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4 hours ago, Mysteryman said:

A functioning democracy and workplace works when opinions from all sides are respected

Opinions from all sides are not respected. 

 

But you are free to express it. 

There’s a huge difference. 

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1 hour ago, SpearHea:D said:

Will retardera and other media houses cancel PlayStation and its discussion. 

 

Yes, but Jimbo will give a retraction/"I didn't mean to say that" statement before such a thing happens

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42 minutes ago, PhantomShade said:

 

Yes, but Jimbo will give a retraction/"I didn't mean to say that" statement before such a thing happens

 

Jimbo probably has a gag order put on him by the HQ while a PR team prepares a response. You might even get a state of play announcement to distract people :lol: 

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57 minutes ago, PhantomShade said:

 

Yes, but Jimbo will give a retraction/"I didn't mean to say that" statement before such a thing happens


PS OT on reset already distracted by SH leaks 😂😂😂

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2 hours ago, Vamos said:

Opinions from all sides are not respected. 

 

But you are free to express it. 

There’s a huge difference. 

 

Seriously. There are plenty of holocaust deniers and other conspiracy theoriests as well out there. Might as well start respecting their "opinions" as well.

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1 hour ago, Sach4life said:

 

Seriously. There are plenty of holocaust deniers and other conspiracy theoriests as well out there. Might as well start respecting their "opinions" as well.

But what exactly are the 2 sides here? I don't follow that news so have no idea. Acc to my incomplete knowledge the 2 sides are...

 

Side a (bad guys) : complete ban on abortion or ban after certain weeks are completed when the foetus is technically alive and has a heartbeat. The law that is applicable in our country too. 

 

Side b (good guys) : should have the freedom to abort anytime before delivery. 

 

Is this correct or am I completely wrong? 

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4 minutes ago, KnackChap said:

But what exactly are the 2 sides here? I don't follow that news so have no idea. Acc to my incomplete knowledge the 2 sides are...

 

Side a (bad guys) : complete ban on abortion or ban after certain weeks are completed when the foetus is technically alive and has a heartbeat. The law that is applicable in our country too. 

 

Side b (good guys) : should have the freedom to abort anytime before delivery. 

 

Is this correct or am I completely wrong? 


Yes even I want to know this. 
Post 20 weeks pregnancy is considered “unethical” unless there is some danger to the mother. 
 

Even the Down syndrome foetuses are only allowed to be aborted before this time in India. 

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5 minutes ago, KnackChap said:

But what exactly are the 2 sides here? I don't follow that news so have no idea. Acc to my incomplete knowledge the 2 sides are...

 

Side a (bad guys) : complete ban on abortion or ban after certain weeks are completed when the foetus is technically alive and has a heartbeat. The law that is applicable in our country too. 

 

Side b (good guys) : should have the freedom to abort anytime before delivery. 

 

Is this correct or am I completely wrong? 

 

Nope. US is basically a sh*thole with some states having blanket anti-abortion law. No abortion allowed even if the fetus has developed out of sexual abuse/rape etc. Some states do allow the right of choice (i.e. depends on the mother whether she wants abortion or not). But basically a "first world" country even having such a debate is just f**king insane. 

This + gun laws make US the most brain dead chutiya country on Earth. 

Please do respect my opinion even if someone doesn't agree with it. ;)

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Also, for those who don't know, there are many religious groups in US who apparently run abortion clinics, where they try to talk to females to get out of abortion. 

 

Poori chootiyon ki jamaat hai. 

 

Respect my opinion, pretty please. :hi:

 

Edit: Texas Heartbeat Act - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Heartbeat_Act - basically no abortion after 6 weeks of pregnancy. Most females won't even come to know they are pregnant at 6 weeks. :lol:

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5 minutes ago, KnackChap said:

But what exactly are the 2 sides here? I don't follow that news so have no idea. Acc to my incomplete knowledge the 2 sides are...

 

Side a (bad guys) : complete ban on abortion or ban after certain weeks are completed when the foetus is technically alive and has a heartbeat. The law that is applicable in our country too. 

 

Side b (good guys) : should have the freedom to abort anytime before delivery. 

 

Is this correct or am I completely wrong? 

 

Pro Life and Pro Choice both find common ground when it comes to late abortions. It is a different topic altogether. Some US states ban just late abortions and some states make it hard to get access to such medical services. 

 

However, the implications of completely banning the right to abort are really severe, especially in teenagers who've had unplanned or accidental pregnancies. 

States like Alabama, Ohio and few others have already passed such laws, which really is shocking. Says a lot how some US states are still in the stone age. 

 

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17 minutes ago, KnackChap said:

Side a (bad guys) : complete ban on abortion or ban after certain weeks are completed when the foetus is technically alive and has a heartbeat. The law that is applicable in our country too. 

Ours is 24 weeks now (5+ months), and only reason its not beyond that is its very risky for the mother after that.

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4 minutes ago, CarbonCore said:

Ours is 24 weeks now (5+ months), and only reason its not beyond that is its very risky for the mother after that.

Ours is still 20 weeks only (most women claim it for contraceptive failure and it stands at 20 wks for that).....24 weeks is only for those under special categories and if a medical board approves even beyond that is allowed.

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22 minutes ago, Bird Bird Bird said:

 

Nope. US is basically a sh*thole with some states having blanket anti-abortion law. No abortion allowed even if the fetus has developed out of sexual abuse/rape etc. Some states do allow the right of choice (i.e. depends on the mother whether she wants abortion or not). But basically a "first world" country even having such a debate is just f**king insane. 

This + gun laws make US the most brain dead chutiya country on Earth. 

Please do respect my opinion even if someone doesn't agree with it. ;)

 

12 minutes ago, Vamos said:

 

Pro Life and Pro Choice both find common ground when it comes to late abortions. It is a different topic altogether. Some US states ban just late abortions and some states make it hard to get access to such medical services. 

 

However, the implications of completely banning the right to abort are really severe, especially in teenagers who've had unplanned or accidental pregnancies. 

States like Alabama, Ohio and few others have already passed such laws, which really is shocking. Says a lot how some US states are still in the stone age. 

 

 

10 minutes ago, CarbonCore said:

Ours is 24 weeks now (5+ months), and only reason its not beyond that is its very risky for the mother after that.

 

Thank you. 

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4 minutes ago, blitzkreiig said:

Ours is still 20 weeks only (most women claim it for contraceptive failure and it stands at 20 wks for that).....24 weeks is only for those under special categories and if a medical board approves even beyond that is allowed.

I think I remember a high profile case from my school going days here in mumbai/delhi where the parents got to know that the child was differently abled and went to SC to get the child aborted after the stipulated period was over. Their reasoning was that they had no extended family/relatives, both suffered from health issues so what would happen to the child once they were no more. The court didn't rule in their favour. Dunno what happened after that. 

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39 minutes ago, KnackChap said:

I think I remember a high profile case from my school going days here in mumbai/delhi where the parents got to know that the child was differently abled and went to SC to get the child aborted after the stipulated period was over. Their reasoning was that they had no extended family/relatives, both suffered from health issues so what would happen to the child once they were no more. The court didn't rule in their favour. Dunno what happened after that. 

There are risks to the mother beyond certain period of gestation and hence the apprehension from courts. Also a top court ruling sets up precedent for future cases so they're wary.

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