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    Many conservatives like to call themselves “pro-life” and in the wake of the situation in Texas and North Carolina, it is important to help those who call themselves “pro-life” to be someone who actually supports life. Here are ten simple tips that allow you to be “pro-life” without regulating whether or not a women should be forced to have a baby.

1. Encourage the investment in Green Energy


Green energy is a great “pro-life” position to take, not only does it provide healthier environments for all people, but imagine all the fetuses you save by helping us not pollute our planet and use up all its finite resources to the point where we destroy ourselves.

2. Don’t cut food stamps.


Without food, people will surely die, you wouldn’t want that fetus you spent so much protecting die when it comes out of the womb because the mother couldn’t afford to feed it.

3. Fight for Healthcare


Over 45,000 people each year die in America because they can’t afford medical treatment. Imagine being able to save 45,000 people that were once fetuses and now have the ability to have children of their own, it’s a win-win.

4 .Buy union, Become Union.


Good jobs help provide stable resources for sustainability as well provides the ability for people to afford having children. If more people are able to afford children, the more likely that they will have children.

5. Invest in education.


Educating our children is just as important as feeding them. Education allows children to learn to sustain themselves and give them the resources and the skills to find solutions to problems that previous generations were unable produce.  Imagine finding solutions to problems like diseases that kill people. More people would be alive.

6. Allow women to have abortions


This one is simple, women should be provided the opportunity to have an abortion in a non-life threatening way. Remember, that women was once a fetus, and she too deserves to live.

7. Buy organic, Fight against GMOs


GMOs are unhealthy and can be linked to the increase of infant mortality. If you want kids to survive and grow up healthy, buy organic and pressure your government to ban GMOs. Besides, GMOs are a major cause of the decline in nature’s pollinators such as bees and butterflies, and if they die off, so do we.

8. End the war.


This one should be self-explanatory. War causes unnecessary deaths. Imagine how many lives could have saved if we didn’t have any world-wars? Not to mention the amount of money we could save.

9. Equal rights for all  


Whenever a group of people are denied rights, it creates a hostile culture for them to live in. This hostile culture not only encourages violence against certain types of people, but violence against oneself. Imagine how many suicides can be prevented in the LGBTQ community if we create a culture where they are accepted.

10. Invest in communities.


Investing in communities not only makes the standards of life better for people, but also helps end things like poverty, gun violence, drug and alcohol use; all of which do not promote a “pro-life” environment.

There you have it, if you want to become a real “pro-life”, follow these tips.

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