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Sask Pro-Choice
Sask Pro-ChoiceOctober 21, 2019 at 7:00am
Today is Election Day. Choice matters. Access to abortion matters. We need to protect our right to safe, legal, accessible abortion.

https://saskatchewanherald.com/2019/10/17/three-sask-tory-candidates-oppose-abortion-in-cases-of-rape-and-incest/
Sask Pro-Choice
Sask Pro-Choice shared a link.October 4, 2019 at 9:26am
After months of obfuscation and misdirection, Scheer has finally confirmed that he is personally anti-choice and opposes the right of women to have an abortion. The news came after numerous questions during the TVA French debate and afterwards from reporters. After avoiding saying so several times d...

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The Saskatchewan Pro-Choice Network is a network of people throughout the province of Saskatchewan who hold the belief that anybody who may become pregnant deserves a right to absolute bodily autonomy and reproductive freedom. This includes access to safe and legal abortion services, on demand and without apology.

“There is a concept called body autonomy. Its generally considered a human right. Bodily autonomy means a person has control over who or what uses their body, for what, and for how long. It’s why you can’t be forced to donate blood, tissue, or organs. Even if you are dead. Even if you’d save or improve 20 lives. It’s why someone can’t touch you, have sex with you, or use your body in any way without your continuous consent.

A fetus is using someone’s body parts. Therefore under bodily autonomy, it is there by permission, not by right. It needs a person’s continuous consent. If they deny and withdraw their consent, the pregnant person has the right to remove them from that moment. A fetus is equal in this regard because if I need someone else’s body parts to live, they can also legally deny me their use.

By saying a fetus has a right to someone’s body parts until it’s born, despite the pregnant person’s wishes, you are doing two things.

1. Granting a fetus more rights to other people’s bodies than any born person.
2. Awarding a pregnant person less rights to their body than a corpse.”

-Hannah Goff