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 OVULATION DAY!
 FUNNY STUFF ON MEMEPIX.COM
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My husband says trying for a baby has made me a little crazy, especially after I sent this to him this morning.omg-humor.tumblr.com

My husband says trying for a baby has made me a little crazy, especially after I sent this to him this morning.omg-humor.tumblr.com

ovulation: Maybe you believe it this way because you are religious and I am not. AndI think that's the ultimate issue here. Is that the Catholic Church views life worthy at conception when I look at it as it needs to start developing human qualities such as tissue separation and brain activity and nerve function before a blob of cells. Anonymous said: You can encourage me all you want but I don't see it that way. I don't see a fetus as a human being. I believe it has qualities/potential to become a human being but until it matures further I don't see it that way. I'm not trying to change your mind at all. But I think it's unfair to just focus on the potential of a human being rather than the mental and emotional state of the mother Anonymous said: Abortion isn't killing a human being it's killing a potential human being. It isn't a human being, it carries the biological traits to become a human being but it isn't a full term human being. The catechism of the Catholic Church say it's human at conception, it's the beginning of life, not life itself until it matures further <p><a href="http://chroniclearia.tumblr.com/post/108358281820/indianconservativeandproud" class="tumblr_blog">chroniclearia</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://indianconservativeandproud.tumblr.com/post/108306273679/rockytop-conservative-alright-lets-look-at">indianconservativeandproud</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://rockytop-conservative.tumblr.com/post/108305347192/alright-lets-look-at-these-a-little-bit-first">rockytop-conservative</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Alright lets look at these a little bit. </p> <p>First of all I believe the Catholic church has <a href="http://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/catholic-contributions/ethical-treatment-after-rape.html">a very sensible way of dealing with rape</a>. Women are to be given spiritual and psychological support, as well as counseling to deal with the trauma of the attack. She is also treated for injuries while evidence is gathered to assist in the prosecution of the rapist. Finally, her progress in the potential pregnancy is determined.<span><br/></span></p> <p><span> ”A woman who has been raped may defend herself against a conception resulting from sexual assault. If, after appropriate testing, there is no evidence that conception has occurred already, she may be treated with medication that would prevent ovulation, sperm capacitation, or fertilization. It is not permissible, however, to initiate or to recommend treatments that have as their purpose or direct effect the removal, destruction, or interference with the implantation of a fertilized ovum.”</span></p> <p>Rape victims may prevent conception from taking place, but if conception has already occurred, then the child must live. </p> <p>Now this won’t make much sense unless we can agree that a fetus is a human being deserving of life, so lets look at why that is. </p> <p><span>The fusion of sperm and egg membranes initiates the life of a sexually reproducing organism, and <a href="https://www.lozierinstitute.org/full-disclosure-blurry-or-broken-language-and-the-beginning-of-human-life/?utm_source=feedburner&amp;utm_medium=email&amp;utm_campaign=Feed%253A+lozierinstitute+%2528Charlotte+Lozier+Institute%2529#_ftn3">by definition</a>, the beginning of the life cycle for mammals. </span></p> <p><span>The government’s<a href="http://www.merriamwebster.com/medlineplus/fertilization"> own definition</a> attests to the fact that life begins at fertilization. According to the National Institutes of Health, “fertilization” is the process of union of two gametes (i.e., ovum and sperm) “whereby the somatic chromosome number is restored and the development of a new individual is initiated. </span></p> <p>This new organism has its own DNA distinct from the mother and father, meaning that it is neither part of the mother nor part of father. As the embryo grows, it develops a heartbeat (<a href="http://www.ehd.org/dev_article_unit4.php">22 days after conception</a>), its own circulatory system, and its own organs. From conception it is a new organism that is alive and will continue to grow and develop as long as nutrition is provided and its life is not ended through violence or illness. At this point the fertilized egg contains the full genetic code of a human being. If you still believe the “science to be settled” in favor against life at conception, well <a href="http://www.naapc.org/why-life-begins-at-conception/">many brilliant scientists and doctors</a> would disagree with you. </p> <p><span>You don’t have to be Catholic to believe in their definition of life, I believe it is very accurate from a scientific, moral, and humanitarian perspective. Anon, you seem to disregard fetal life because it has not yet </span><em>valuable</em><span> human life, but it is human life. Also,</span> even if there was no official consensus, shouldn’t we “play it safe” and not abort a life in question if we are unsure of it’s humanity?</p> <p>The time of fertilization represents the starting point in the life history of the individual. Life begins at conception. A human fetus, after all, is simply a human being at a very early stage in his or her development. I believe it is wrong to take innocent human life under any circumstances. I hope that cleared it up a bit. </p> </blockquote> <p>&ldquo;when i look at it as it needs to start developing human qualities&rdquo;</p> <p>You realize that this sort of mentality led to genocide and brutality, right? Because some people deemed other groups as people as not human and not possessing ‘human qualities,’ rendering them as property and problems, rather than people.</p> <p>The anon is fucking delusional and needs to crack open a textbook. It’s all about biogenesis: a living organism reproduces after its own kind.</p> <p>&ldquo;it’s the beginning of life, not life itself until it matures further&rdquo;</p> <p>You need to have your head so far up your ass to say this sort of stupidity. A fetus satisfies the 6-7 requirements (depending on where you’re getting the info) to be classified as a living organism. It HAS life.</p> <p>If a panda was carrying a baby, the moment that sperm and egg united, it’s a panda, and no less, not a “blob of cells.” It’s a panda in the early stages of development. The same goes for fetuses-they are human beings in the early stages of development. </p> <p>This sort of biologically inaccurate and mental gymnastics needed to justify taking away millions of human lives pisses me off. </p> </blockquote> <p>Also to throw my two cents in: I often hear the ridiculous argument that in order to qualify as ‘human’ they must first be coginitively aware of their self as human. I hope you all realise that the development of cognitive memory - what helps us identify ourselves as distinct from ‘others’ and to remember events and feeings - does not develop until a child is 2/3 years old. Furthermore, that qualification then renders those with severe mental handicaps as ‘inhuman’ because they do not possess normal cognitive functions. That’s straying into some serious ‘ableist’ shit you sjws whine so desperately about. By requisite, that argument suggests we’re allowed to kill off the severely disabled and the very young - those who could be considered not ‘useful to society’. Genocides start when you dehumanise humans and seperate them from what’s considered ‘useful in society’. </p></blockquote>
ovulation: Maybe you believe it this way because you are religious and I am not. AndI
 think that's the ultimate issue here. Is that the Catholic Church views life worthy
 at conception when I look at it as it needs to start developing human qualities
 such as tissue separation and brain activity and nerve function before a blob of
 cells.
 Anonymous said:
 You can encourage me all you want but I don't see it that way. I don't see a fetus
 as a human being. I believe it has qualities/potential to become a human being
 but until it matures further I don't see it that way. I'm not trying to change your
 mind at all. But I think it's unfair to just focus on the potential of a human being
 rather than the mental and emotional state of the mother
 Anonymous said:
 Abortion isn't killing a human being it's killing a potential human being. It isn't a
 human being, it carries the biological traits to become a human being but it isn't
 a full term human being. The catechism of the Catholic Church say it's human at
 conception, it's the beginning of life, not life itself until it matures further
<p><a href="http://chroniclearia.tumblr.com/post/108358281820/indianconservativeandproud" class="tumblr_blog">chroniclearia</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://indianconservativeandproud.tumblr.com/post/108306273679/rockytop-conservative-alright-lets-look-at">indianconservativeandproud</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://rockytop-conservative.tumblr.com/post/108305347192/alright-lets-look-at-these-a-little-bit-first">rockytop-conservative</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>Alright lets look at these a little bit. </p>
<p>First of all I believe the Catholic church has <a href="http://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/catholic-contributions/ethical-treatment-after-rape.html">a very sensible way of dealing with rape</a>. Women are to be given spiritual and psychological support, as well as counseling to deal with the trauma of the attack. She is also treated for injuries while evidence is gathered to assist in the prosecution of the rapist. Finally, her progress in the potential pregnancy is determined.<span><br/></span></p>
<p><span> ”A woman who has been raped may defend herself against a conception resulting from sexual assault. If, after appropriate testing, there is no evidence that conception has occurred already, she may be treated with medication that would prevent ovulation, sperm capacitation, or fertilization. It is not permissible, however, to initiate or to recommend treatments that have as their purpose or direct effect the removal, destruction, or interference with the implantation of a fertilized ovum.”</span></p>
<p>Rape victims may prevent conception from taking place, but if conception has already occurred, then the child must live. </p>
<p>Now this won’t make much sense unless we can agree that a fetus is a human being deserving of life, so lets look at why that is. </p>
<p><span>The fusion of sperm and egg membranes initiates the life of a sexually reproducing organism, and <a href="https://www.lozierinstitute.org/full-disclosure-blurry-or-broken-language-and-the-beginning-of-human-life/?utm_source=feedburner&amp;utm_medium=email&amp;utm_campaign=Feed%253A+lozierinstitute+%2528Charlotte+Lozier+Institute%2529#_ftn3">by definition</a>, the beginning of the life cycle for mammals. </span></p>
<p><span>The government’s<a href="http://www.merriamwebster.com/medlineplus/fertilization"> own definition</a> attests to the fact that life begins at fertilization. According to the National Institutes of Health, “fertilization” is the process of union of two gametes (i.e., ovum and sperm) “whereby the somatic chromosome number is restored and the development of a new individual is initiated. </span></p>
<p>This new organism has its own DNA distinct from the mother and father, meaning that it is neither part of the mother nor part of father. As the embryo grows, it develops a heartbeat (<a href="http://www.ehd.org/dev_article_unit4.php">22 days after conception</a>), its own circulatory system, and its own organs. From conception it is a new organism that is alive and will continue to grow and develop as long as nutrition is provided and its life is not ended through violence or illness. At this point the fertilized egg contains the full genetic code of a human being. If you still believe the “science to be settled” in favor against life at conception, well <a href="http://www.naapc.org/why-life-begins-at-conception/">many brilliant scientists and doctors</a> would disagree with you. </p>
<p><span>You don’t have to be Catholic to believe in their definition of life, I believe it is very accurate from a scientific, moral, and humanitarian perspective. Anon, you seem to disregard fetal life because it has not yet </span><em>valuable</em><span> human life, but it is human life. Also,</span> even if there was no official consensus, shouldn’t we “play it safe” and not abort a life in question if we are unsure of it’s humanity?</p>
<p>The time of fertilization represents the starting point in the life history of the individual. Life begins at conception. A human fetus, after all, is simply a human being at a very early stage in his or her development. I believe it is wrong to take innocent human life under any circumstances. I hope that cleared it up a bit. </p>
</blockquote>
<p>&ldquo;when i look at it as it needs to start developing human qualities&rdquo;</p>
<p>You realize that this sort of mentality led to genocide and brutality, right? Because some people deemed other groups as people as not human and not possessing ‘human qualities,’ rendering them as property and problems, rather than people.</p>
<p>The anon is fucking delusional and needs to crack open a textbook. It’s all about biogenesis: a living organism reproduces after its own kind.</p>
<p>&ldquo;it’s the beginning of life, not life itself until it matures further&rdquo;</p>
<p>You need to have your head so far up your ass to say this sort of stupidity. A fetus satisfies the 6-7 requirements (depending on where you’re getting the info) to be classified as a living organism. It HAS life.</p>
<p>If a panda was carrying a baby, the moment that sperm and egg united, it’s a panda, and no less, not a “blob of cells.” It’s a panda in the early stages of development. The same goes for fetuses-they are human beings in the early stages of development. </p>
<p>This sort of biologically inaccurate and mental gymnastics needed to justify taking away millions of human lives pisses me off. </p>
</blockquote>
<p>Also to throw my two cents in: I often hear the ridiculous argument that in order to qualify as ‘human’ they must first be coginitively aware of their self as human. I hope you all realise that the development of cognitive memory - what helps us identify ourselves as distinct from ‘others’ and to remember events and feeings - does not develop until a child is 2/3 years old. Furthermore, that qualification then renders those with severe mental handicaps as ‘inhuman’ because they do not possess normal cognitive functions. That’s straying into some serious ‘ableist’ shit you sjws whine so desperately about. By requisite, that argument suggests we’re allowed to kill off the severely disabled and the very young - those who could be considered not ‘useful to society’. Genocides start when you dehumanise humans and seperate them from what’s considered ‘useful in society’. </p></blockquote>

<p><a href="http://chroniclearia.tumblr.com/post/108358281820/indianconservativeandproud" class="tumblr_blog">chroniclearia</a>:</p> <bl...

ovulation: Maybe you believe it this way because you are religious and I am not. AndI think that's the ultimate issue here. Is that the Catholic Church views life worthy at conception when I look at it as it needs to start developing human qualities such as tissue separation and brain activity and nerve function before a blob of cells. Anonymous said: You can encourage me all you want but I don't see it that way. I don't see a fetus as a human being. I believe it has qualities/potential to become a human being but until it matures further I don't see it that way. I'm not trying to change your mind at all. But I think it's unfair to just focus on the potential of a human being rather than the mental and emotional state of the mother Anonymous said: Abortion isn't killing a human being it's killing a potential human being. It isn't a human being, it carries the biological traits to become a human being but it isn't a full term human being. The catechism of the Catholic Church say it's human at conception, it's the beginning of life, not life itself until it matures further <p><a href="http://indianconservativeandproud.tumblr.com/post/108306273679/rockytop-conservative-alright-lets-look-at" class="tumblr_blog">indianconservativeandproud</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://rockytop-conservative.tumblr.com/post/108305347192/alright-lets-look-at-these-a-little-bit-first">rockytop-conservative</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Alright lets look at these a little bit. </p> <p>First of all I believe the Catholic church has <a href="http://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/catholic-contributions/ethical-treatment-after-rape.html">a very sensible way of dealing with rape</a>. Women are to be given spiritual and psychological support, as well as counseling to deal with the trauma of the attack. She is also treated for injuries while evidence is gathered to assist in the prosecution of the rapist. Finally, her progress in the potential pregnancy is determined.<span><br/></span></p> <p><span> ”A woman who has been raped may defend herself against a conception resulting from sexual assault. If, after appropriate testing, there is no evidence that conception has occurred already, she may be treated with medication that would prevent ovulation, sperm capacitation, or fertilization. It is not permissible, however, to initiate or to recommend treatments that have as their purpose or direct effect the removal, destruction, or interference with the implantation of a fertilized ovum.”</span></p> <p>Rape victims may prevent conception from taking place, but if conception has already occurred, then the child must live. </p> <p>Now this won’t make much sense unless we can agree that a fetus is a human being deserving of life, so lets look at why that is. </p> <p><span>The fusion of sperm and egg membranes initiates the life of a sexually reproducing organism, and <a href="https://www.lozierinstitute.org/full-disclosure-blurry-or-broken-language-and-the-beginning-of-human-life/?utm_source=feedburner&amp;utm_medium=email&amp;utm_campaign=Feed%253A+lozierinstitute+%2528Charlotte+Lozier+Institute%2529#_ftn3">by definition</a>, the beginning of the life cycle for mammals. </span></p> <p><span>The government’s<a href="http://www.merriamwebster.com/medlineplus/fertilization"> own definition</a> attests to the fact that life begins at fertilization. According to the National Institutes of Health, “fertilization” is the process of union of two gametes (i.e., ovum and sperm) “whereby the somatic chromosome number is restored and the development of a new individual is initiated. </span></p> <p>This new organism has its own DNA distinct from the mother and father, meaning that it is neither part of the mother nor part of father. As the embryo grows, it develops a heartbeat (<a href="http://www.ehd.org/dev_article_unit4.php">22 days after conception</a>), its own circulatory system, and its own organs. From conception it is a new organism that is alive and will continue to grow and develop as long as nutrition is provided and its life is not ended through violence or illness. At this point the fertilized egg contains the full genetic code of a human being. If you still believe the “science to be settled” in favor against life at conception, well <a href="http://www.naapc.org/why-life-begins-at-conception/">many brilliant scientists and doctors</a> would disagree with you. </p> <p><span>You don’t have to be Catholic to believe in their definition of life, I believe it is very accurate from a scientific, moral, and humanitarian perspective. Anon, you seem to disregard fetal life because it has not yet </span><em>valuable</em><span> human life, but it is human life. Also,</span> even if there was no official consensus, shouldn’t we “play it safe” and not abort a life in question if we are unsure of it’s humanity?</p> <p>The time of fertilization represents the starting point in the life history of the individual. Life begins at conception. A human fetus, after all, is simply a human being at a very early stage in his or her development. I believe it is wrong to take innocent human life under any circumstances. I hope that cleared it up a bit. </p> </blockquote> <p>&ldquo;when i look at it as it needs to start developing human qualities&rdquo;</p> <p>You realize that this sort of mentality led to genocide and brutality, right? Because some people deemed other groups as people as not human and not possessing ‘human qualities,’ rendering them as property and problems, rather than people.</p> <p>The anon is fucking delusional and needs to crack open a textbook. It’s all about biogenesis: a living organism reproduces after its own kind.</p> <p>&ldquo;it’s the beginning of life, not life itself until it matures further&rdquo;</p> <p>You need to have your head so far up your ass to say this sort of stupidity. A fetus satisfies the 6-7 requirements (depending on where you’re getting the info) to be classified as a living organism. It HAS life.</p> <p>If a panda was carrying a baby, the moment that sperm and egg united, it’s a panda, and no less, not a “blob of cells.” It’s a panda in the early stages of development. The same goes for fetuses-they are human beings in the early stages of development. </p> <p>This sort of biologically inaccurate and mental gymnastics needed to justify taking away millions of human lives pisses me off. </p></blockquote>
ovulation: Maybe you believe it this way because you are religious and I am not. AndI
 think that's the ultimate issue here. Is that the Catholic Church views life worthy
 at conception when I look at it as it needs to start developing human qualities
 such as tissue separation and brain activity and nerve function before a blob of
 cells.
 Anonymous said:
 You can encourage me all you want but I don't see it that way. I don't see a fetus
 as a human being. I believe it has qualities/potential to become a human being
 but until it matures further I don't see it that way. I'm not trying to change your
 mind at all. But I think it's unfair to just focus on the potential of a human being
 rather than the mental and emotional state of the mother
 Anonymous said:
 Abortion isn't killing a human being it's killing a potential human being. It isn't a
 human being, it carries the biological traits to become a human being but it isn't
 a full term human being. The catechism of the Catholic Church say it's human at
 conception, it's the beginning of life, not life itself until it matures further
<p><a href="http://indianconservativeandproud.tumblr.com/post/108306273679/rockytop-conservative-alright-lets-look-at" class="tumblr_blog">indianconservativeandproud</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://rockytop-conservative.tumblr.com/post/108305347192/alright-lets-look-at-these-a-little-bit-first">rockytop-conservative</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>Alright lets look at these a little bit. </p>
<p>First of all I believe the Catholic church has <a href="http://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/catholic-contributions/ethical-treatment-after-rape.html">a very sensible way of dealing with rape</a>. Women are to be given spiritual and psychological support, as well as counseling to deal with the trauma of the attack. She is also treated for injuries while evidence is gathered to assist in the prosecution of the rapist. Finally, her progress in the potential pregnancy is determined.<span><br/></span></p>
<p><span> ”A woman who has been raped may defend herself against a conception resulting from sexual assault. If, after appropriate testing, there is no evidence that conception has occurred already, she may be treated with medication that would prevent ovulation, sperm capacitation, or fertilization. It is not permissible, however, to initiate or to recommend treatments that have as their purpose or direct effect the removal, destruction, or interference with the implantation of a fertilized ovum.”</span></p>
<p>Rape victims may prevent conception from taking place, but if conception has already occurred, then the child must live. </p>
<p>Now this won’t make much sense unless we can agree that a fetus is a human being deserving of life, so lets look at why that is. </p>
<p><span>The fusion of sperm and egg membranes initiates the life of a sexually reproducing organism, and <a href="https://www.lozierinstitute.org/full-disclosure-blurry-or-broken-language-and-the-beginning-of-human-life/?utm_source=feedburner&amp;utm_medium=email&amp;utm_campaign=Feed%253A+lozierinstitute+%2528Charlotte+Lozier+Institute%2529#_ftn3">by definition</a>, the beginning of the life cycle for mammals. </span></p>
<p><span>The government’s<a href="http://www.merriamwebster.com/medlineplus/fertilization"> own definition</a> attests to the fact that life begins at fertilization. According to the National Institutes of Health, “fertilization” is the process of union of two gametes (i.e., ovum and sperm) “whereby the somatic chromosome number is restored and the development of a new individual is initiated. </span></p>
<p>This new organism has its own DNA distinct from the mother and father, meaning that it is neither part of the mother nor part of father. As the embryo grows, it develops a heartbeat (<a href="http://www.ehd.org/dev_article_unit4.php">22 days after conception</a>), its own circulatory system, and its own organs. From conception it is a new organism that is alive and will continue to grow and develop as long as nutrition is provided and its life is not ended through violence or illness. At this point the fertilized egg contains the full genetic code of a human being. If you still believe the “science to be settled” in favor against life at conception, well <a href="http://www.naapc.org/why-life-begins-at-conception/">many brilliant scientists and doctors</a> would disagree with you. </p>
<p><span>You don’t have to be Catholic to believe in their definition of life, I believe it is very accurate from a scientific, moral, and humanitarian perspective. Anon, you seem to disregard fetal life because it has not yet </span><em>valuable</em><span> human life, but it is human life. Also,</span> even if there was no official consensus, shouldn’t we “play it safe” and not abort a life in question if we are unsure of it’s humanity?</p>
<p>The time of fertilization represents the starting point in the life history of the individual. Life begins at conception. A human fetus, after all, is simply a human being at a very early stage in his or her development. I believe it is wrong to take innocent human life under any circumstances. I hope that cleared it up a bit. </p>

</blockquote>
<p>&ldquo;when i look at it as it needs to start developing human qualities&rdquo;</p>
<p>You realize that this sort of mentality led to genocide and brutality, right? Because some people deemed other groups as people as not human and not possessing ‘human qualities,’ rendering them as property and problems, rather than people.</p>
<p>The anon is fucking delusional and needs to crack open a textbook. It’s all about biogenesis: a living organism reproduces after its own kind.</p>
<p>&ldquo;it’s the beginning of life, not life itself until it matures further&rdquo;</p>
<p>You need to have your head so far up your ass to say this sort of stupidity. A fetus satisfies the 6-7 requirements (depending on where you’re getting the info) to be classified as a living organism. It HAS life.</p>
<p>If a panda was carrying a baby, the moment that sperm and egg united, it’s a panda, and no less, not a “blob of cells.” It’s a panda in the early stages of development. The same goes for fetuses-they are human beings in the early stages of development. </p>
<p>This sort of biologically inaccurate and mental gymnastics needed to justify taking away millions of human lives pisses me off. </p></blockquote>

<p><a href="http://indianconservativeandproud.tumblr.com/post/108306273679/rockytop-conservative-alright-lets-look-at" class="tumblr_blog...