Goodness gracious, I don’t see why this is so difficult for you to understand. On the other hand, it is true I’ve probably thought it through longer. I start out with Government being legitimately in charge of trade. Let’s use cigarettes and liquor as two examples. The government regulates how cigarettes and liquor may be advertised. The prohibit advertising on TV and permit them only in adult magazines because they rightly recognize such ads are not appropriate for the general population as a whole. However…liquor and cigarettes and ads announcing their presence are seen in stores, correct?
Take this into abortion where government cannot take a stand. Does government allow the advertisement of prostitution, sex toys, suicide methods or anything else that would cause harm to anyone? No. So why would Government make an exception for abortion except to push abortion?
Note, sex toys, prostitution, etc. are advertised in adult stores, places where adults frequent, Internet, etc. As such, people can still pursue information on the Internet, correct? At a doctor or hospital, they can still see or request information on services offered, right? They same might be true of adult magazines the government allows to advertise cigarettes, liquor, sex toys, etc. I really don’t have a position on that.
Does this answer your question?