regular human being could but they weren’t able to because people feared them. They get demonized to the point of suicide daily and those chances of finding a cure for cancer get less an less likely.

        Think about it for a sec.

  2. jigenryu778 April 12, 2016 at 02:53 Reply

    Lemme start over.

    What if the cure for cancer existed in the mind of an LGBT, but he or she couldn’t find a profession because others rejected him or her on the grounds of religious belief?

  3. Tamrika April 15, 2016 at 00:12 Reply

    It’s disgusting to live in a world where it’s acceptable to murder other human beings, especially children of any age. (And by the way, a fetus is a child. At conception, he/she receives full DNA– such growth instructions as gender, hair color, eye shape, height, etc.)

    42 million unborn children are murdered every year… What a terrible, yet largely preventable, tragedy. With such a large number being slaughtered annually, there is no surprise our world is lacking important cures, missing discoveries, and such achievements. We’ve done it to ourselves– killing future doctors, scientists, teachers, and who knows what else.

    I don’t expect you to understand this, and based on your responses to other comments that offer opinions different from yours, I fully expect to be cussed out or something. Oh well. I’m glad that people like you typically do little more than blog rants about perceived ills of society or skewed and illogical belief systems. People like me (and other pro-lifers) are working to change the world, offering support and education to pregnant mothers in troubling circumstances. Who knows, maybe the next baby we save will grow up to be the surgeon who one day operates on you or your children.

    Carry on.

    • Francois Tremblay April 15, 2016 at 00:40 Reply

      “Who knows, maybe the next baby we save will grow up to be the surgeon who one day operates on you or your children.”

      You are clearly an imbecile. Since the argument you use is EXACTLY THE SAME ARGUMENT THAT THIS VERY ENTRY DEBUNKS. Did you even read it?

      “I don’t expect you to understand this, and based on your responses to other comments that offer opinions different from yours, I fully expect to be cussed out or something.”

      Sorry, but if you don’t even read the entry you’re commenting on, yes I will cuss at you. You deserve it. Stop playing the victim, it just makes you look even worse to everyone else here.

      “People like me (and other pro-lifers) are working to change the world, offering support and education to pregnant mothers in troubling circumstances.”

      Yea right. Sure you are. I know what you people really do. I’m not ignorant about your tactics.

      “And by the way, a fetus is a child. At conception, he/she receives full DNA– such growth instructions as gender, hair color, eye shape, height, etc.”

      Then a cancer growth is also a child, you deeply retarded, misogynistic, childist idiot.

      You are a waste of a human being.

      • Brian L May 6, 2016 at 17:08 Reply

        There is no need to cure or suffer from cancer, if you don’t create the further existence.

        Whether or not some fucking amazing surgeon gets created , both surgeon and patient will suffer and die regardless. As for the patient especially, there’s more of a chance that a cancer prone individual will be born, than a brilliant surgeon, statistically. And then, there’s the surgeon who dies of cancer…

        • Brian L May 6, 2016 at 17:14 Reply

          Personally, between the pro-life imbecile who posted that crap, and a tumour with hair and teeth, I’d root for the hairy, toothy tumour. Hehe.

  4. sellmaeth April 17, 2016 at 14:52 Reply

    What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of a woman who dies in the attempt to end her pregnancy, because she couldn’t get a safe, professional abortion and had to resort to stabbing herself with a knitting needle or ingesting poison?

    What if the cure for cancer lives in the mind of a woman who dies in childbirth because she was denied an abortion?

    Forced-birthers do not save babies. They kill women.

    • Brian L May 6, 2016 at 17:16 Reply

      Forced birthers kill everyone, by their insistence on existence., which is always fatal.

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