Abortion & Law

6 min readMay 10, 2022
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First and foremost, this is an opinion piece. Take it with a grain of salt and don’t virtually lynch me for it. I’m expressing an opinion about abortion and hoping it provides food for thought to whoever resonates with any of the points I make. 🤓

I’m a heterosexual man. Due to that, some would say I have no right to an opinion on the matter, but I disagree. I consider myself pro life and pro abortion. I don’t believe it has to be one way the other. I think we need to find an appropriate compromise coupled with new support systems in order to have this work out satisfactorily for anyone.

What Is Life?

This is a tough one, for sure. The debate is still out. Many don’t quite agree on the modern definitions whether spiritual or scientific. I lean toward a definition that is more scientific than spiritual, but it can be considered metaphysical in a sense.

I’ve learned a lot about water, recently. If you’re not familiar with the plethora of information out there about water having a kind of imprint or memory, I highly encourage you to do some research on this fascinating topic as recent discoveries tie water directly to life in ways we weren’t taught in the classroom.

Most of us are aware that without water, there is no life. What many of us aren’t aware of is the mentioned observation of water having memory. This is of huge importance. In my personal opinion, water either is life or it’s the antenna that receives the information to form life. 📶

We were taught about the Earth and our bodies having a high ratio of water compared to bone and tissue. Current consensus states the average human body is composed of approximately 60% water. However, most of us never knew that newborns are made up of about 78% water, which is a significant difference we shouldn’t ignore. And important parts have high quantities:

According to H.H. Mitchell, Journal of Biological Chemistry 158, the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. The skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones are watery: 31%.

Why Is Water Important To Abortion?

Science has discovered that water is not only the basis for all life we know on the planet, but that water is highly involved in DNA. Our DNA exists within a skin or wrapping of water called a chiral water superstructure. While that’s extremely interesting, there’s something water does that brings it into the abortion discussion: It actually assists the genes of our DNA get to the proper locations within the double helix. It’s basically designing us. Yeah, you read that right. 🤯

Scientists Discuss Water In Humans & Life

This is important to abortion because it shows there’s something more in line with the spiritual going on during the creation of life. Some would say that water is the medium transcoding information from the universe into the building blocks of life. In light of that, it’s not a stretch to say life kind of begins before any cells actually form. There’s already the presence of some kind of intelligence or memory that’s guiding the entire process. It knows to form strands of human DNA, not those of a 🐀 or 🐓 or 🦊.

Get it?

What’s a Human?

Perhaps, the above point is too abstract for many. I can already hear all the women screaming, “DNA ain’t no human baby! My body is my body! No one should be able to tell me what to do with my body!!!”. And to that point, I agree. DNA is not a baby, yet. And I wouldn’t dare tell a woman what to with her body.

However, from a pro life perspective, try to understand that, essentially, none of this is about the bodies of women. It’s specifically about the potential human beings coming through the bodies of women. Once here, they have the right to be born. The universe itself has arranged that. Not you, ladies. 😅

Also, there’s a ton of research about the human heart. In my opinion, there are two facts that relate it to the topic of abortion. One is that the heart is the first organ to form. Another, which corresponds to the first, is that once a heart is beating, there is an electromagnetic field being produced, which continues until death. 🫀

To me, this means we do not arrive when we are being developed further over the course of a pregnancy. We are here as soon as there is a heartbeat. Our aura, our Qi, our spiritual force, etc. begins there. So with that and the above points in mind, I lean heavily toward the pro life side of this debate.

It Should Be Choice

Although, I’m heavily pro life, I recognize that it should still be a woman’s choice to have a baby or not. There are too many situations, such as poverty or rape, that can lead to a completely unhealthy development for both people involved. I agree that women are capable of making a proper decision on this. However, I also think there should be a time frame set for abortion based on the formation of the heart.

Aside from when in development the abortion should be limited, there’s also the responsibility of those who would create laws to force women to have babies they’d rather not have. If any governing body is going to force women to give birth, they should be responsible for the well-being of those babies from birth until they have a family. There needs to be radically improved care available for them along with more streamlined methods of finding a family for them.

It Takes Two

What are we going to do to women who decide they do not consent to the laws imposed upon them? Places are making abortion a criminal offense! 🚓This is another really, really tricky conversation we all need to have. If you ask me, I think past a certain point, it is indeed murder to abort a child. The legal penalty for such is serious, but I don’t believe it should fall on the woman alone.

If a man plays any part in the pro-abortion decision, he should face the same consequences. Even if he doesn’t assist in it, he should still be held nearly as accountable because it takes two to create a new life. He’s 100% responsible for his share of bringing the situation about.

I’m fairly certain men don’t always ask women if they’re okay with becoming pregnant prior to impregnating them. Whether accidental or not, it happens. In these situations, they need to held accountable.

Other situations require other judgements. ⚖️

Is Life Sacred?

I do believe life is sacred and that snuffing a baby’s life out is murder. But let’s consider murder for a moment. Our presidents murder–albeit, indirectly–all the time in the name of their own versions of justice. Our military does the same at the behest of their superiors. No questions asked. And if they don’t want to, they may risk being tossed in military prison for treason or something similar.

What about the countless wars being waged by our world powers with the armies of lesser powers. This is playing out right now with Ukraine. Our own police shoot and kill people every week or month. Especially, those of darker complexion. Not much justice being seen on that front. Yet, we’re supposed to keep funding them? And I don’t even know what to say about the devastation of life on the African continent by themselves and due to other powers. It’s mind-numbing.

The list goes on. So while I believe in saving the lives of babies, how harshly are we to judge women in this regard? Should we? To what extent? There’s a shitload of questions here.


And that’s it. That’s my personal opinion about this highly delicate, highly politicized dilemma. I hope we can all continue debating and working toward more fair and agreeable laws around this. I love women. I know this is a crazy time for you all. Make your opinions known.

To all of my peers, both men and women, understand the importance of your union. 💘