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A persuasion, which leads women into an abortion clinic in the same way cattle, are led into the killing room.
The closer the cow gets to the killing room the more apparent the reality becomes. Presently there is no choice (first hand experience here) due to the power of pro-choice special interest group$. Hence it is a persuasion and not pro-choice. When abortion clinic$ “open up”, let us know exactly what goes on with an abortion, and feel the freedom to offer the woman one final “are you certain?” that will be pro-choice. When abortion clinics are as acceptant of women changing their minds as pro-choice advocates these days are of combating the pro-life movement, then it will be pro-choice. Again, first hand experience here: what I heard from pro-life was understood to be opinion with sprinkles of facts and what I heard from pro-choice was made to look entirely as fact. Fact of the matter is that pro-life did a far better job with the facts than did Plan Parenthood. Its time pro-choice gave us something to choose from. Its time we got some abortion facts not filled with a prejudice against the “other” choice—life.
by Ron Baker May 04, 2006
 
1.
a political view that believes that abortion should continue to be legal and accessible. Pro-choice is not necessarily pro-abortion, but merely being in support of a woman's having the option available. People who follow this view would not necessarily opt for abortion themselves, but do not wish to deny others the option.
Pro-choice is not an antithesis to pro-life; while the pro-life view would force women to give birth, pro-choice would not force them to abort.
by Child Hatter May 29, 2003
 
2.
A social disposition that concludes that the only thing worse than abortion is the government having the authority to tell you whether you will/will not have one.

Many, if not most pro-choice believers do not relish abortion, but are committed to keeping the government out of our bedrooms, sex lives, and nurseries.

Although to a typical black/white, bible-thumping, attack dog anti-choice fundie, this automatically means that a pro-choicer not only loves abortions, but has obviously had several. Not true.
I got my ex-wife pregnant when I was 20, and we *CHOSE* to keep it; and have another.
by spot August 24, 2004
 
3.
An American political stance characterized by the idea that abortion is a pregnant woman's right, as guaranteed by Roe v Wade. Compare to pro-life.
President Bush is not pro-life.
by Anonymous November 14, 2003
 
4.
Someone who believes that abortion should be legalized.

There is a differance between pro-life and pro-choice. Pro-life people want to stop abortion because they think it is wrong. Pro-choice people may think abortion is a good or bad thing, but they want women to have the right to do it even if it's not a good choice to make.
Josephine is pro-choice, because even though she thinks abortion is wrong she believes in womens rights.
by Newbia June 10, 2004
 
5.
Pro-Choice is generally referring to supporting, but not limited to supporting a woman's full range of reproductive rights; to continue a pregnancy to birth, terminate a pregnancy or carry the pregnancy to term and give the child up for adoption.
In recent years Pro-Choice has been extended to mens reproductive choices, health and options to choose vasectomy, celebacy, and/or intact and natural.
She was Pro Choice on her reproductive options.
by Anon-in-Illinois October 27, 2005
 
6.
Someone who wants to keep abortion legal, wants euthanasia to be an option for the dying, or both. Not necessarily a heartless nihilist with no respect for human life, although that's a common stereotype. Usually considers abortion and euthanasia "necessary evils."
"I think abortion is wrong, but I realize that sometimes it's the only option. What does that make me?"
"You still count as pro-choice. Get used to it."
by Qit February 27, 2004
 
7.
see also pro-choice. One who advocates the legality of abortion.
Bob is pro choice.
by mrmcd December 12, 2003