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Person 1: I’m pro-choice because I’m liberal. Person 2 (our hero): Many liberals are pro-life. Social justice requires that we protect vulnerable members of our species, such as the poor, minorities, and the preborn.

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It’s not just about being against something, it’s believing that every individual deserves dignity and respect, whoever they are, at whatever stage of life they’re in. —Dan Lipinski, Democratic Representative (IL-3)

At the time of this writing, there are several pro-life Democrats serving in Congress in the U.S.

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Person 1: Abortion restrictions unfairly affect poor women who can’t afford to travel to another state. Person 2 (our hero): It’s true that poor women are affected differently. I think women and fetuses should be respected and protected regardless of income.Person 1: I’m pro-choice because I’m libertarian. Person 2 (our hero): Most libertarians think the government should prevent aggressive violence. Ron Paul and many others think that includes abortion.Person 1: I’m pro-choice because I’m a feminist. Person 2 (our hero): I support the equality of all people, regardless of sex, gender, or anything else. That’s actually why I’m pro-life. What does feminism mean to you?Our hero: Racism, sexism, and homophobia are wrong because they devalue people based on superficial qualities. We’re all members of the human species, so we’re all equally valuable. Fetuses are members of the human species, too.
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