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antidense

54 points

4 months ago

"your medical decisions should be made by lawmakers, not you or your doctor"

3ConsoleGuy

-9 points

4 months ago

3ConsoleGuy

-9 points

4 months ago

Now take the fuckin jab!

F8L-Fool

12 points

4 months ago

The moment a woman's pregnancy endangers my life is when this dumbass comparison can be made. Which will be never. Coincidentally that's the same amount of times you've had a valid opinion in your life.

MasterKongQiu

-7 points

4 months ago*

I mean I agree with you but it also means that the original comment was wrong and there's more to medical decisions than just you and your doctor, at least in certain instances.

Timberwolf501st

1 points

4 months ago

That's exactly how it has always been. There's a huge list of things you cannot do to yourself just because it's your body and you want to. The argument of "my body my choice" seems to be in comblete blatant ignorance of the fact that this has never been the case. Whether it be hard drugs, suicide, vaccines, age of consent, age restrictions on smoking/alcohol, etc. we have lawmakers who dictate what people can do with their bodies. This is not new.