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This Man's Nine Simple Tweets Sent The Whole Social Media Into Chaos

Most of you would be aware of the recently made official policy by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) of the United States that 'life begins at conception.' Due to this, the abortion industry has fallen into trouble.While scientists and lawmakers are still at odds over how exactly the ‘beginning of life' is determined, the biggest issue at hand remains that people feel entitled to tell others what to do with their bodies, without having much interest in dealing with the aftermath. Seriously, when we see pro-lifers (or the people who run with anti-abortion movement) adopting some of the disadvantaged children they so desperately wanted to be born, then we’ll talk about hearing out their side.The basic idea of some people who claim themselves as the anti-abortionists, but may actually pose themselves as the one showing dominance over women. And to that idea, this famous author posed a question that went like fire on the web. Let's look at it.

Meet Mr. Patrick S. Tomlinson

Science fiction author of The Ark Trilogy and journalist Patrick S. Tomlinson challenged one of the central notions used by ‘pro-lifers’ that life begins at conception, and that therefore, a human embryo holds the same value as a human child.

That's how he started... 

And he was waiting for the answer of this question since years.

And he knows that...

And finally throws the question that left the anti-abortionists in chaos.

So, the question is...

So, what would have been your approach or answer to this question?

That made people think...

So, what would have been your approach or answer to this question?

The options you have...

Any guesses?

The sixth in the series...

And the seventh

And it goes on...

Because demanding may yield you the answer...

Does no one thinks rationally?

Ofcourse, Tomlinson was challenged in this way...

But, he responded in a calm way

Yet, being a bit savage.

Because, honesty matters...

And, then came the supporters

Some people who know things!

Forcing your belief on others is wrong...

Choice is the only thing that matters...

And that's how this author swung in between a number of positive and negative tweets on the web. What do you think? What would have been your answer to this question? Let me know in the comment section below.You may also reach out to me at richac@wittyfeed.comAlso, please like and share this story.