If abortion were illegal except in the case of rape, how would it be determined whether the mother had been raped? [Serious]

If abortion were illegal except in the case of rape, how would it be determined whether the mother had been raped? [Serious]

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  1. EXACTLY! The woman “Jane Roe” in the Roe v Wade case actually claimed she had been raped so that she could get an abortion. There is NOTHING to stop women from claiming to have been raped when they had not. And morally I think it’s perfectly acceptable to do so if it means obtaining a safe abortion. Because fuck pro-forced-birth assholes.

  2. It was proposed in one state that abortion would only be permitted if there were charges filed. While this would lead to a TON more complication to already complicated situations, not sure that the person proposing this was that good of a thinker in the first place.

  3. It’s stupid that these kinds of things even go through people heads in the first place. “You know what? Today I feel like I’m going to make every women’s life harder, it’s not like they’re hard enough. Who need’s rights? Not women that’s for sure!”

    To the point though, even if she claims she was raped the opposition will claim it was her fault because her wore red panties or she wore a skirt, because “she was asking for it” or they will say “she just wants attention”. People think women do these things for attention? Women do these things to get basic human rights. Not everyone is selfish like you.

  4. The person would have to use a rape kit right after it happened and that would be the proof they could show to a doctor if later they found out they were pregnant.

  5. All a man has to say is “She said OK.” to throw enough doubt for the prosecutor to decline the case. Voila! A rape never happened! For those cases where it is obvious, by the time it’s all sorted out, it’s too late anyway. A pro-life win. And since prosecutors are elected, dependent on location, justice falls victim to greed.

  6. A credible accusation is sufficient, as these cases are notoriously difficult to prove. The presumption of innocence for the rapist does not imply a presumption of guilt for his victim. Everyone gets a presumption of innocence. That’s how our country works.

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