what if what we mean by womyns reproductive rights isn?t really conducive to communal, and non-violent living.
Terminating a birth because it is unwanted ? for practical considerations, e.g. raising children will bring cessation to her 'formal' education, complicate her life, take away her freedom to live as an individual, restrict her future mating options, bring about months of immobility, force her into a position of accepting [out of necessity] a wage slave occupation, or perhaps because she merely doesn?t want a child at that time [granted health risk, incest, rape etc. are not being included in merely practical considerations. Such instances bring another level of complexity to the issue, beyond practicality.] ? bears hints of capitalist-anti-communal-self-reliant implications.
Capitalistic? Children are liabilities. Anti-communal? I permit no communal help in the raising of an unexpected child. Self-reliant? Self reliance outside of the community ? from each one?s ability to their own needs ? is a-communal. Granted, the above ?arguments? make large leaps to their conclusions ? however, there is a string of reason present.
Why is abortion a right? (hopefully not as a reaction to patri-culture?s repression of womyn alone ? if it is right, it would be trans-cultural ? otherwise it is merely a convention. If our rights are mere convention, there is no ?real? right to propagate any convention, esp in the place of another.)