I agree with it.
And anti-abortion groups need to get a grip, it's not their decision to make or influence in any way unless it's their own situation.
Surely even those who are pro-life would rather that if a woman is going to have an abortion, she knows where to go and has it done properly?
I don't think there's a need for an advert. I actually consider it pretty poor taste, and as someone who has direct experience with this there is part of me that considers it offensive. I don't know if i agree about trivialising it, maybe it does, but mainly i think it's pretty poor taste to punch out a reminder of it to any would-be parents at home who happen to catch the advert - even if an abortion was agreed on and considered the best option, there won't be many people who aren't affected by it.
The fact 350,000 people called in and over 200,000 abortions were performed in 2008 quite clearly shows people aren't at a loss for where to get them done.
If anyone knows of a woman with a child who wanted an abortion but couldn't find where to get one, i'll retract my statements.
Being anti abortion is a really stupid position its not your body and its not your choice get out.
Surely a GP could furnish any woman on her options concerning abortion? I'll have to reserve my judgement on how the advert deals with the issue, and if it is appropriately and responsibly made, I can't really oppose it. However, currently, I can't see how it is entirely necessary.
Brilliant. I want abortion to become more socially acceptable and normalised, there is no need for there to be stigma attached to it.
I don't think most women know much about where to go for a private, non-NHS abortion. I don't, anyway. I'm looking at the prices on their website and feel lucky that I actually have enough in my savings. I'm sure many, many women won't be able to spare that much and have to wait longer for NHS abortions. This needs sorting out. Anyone who claims to care about foetuses would be all for making sure we have easy and quick access to NHS abortions, as opposed to having to wait longer.
I'm not religious or one of these 'pro life' people, but the over liberal attitude towards abortion is pretty disturbing. I'd say I'm pro abortion to an EXTENT. But it's not the parent's or the woman's 'right' as they put it. It's someone's right to be able to use protection, contraception etc, but to use abortion so frequently when we know what happens even in the early stages of the gestation period is just blind and cold. There's no such thing as an accident, and only knowing a month or two later.