Back in May, I participated in a discussion with Dave Smith (representing the pro-life argument), Walter Block (representing the evictionism argument) and me (representing the pro-choice argument) on abortion on Lions of Liberty. I forgot about this, but meant to … Continue reading A Lovely Libertarian Conversation on Abortion
I wrote a post on Facebook recently that I realized I meant to include here as well.
To be very clear:
I want every child to be wanted and loved.
I want people to not get pregnant unless they want to be.
I want birth control education and access to be prevalent.
I want people to enjoy healthy sex lives without unwanted pregnancy.
I want people to be careful with their birth control, and use Plan B if they think there’s a problem.
I want people to utilize pregnancy tests as soon as their periods are late, and know how to tell when there might be a problem.
“Ultimately, forced fatherhood has no place in a free society. I am profoundly grateful that, unless various activist groups get more laws passed to restrict my rights — which I’ll keep fighting — I will never be forced to be a parent against my will; it’s time to make sure that everybody can say the same.” Read more at The Libertarian Republic. Continue reading Men Should Be Able To Opt Out of Parenthood Too
“We compromise constantly. Roe v. Wade was a compromise, and every piece of legislation afterwards has been shrinking women’s rights of autonomy, yet compromise continues, and constant vigilance is required. Pro-choice IS the reasonable position, the compromised position, the middle position, the … Continue reading The Position of Compromise