Yeah yeah, I know the point that anti-abortion people are trying to make when they say that, but this is just the way I always saw it. If I'd never been born then how would I be able to care about the fact that I'd never existed? So when I think about how I'd feel if I'd been aborted I think "I don't think I'd really feel one way or the other about it considering I didn't have a brain or anything". Or maybe I just don't value my life enough to care whether I'd been born or not? Dunno. But I just see it as sort of "Well nothing was lost because there wasn't anything there to lose in the first place". If I'd never been born I wouldn't really mind.
But this is just my opinion on the matter, so don't bitchtit at me, I'm not forcing anyone to agree and I don't mind if you disagree.
And since this Stamp is not about whether abortion is unethical or not but simply whether I would care if I'd been aborted, I won't address the ethics of the matter. I'll save that for another Stamp.