no you see we are on the same fucking page here we are saying the same thing. the only difference is that I don’t think a fetus (aka a part of woman’s body, as in a large body of tissue/cells that have the mother’s blood flowing through it)) is an independent, sentient human being who falls under the categorization of those rights you just described.
I do, however, think that all woman of all ages, genders, sexualities, and more deserve those rights and I think that that includes the right to control her own body and to make decisions about why and when she can make decisions about her own body.
Even in cases where a woman had consensual sex but there was something that prevented contraception from working, a woman still have a lot of time to make a decision about what to do with something that is part of her body that could possibly change (and ruin) her life (and the life of the possible child).
Honestly that sounds a lot more libertarian to me. I mean why should the government actually make it illegal? How about you let the people make that moral decision, you know, because libertarians believe the government serves more for regulation and protection rather than a moral compass and enforcer of social and moral standards