So, most arguments and indeed the very term “pro-choice” are predicated on the woman’s right to choose with regards to her own body. It is often argued that her body is being inhabited.
Yet, many say “yes, to a point.” Why? Why does she have the choice and then lose it, despite her body still being inhabited.
This is not a legal question. We all know what the law says. This is a moral question. Pro-choice or not?
- Yes, a woman has the right to choose as long as her body is inhabited.
- No, she loses the right to choose because…