The title may seem a bit cliche, but still, a legitimate question nonetheless. And just for those who will read only the first sentence of this post: The only time I will advocate for an abortion is when the mother's life is in immediate danger, or if she is raped, and/or a victim of incest. That's it. At no other time should a child be aborted prior to 21 weeks gestation. Now, random men and women in the video below were asked whether they were pro choice or pro life. As you can see, many of them said they were pro choice. After being shown a video of what happens during an actual abortion procedure however, they soon changed their minds, or were at least planning to reconsider their stances on the subject. https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1205914822800207 Being "pro-choice" isn't just some arbitrary title one can simply slap across their chest so they aren't seen as misogynists, it's a sign of someone ill educated about the process detailing how an actual unborn child is torn apart piece by piece inside the womb. As seen in the proceeding video: The question(s): 1) Are you pro-choice, or pro-life? Why? 2) If after watching the second video you changed from pro-choice to pro-life, what changed your mind? 3) If you are pro-choice even after watching the video, why? The rules: No name calling and/or religious slurs. No talking points. I want sound arguments to be made on both ends. No citing the Bible. On any side. GO!