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Person 1: We shouldn’t tell women what to do. Person 2 (our hero): I agree that we should generally avoid restricting people’s freedom, but we should make exceptions to keep people from hurting each other.

Should We Tell Women What to Do?

Remember to show compassion. Make it clear that this isn’t about punishing or oppressing women. We think men and women have equal value. We also think fetuses and adults have equal value.

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Person 1: I support abortion access because I think women should have choices. Person 2 (our hero): I think people should have lots of choices in life, but there have to be some limits. E.g., I don’t think parents should be given the choice to abuse their kids. Would you agree?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 against abortion, but I’d better not impose my religious beliefs on others. Person 2 (our hero): I agree that religious freedom is important. But I don’t think abortion is a religious issue any more than infanticide is.Person 1: A woman’s choice to get an abortion is none of your business. Person 2 (our hero): I don’t want to violate anyone’s privacy. Let me ask a question; bear with me. If I overhear parents planning to kill their two-year-old, should I intervene?
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