Is the killing of the unborn babies worth than the death of even more unborn babies? Nature aborts many unborn babies, usually because of some defect. That's nice because people prefer healthy babies anyway because that suits them (and the babies) better. In the case of a relative, her pregnancies went wrong because she was too sensitive to all the hormone swings going on (she only conceived her kids after those hormones were tamed with suppositories. Do you want to entertain a case where the earlier miscarriages were death by negligence by her/her doctors?).
It works like this: When a woman has her period, or a man masturbates, potential life goes down the drain. Nobody gives a damn. If woman A doesn't wants to have a baby, is late, but she then resumes having her period, she will be happy about that. She had been pregnant, but it stopped. If woman B wants to have a baby, is late, but then resumes having her period, she will be sad about that. Now, take the case of woman B if in another attempt she has a miscarriage after 7 months. Do you think she is as sad about that situation as she was in the first instance of being late? I think it is safe to say there will be a difference in sadness. She will be sadder in the second case. So, there is a gradual change in perception during the stages of pregnancy. In the beginning, the starting human life is not so valuable. The older it gets, the more it becomes so. Unfortunately, one has to draw the line somewhere. If the line were drawn at 8 months, I would agree with you. But that is not where the line is. Any baby has the right to be welcome, in an environment that can support its needs.
Not a sociopath. Just more interested in meeting the needs of every baby that is born