wat0n wrote:No, but you can't deny that (instead) their rights are severely restricted in countries like Austria and Germany, until they vaccinate. I recall you were OK with this, so why wouldn't one be OK with restricting bodily autonomy when it comes to pregnancy?
I can't really think of any other logical reason except thinking that the fetus isn't really a person, which as I said is entirely possible - just wish both sides of the debate would just accept that the ultimate issue at stake is the fetus' alleged personhood. If we all agreed fetuses are not people and have no human rights, then we'd have no issues with abortion at all beyond (maybe) its financial cost, and even then it's not like those are super expensive either.
Again, I am assuming that the fetus (or even fertilised ovum) is a person with full rights like you and I.
Now, while unvaccinated people have had certain rights restricted (like freedom of association), we are not discussing those rights. We are specifically discussing the balance between right to life and right to body autonomy. And in that specific case, western societies all choose the right to body autonomy over right to life, except when it comes to pregnancy.
I completely agree, but I need to know:
Is banana fruit cake a thing, or is it just another term for banana bread?