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This is not advised and should only be allowed after a mother's first born.
Doesn't that bring the possibility that women can choose not to give birth and just be forever pregnant, therefore allowing them to forever reap the benefits given to pregnant women?
this premise is more similar to a fetus being able to force the mother to bodily support it without the mother's consent than it is to a woman choosing to remove herself from bodily supporting the child, thus leaving the child to it's own bodily devices.
people have a right to control how and when their body is used. This right is fundamental to maintaining bodily autonomy.
That's not physically possible.
Because I can tell my heart to stop beating.
Is sarcasm acceptable?
I think it should be, as using satire is often an acceptable way for raising a point.
The original idea didn't specify that it had to be by pure willpower.
Labor can be inducted with medicine similarly as heart beat can be stopped with medicine.
We should ask for consent from the embryo first
This implies the person believes life begins at conception or later on in the pregnancy/birth.
Fetuses aren't asked consent to be born in the first place.