You’re confusing two issues, one having nothing to do with the other. Issue one: subjective opinions concerning abortion. Issue two: the right to privacy, limiting government authority. Those opposed to abortion are at liberty to seek an end to the practice provided those efforts comport with the Constitution, its case law, and a woman’s right to privacy – where the state has no authority to compel a woman to give birth against her will. The problem is that you and others on the right advocate for more government, bigger government interfering in the private lives of Americans at the expense of individual liberty when you support measures ‘banning’ abortion, placing an undue – and un-Constitutional – burden on a woman’s protected liberties. The conflict isn’t about whether abortion is ‘right’ or ‘wrong,’ the conflict concerns the wrongheaded ‘solution’ of ‘banning’ abortion – a ‘solution’ repugnant to the Constitution that serves only to further empower the state. You and others on the right need to take a firm stand in defense of the Constitution, regardless your subjective opinions concerning abortion.