2 definitions by jj123456

Top Definition
Someone who either removes or supports the removal of the ability of an individual’s right to make choices through laws, coercion or murder.

Note: A common misconception is that those who call themselves “pro-life” are “anti-choice”: most pro-lifers are Christian and as a result believe in free will, or the freedom of an individual to make their own choices; for example to have an abortion, rob a bank, commit murder, or have sex when one is not ready to have children. However, pro-lifers largely believe that although one is free to make any choice, one should be held accountable for one's actions, especially if it hurts another human being. Furthermore, it is a pro-lifer’s belief that they should protect the rights and future choice making ability of others, especially those who cannot speak for themselves e.g.unborn persons.
Hitler was anti-choice; he removed choice making abilities of many through coercion and murder.

The rapist was anti-choice; he removed my choice to have sex with him because he forced himself upon me.

My biological mother was pro-life and not anti-choice: she gave me up for adoption instead of having an abortion, thereby allowing me to have the ability to make choices and choose what to do with my life.
by jj123456 March 31, 2008
Someone who either removes or supports the removal of the ability of an individual’s right to make choices through laws, coercion or murder.

Note: A common misconception is that those who call themselves “pro-life” are “anti-choice”: The majority of pro-lifers are Christian and as a result believe in free will, or the freedom of an individual to make their own choices; for example to have an abortion, rob a bank, commit murder, or have sex when one is not ready to have children. However, pro-lifers largely believe that although one is free to make any choice, one should be held accountable for one's actions, especially if it hurts another human being. Furthermore, it is a pro-lifer’s belief that they should protect the rights and future choice making ability of others, especially those who cannot speak for themselves e.g. unborn persons.
Hitler was anti-choice; he removed choice making abilities of many through coercion and murder.

The rapist was anti-choice; he removed my choice to have sex with him because he forced himself upon me.

My biological mother was pro-life and not anti-choice: she gave me up for adoption instead of having an abortion, thereby allowing me to have the ability to make choices and choose what to do with my life.
by jj123456 March 31, 2008

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