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I live in California in the United States. Far away from Mississippi, one of the most redneck states in the U.S. However, I still get angry whenever people try to tell others how to live no matter if they're telling me directly or to someone I've never met in China.
Mississippi is putting abortion on a ballot, asking whether abortion should be illegal with no exceptions. That means rape and incest victims will not be allowed to get an abortion. So, they're punishing victims by forcing them to have their child. That's like raping the person all over again! Except this time the state government is raping the woman (or girl.)
Prop 26 in Mississippi is bullshit. Some people have ideas, some people have others. So why are some trying so hard to push their beliefs and tell women how to live their lives?
We'll just be going back to the dark ages before Roe vs. Wade because this poison, the poison of forcing others' will on another, most likely will spread. I heard that states such as Florida and Michigan were considering their own version of Prop 26.
The dark ages I'm talking about are the times when young girls would die from either taking hangers to themselves or trying to get some shady makeshift abortion in an alley. They'll be forcing women to search for other ways to get abortions, which are much more dangerous and deadly.
25 years to life for an abortion? And getting rid of a good chunk of the contraceptives currently available?
Get out of other women's vaginas.