The faulty logic comes in when any person other than the woman who is pregnant insists that she must stay pregnant.
Not your body, not your business.
Again, you don't seem to be getting the point that slaughtering an unborn life over convenience is what we're talking about. It's not a personal choice to allow murder, because that body is in the womb. It's still a life being taken.
If the uterus is not in YOUR body, you have NO say.
So basically, by your logic Slavery wasn't a human rights issue either.
"Those slaves are not in YOUR plantation, you have no say."
It sounds pretty much like what you're saying to me.
After the last slaves were freed, women were still property.
The patriarchal church has tried to keep it that way.
Seems to me you've got an ax to grind with the Catholic Church. As someone who is not Catholic, this means nothing to me or my argument. My point is that you're not seeing the unborn as a person any more than slave owners saw their slaves as anything more than cattle.
And like slave owners, pro-abortioners don't want the problem of granting their victims humanity for the sake of convenience.
Just like it was easier to see slaves as less then human. Who wants the hassle of actually dealing with hiring workers to be paid and expect fair treatment and conditions? What an inconvenience, Right?
Ever hear of fruit of the poisonous tree? What do you think the Protestant denominations were protesting?
There are misogynists in every denomination. Pedophiles and rapists too.
Your analogy doesn't work, because the slave owner didn't carry the slave in their body. By forcing women to carry to term, when it is not in her best interest, because of your beliefs, you count women as breeders. Like cattle. Or womb-slaves.
Women own their bodies.