What are we looking at today on the lie filled site Teens For Life? We're doing Hot Topics: Fetal Development. I am prepared for guilt trips from misogynists.
Life is truly wonderful! In fact, the development of human life in the womb is just amazing. Did you know that everything about you — including how tall you would be, the color of your eyes, and the color of your skin– was all determined at the time of fertilization? Month-by-month you grew in the safety and comfort of your mother’s womb until the big day of your birth finally arrived!
That is your opinion, fetal development is science, not pure amazingness. Some people don't view life as this great, amazing thing (though many enjoy life). They believe life happens, so yeah, it happens. Stop using adjectives you don't need to guilt shame people with uterus'. It was also your sexuality that was determined in the womb if you go along their lines of reason. But even that has problems, back when it was easier to catch polio many people had growth stunts. Does that mean the person was destined to get polio in the womb? So the girl who could have been taller but failed due to polio was destined to get polio from the time she was a zygote? Isn't that like some cruel puppeteer god who decides whether they hate someone or not.
My mom didn't have TV, internet, books, or electric blankets in the womb, it was not safe and comfortable, but cold and boring. You're also using adjectives again, emotional blackmail.
Too many people today ignore the facts about human development, claiming that it’s too “political” or “controversial”. More to the point, the unfolding story of life in the womb tends to make these same people uneasy because it places a miraculous – and human – face on the lives of the unborn.
What a guilt trip! Also, many feminists and pro-choicers study fetal development because it's something many people learn. Fetal development in itself isn't misogynistic, but the way these people use it, it is. And fetal development is far from "miraculous".
So just how did you develop in the womb? What were your first nine months like. Join us as we journey into the awesome world of life in the womb month-by-month.
First up, grammatical error, you need a question mark after "like". Second, both me and my sister came a month early, so we never had nine months. Does that make us not human by your logic because we were off by a month? And you make it sound like a frigging TV show, a boring one at that. I am prepared for guilt tripping stupidity. Now let's hurry up and watch the show, since I didn't record it!
Month 1: This is the stage of fertilization and implantation. After a woman ovulates, the egg is normally fertilized within 24-48 hours. The single fertilized cell begins to rapidly divide and at this point in time is called a zygote. Many amazing things happen at fertilization. Your physical attributes are determined including gender, hair color, and eye color. Between days 7-10 from fertilization implantation usually occurs. Implantation should occur within the uterus if it does not this is considered an ectopic pregnancy. The amniotic sac, umbilical cord and yolk sac are already beginning to form. By the end of this month a baby is approximately 2mm long and beginning early stages of development.
Gah, a zygote isn't a baby! A zygote doesn't deserve the same rights as two month old baby! A fetus isn't a baby, either! A baby is a baby; a zygote is a zygote; a fetus is a fetus! Also with the physical stuff, what about the girl with polio? Was her polio determined them even though that is impossible? But than again, this site has no logic.
Month 2: The baby’s heart, neural tube, arms and legs, liver and other major organs begin to form. The baby’s heart will be beating and visible via ultrasound. The placenta also begins to form as well as the eyes, ears, mouth, and bones. In this month, the baby’s fingers and toes will become present, however, they may still be webbed. Her brain and cranial nerves will also begin to form this month. Baby’s sex organs begin to become visible. Babies at this stage are approximately 1/2 inch – 3/4 inch long and weigh about 1-2 grams by the end of this month.
A fetus is not a fucking baby!
*Scans The Rest Of The Site's Page*
Rather than waste my time commenting the same thing over and over, I will sum it up with logic: