Abortion is a controversial issue -- one that inspires heated debates over women's control over their own bodies.
Everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, of course, so long as said opinion is not thrust onto others.
But for some unfathomable reason, anti-abortion proponents often like to protest in front of abortion clinics and relentlessly harass women who’ve made the difficult decision to terminate a pregnancy.
So when one pregnant woman in London came across such protesters, she decided to address their ignorant, disgusting behavior and proceeded to metaphorically rip them to shreds.
She blasted the protesters for their unwarranted judgements and reminded them that they don’t -- and never will -- know the circumstances that surround a woman’s decision.
Unsurprisingly, the male protester whom she addresses has nothing to say in response because every point the woman brings up is valid and perfectly articulated.
To have an opinion is one thing; to assume that opinion makes it okay to harass others like these protesters do, however, is wrong.
If more people stopped forcing their beliefs on others and quietly practiced them instead, I think the world would be a much more peaceful place.