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    (Original post by Dajoruna)
    Perhaps they are trying to make a statement, you could wear a t-shirt with any slogan and you 'might' be attacked.
    Yeah but there's a higher chance of you being than other statements on t shirts. You risk being murdered, if you hear of 'pro-lifers' bombing clinics and killing those wh ocarry out abortions in the USA. This is where the site is too.
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    The whole pro-life thing is really scary. Surely it's worse to hurt someone who really is alive (I'm honestly not trying to provoke a debate on abortion here so please don't start one).
    I'd never wear that t-shirt even if I am pro-choice
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    I don't know who would ever want to wear such a t-shirt

    On a lighter note one of my male friends has a t-shirt which says 'Cover me in chocolate and feed me to lesbians', which is quite embarrassing when in public :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Acaila)
    The whole pro-life thing is really scary. Surely it's worse to hurt someone who really is alive (I'm honestly not trying to provoke a debate on abortion here so please don't start one).
    I'd never wear that t-shirt even if I am pro-choice
    I agree. Pro lifers are enraged about what they deem to be the murder of another person, and they vent their anger how? by murdering other people, this doesn’t make any sense.
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    (Original post by Dajo123)
    I agree. Pro lifers are enraged about what they deem to be the murder of another person, and they vent their anger how? by murdering other people, this doesn’t make any sense.
    A bit inaccurate. There are pro lifers who would not do such a thing. Many of them are on UKL, thank you.
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    (Original post by NDGAARONDI)
    A bit inaccurate. There are pro lifers who would not do such a thing. Many of them are on UKL, thank you.
    You're right, i didnt mean to generalise, but i was referring to the "clinic bombers" ive seen on CNN. Sorry to all the non-extreme pro-lifers
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    I also wasn't meaning all prolifers. It's just I honestly can't believe the lengths extremist ones go to :eek: .
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    (Original post by Dajo123)
    You're right, i didnt mean to generalise, but i was referring to the "clinic bombers" ive seen on CNN. Sorry to all the non-extreme pro-lifers
    Yeah those that you hear on TV are fools. You get this with other topics too - views on meanings of religious texts especially. It's just the way some people are unfortunately. But maybe they take such drastic actions to get their voice heard. Look at Fathers 4 Justice, although I do realise there is a difference.
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    (Original post by BloodyValentine)
    i wonder what 5XL is, is it for really really fat people?
    XXXXXL i think!
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    (Original post by Acaila)
    Surely it's worse to hurt someone who really is alive (I'm honestly not trying to provoke a debate on abortion here so please don't start one)(
    then why state the foundation of the debate in your post?
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    When I saw the title of this thread I thought straight away that there is a danger that this will turn into yet another abortion debate. Obviously a very sensitive and provocative subject for many a person.
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    (Original post by Nik P)
    http://store.yahoo.com/ppfastore/ihadabt.html

    What the smeg!... now what kind of woman would wear such a thing... it is no surprise this hails from the "land of the free"...

    I bet you there is going to be a "free speech" plonker who is going to try to justify this...
    Imagine a guy wearing that...he'd get pelted with rocks, of course, by anti-abortionists.
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    Not very inventive t shirts. I like ones with creativity, if not I'll wear plain white ones.
 
 
 
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