Quoting Kayla [ ]♥:" If I was married to someone who was pro-life, he can make sure to get fixed once we are done, and there ... [snip!] ... I would have an abortion in an instant if I felt like I couldn't handle a pregnancy, or the kid resulting from said pregnancy."
See, my husband is one of those pro-lifers who deep down is pro-choice. When I've argued that point to him he refuses to call himself pro-choice and no longer identifies as pro-life, lol. Now he just says he doesn't like labels.
I think the biggest reason why I am able to overlook DH's views as a deal breaker is because I know where he grew up. It's a very, very small town in the bible belt. My husband has always lived in those blink and miss it kind of towns until he joined the Navy, which is when we met. His family is also very into southern traditions when it comes to raising kids, for a lack of better wording. He was taught to listen, obey, and not to question the views of his elders. Ma and Pa are always right and don't you doubt it.