TMI ugh wrote:
1. I've been sexually active for quite some time, and have never had an unplanned pregnancy. Perhaps knowing, without any doubt, that I would never have an abortion no matter the circumstances caused me to be more careful? I used all types of precautions, including knowing my own cycle... no birth control failures. It wasn't that difficult, really.
3. Pregnancy on purpose with plans to abort for the hormonal benefits is certainly likely. Was it the Ugandan national coach who was impregnating team members on purpose?
1) Good for you. Not everyone is so lucky, as is evidence by the MILLIONS OF WOMEN in the world who, even after doing all they can to not get pregnant, still end up pregnant. But yes, let's focus on you and your success. You should be applauded.
3) From what I recall, there is no credible evidence that Russian or Ugandan athletes were getting pregnant on purpose and then aborting. I imagine the benefits gained would be minuscule when compared to an abortion's effects on a person.
Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.