Hoo boy, where to begin…
Jake Porter

I really liked your comment, as it made me think a lot about your speaking points. However, I believe you miss the point of the article and make the mistake of placing the onus of finding the solution to an unplanned child back on the original writer of the article. Had the child never existed, it would not have needed any of the social scaffolding that you critique. If you believe that the social scaffolding is not sufficient to support a low-income child, it would be your job to either show that it is 1) not a problem or 2) a problem with which all solutions combined are equivalent in difficulty to providing a woman with full reproductive control. I believe that your comment simply serves to emphasize that an alternative to pro-choice requires a massive overhaul of the current social system.

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