@David_Killens . I can put up sources to cite my claims. If you don’t like it, then don’t f*cking look at them. But any credible source or claim is sourced and cited. If you don’t like this, well, I don’t care. I’ll still shorten up my stuff, but I will NOT stop providing claims, just because you don’t like it. Don’t read them. Simple. How hard is it to not click a link? There’s a thing called “scroll past it.” You may have not heard of it before, and I know, it’s truly mind-blowing. So, seriously, stop whining about whether I put up links or not. That’s what people to want others to believe their claims do.
@Tin-Man . Men are more often the victims of domestic violence, but women go to the police more. Yes, looking at police records or counts or whatever, it appears like women are more abused. But guess what? Most research actually says the opposite: that men get abused more, and women abuse more. Take a look at gay relationships, for example. While gay men actually do indeed have higher rates than previously thought, lesbians still have the highest rates of relationship violence. And once I compile my list, I’ll give it to you. Just because you get data from one area does not mean that that means everything. Also, I’ll be becoming a blood spatter analyst for my first job in a couple years or so, so I’ll be able to see some counts myself, probably. I’ll become a full-time researcher not long after that, and I’ll be able to explore it much more fully.
And everyone else: stop attacking or bullying people. Just because they don’t believe the same thing as you does not make them wrong. Also, if you ever want to get anti-abortionists on your side, listen to me when I say how. They literally are not against it because it’s women; they’re against it because they feel like you’re murdering a child. If you ever want them to agree with you, then see it from their side, do not make anti-gay excuses just so that it can fit your narrative (“it’s not murder if it’s not illegal” - said no sane person ever), and if you can, help to move forward the thing where fetuses can be kept alive in some sort of incubator and then be brought to full-term. I’m mostly anti-abortion (and so are the other 2 teen moms I’ve met), except the only reason I support abortion is because I support paper abortion (where you can relinquish all legal and other rights and responsibilities to your child), but if abortion were just moving the baby into an incubator and then the mother relinquishes her rights and responsibilities to the child(ren), then I would have absolutely no problem with it. I’m pretty sure other anti-abortionists would feel the same way, as I’ve talked to them. So seriously, listen, if you want no one to be anti-abortion anymore.
And trust me, don’t assume that all people against abortion are male, or even anti-feminist. I’ve met other anti-abortionists, who, like me, do not fit your stereotype (I’m a biracial [4 or 5-races], mostly gay/male-attracted, trans man atheist, as you may already know), with some I’ve met being black, female, Indian (from India) or Native American (I’m not sure which, maybe Mexican), LGBT+ who claimed that abortion was homophobic, those who claim that abortion is anti-woman, those who are atheist or non-religious, those who are satanist (like me, and some more), and more. In fact, in the US, there are more women than men in number who are anti-abortion (36% and 35%, I can’t remember which are which), and since 51.8% of the US population are female, that means approximately (out of 326,000,000 if I remember correctly) [I’ll put this here monday] (168,868,000 females) and [I’ll put this here monday] (157,132,000 males) are anti-abortion. Also, a Planned Parenthood study from some time ago found that having an abortion is much more likely to turn a woman against abortion than for it.