A woman’s body is not the property of god, the unborn, or the state but is her own by inalienable right.
There is no such thing as the right to live inside the body of another.
Abortion is the prerogative of the woman and is morally her decision to make.
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Dr. Peikoff explains why pro-abortion is not primarily “pro-choice”; but pro-life.
2. Chew the ideas in the FAQ
You ask the questions — here are the answers in our Frequently Asked Questions about abortion section.
3. Read the essay Abortion Rights Are Pro-Life
The essays on Abortion section has links to articles on the latest issues concerning abortion, including and Supreme Court Should Protect the Right to Abortion in Current Partial-Birth Case.
Contrary to conservatives, Ayn Rand supported the right to abortion; contrary to liberals, she opposed environmentalism; and contrary to libertarians (and others), she upheld a firm, assertive foreign policy.What unites...
Dr. Bayer highlights several issues in regards to Ayn Rand’s defense of abortion.
Ayn Rand makes three important points on abortion in her essay "The Age of Mediocrity", published in The Objectivist Forum June 1981. 1. The cells of an embryo are human cells but not a human being: If any among you are confused or taken in by the argument that the...