Comment: Y'all can take offense to language all you want.

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Y'all can take offense to language all you want.

but that will not change the definition of words.

Parasite:
an organism that lives on or in an organism of another species, known as the host, from the body of which it obtains nutriment.
2.
a person who receives support, advantage, or the like, from another or others without giving any useful or proper return, as one who lives on the hospitality of others.
3.
(in ancient Greece) a person who received free meals in return for amusing or impudent conversation, flattering remarks, etc.

A baby, wanted or unwanted, is a parasite. That is not some evil statement. I did not make it up. It is a fact by using the English language.

The only rebuttal I read of my argument is classifying a women as 'sinful' or 'slutty' for refusing to suppress her most natural and innate desire of all creatures - sex. That is no argument to the complicated issue of the two sets of conflicting rights between a women who does not desire to have a baby and the baby.

You can bring me into the debate as some evil cold-hearted troll but I see no argument addressing the conflict I described. I began the argument that 'I' do not like it. But I do not agree that the point of conception should be universally forced as the very point at which the women loses all her rights. I am not a doctor or scientist but a libertarian putting forth an argument about self ownership and property rights. I do not have an answer but the situation is so complicated that none before us have pointedly arrived at an answer either, or we would not be discussing it.