Since when exactly is "pious" an adjective we're afraid of being described as? I might come off as pious, but I'm not nearly as pious as it may have sounded to you. I said it previously and you didn't refute it; in your mind, a woman's "right" to dominion over her body, which to you include babies under the age of 20 weeks old, is of a higher priority than that baby getting a chance to live. That's essentially your argument. I think it's pretty nuts, personally. I just, in my right mind, can't even seriously consider the idea of these supposed rights being above human life. Yes, we're men. We can't get pregnant, we can't experience that, I understand that. I'll never have to experience the pain of a post-rape pregnancy, or even pregnancy in general. This doesn't make me incapable of pointing out something that I believe is universally wrong. You keep saying, "I'm a man, I won't have to go through that, I can't imagine the pain of being in that situation," and you use that sympathy to basically say, "Since I feel so bad for you, and that must be terrible, you shouldn't have to do what's really right. Just do whatever will make you feel better. Right or wrong be damned." As I said before there are many women who have chosen to have their babies through terrible and tragic circumstances, including rape. They chose to do it. If those woman can succeed, if they can do that, then other women can too.