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Daniel asked about 2 months ago

Do you find it unethical to abort a child solely because its known that it would have a disability like down syndrome?

Daniel

Do you find it unethical to abort a child solely because its known that it would have a disability like down syndrome?

I can only decide for myself. I wouldn’t judge anyone who did, though.

i don't think so. disability or not, it is not fair to expect people to bring people into the world they're not able/prepared to take care of

yes and messed up

It's the parents choice and theirs alone. They might not be ready to look after a child, let alone a child with down syndrome. I personally wouldn't keep the child because I wouldn't be able to give it the life it deserves.

Having a child is such a life altering event, someone who hasn’t had one cannot even imagine. If you think you can, you seriously can’t. I’ve wanted kids for as long as I remember, and my life long goal was to be a mother. But oh my god, If this isn’t som

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It's the choice of the parents, yes both parents if possible not just the woman. It takes two to make a baby. Two should make such a decision if possible

Define child.

No, it's unethical for strangers to stick their snout in between a woman and her medical professionals

I don't really know enough about abortion to seriously answer this. But I think the morality come from how far the pregnancy has gone before you know this information and the severity of the syndrome.

No, especially if you're not financial prepared for such an undertaking. It's less ethical and selfish to bring a child to term who you know will endure hardships.

Yes, it is not ethical in my opinion.

Yes. The reason is cz we really have enough knowledge to cure all diseases. ( Nero talking to kyrie on the phone before saving his father)

I think abortion is generally unethical, but conditions like Down syndrome may be exceptions. Why bring someone into the world who will only be a burden? Especially if they're going to live their entire lives with difficulty and suffering. Down's syndrome

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