Let's be honest, rape isn't something your likely to forget in 9 months, its not something your likely to forget in 9 years. I know people who are 23 and were raped when they were five and they still have issues over it.
"People". That's a rather specific pair of ages for 'people'.
I know a girl who was drugged and raped for four months, morning noon and night, when she was ten. She put up with it because her family needed his money.
I know a girl whose own father raped her when she was five. She still loves him.
I know a girl who was raped by the one man she thought she could trust. It broke her in many ways.
I know a girl who was raped by her drug dealer.
I know a girl who was raped by a house guest, where revealing the rape would have led to different legal problems.
I could go on. Elliquiy has a significantly higher proportion of women who have been through such trauma, and I've seen enough of it to be sick of dehumanizing and denigrating them as you do. Do you sense a common theme, at all?
But by accepting that rape makes abortion okay you're 1. Punishing an innocent child who had nothing to do with the action committed and 2. giving those who weren't raped and out to get abortions.
You claim to know rape victims. Honestly, if you do, it's pretty clear to me that you have not the remotest bit of comprehension regarding the trauma involved. "They should always report it" - ironically, people like you are a big part of the reason it goes so underreported.
No one is blaming the victim, read what I said and find where any real victims were blamed. ...
Here, I'll highlight:
On the off chance, pretty much yeah. There are measures they take when you report a rape to make sure you don't actually get pregnant. The first thing that should happen when someone is raped is they should report it and get the rape kit stuff done. If you don't not only are you taking the chance of getting pregnant, you're taking the chance of letting the person who raped you walk away free.
1) You have no comprehension of what pregnancy entails. You would gladly beat and torture a woman - physically and emotionally - for nine months, to get your so-called 'moral' rocks off.
2) More rapes end in pregnancy than consensual sex
. "Off chance"? No.
3) As I mentioned above, you have not the remotest sense of comprehension about the trauma involved and why it might go unreported.
4) 70% of conceptions end in miscarriage. What are those losses, then?
You know nothing about pregnancy, nothing about rape, but are more than happy to judge people who have gone through each.
You might as well be a preschooler trying to convince us the Earth is flat. Except that would be a lot kinder to the women reading who have been through one, two, or all of the topics discussed in this thread.