No. They should try not to get caught. I’m no lawyer, but what would you recommend to them?Refuse to accept that one must hide one's life and live passion in lies where others, more conventional, walk passionless under open sky. If one can, do as those at Stonewall did and refuse to respect the authority of uniformed thugs carrying out the will of the majority. If one can, confront the society in pride of one's worth and refuse to accept its evaluation of one's life as evil. If one cannot, turn one's back on a society that deserves no respect and live in other worlds where integrity is possible. If none of these are possible, then run, keep low, or die, but never forget or forgive the nature of the world whose everyday society collaborates with evil and do nothing to support or maintain a world which does not deserve one's sanction.
This is what gays and lesbians have functionally done throughout history.
Some women want to become pregnant, but I know what you meant. She should try like hell not to become pregnant, and leave the country for an abortion if she does. I would let her back in, but if the law forbade it, then she should try really, really, really hard not to become pregnant. If she does, then she would have to choose between leaving and bearing an unwanted child. As you have set them, these are easy questions.Or one could support an underground abortion service- as feminists did in the years before Roe vs. Wade, on the principle that sexual expression in not an accidental and dispensable pleasure but a core part of out human existence, for women as well as men, and that one's life precedes the formation of governments and that government's right and respect dissolves when those rights are abridged.
A person who considers their passion part of their honour does not adjust that passion in prudence to conditions that most men, who make societies than kill passion for security, have created. They keep the fire of their passion alive, and slash, bleed, and burn anything and anyone who dares get in their way to keep it alive. I believe that if the conditions of one's society demands servitude or flight, one does not respect society's right to force that choice and instead breaks that society which has ended its right to expect social peace. By any means necessary.
Some subcultures have been performing their own abortions- without apology- for thousands of years.
That’s a gargantuan hypothetical. But, yes—one should convert or leave the country. Read your question again. This is easy.'Tis no hypothetical, certainly no gargantuan one. Religions have been banned by states throughout history, and the practice of some religions is banned today in this country. My own specific religious tradition is functionally, though not technically, illegal to practice in this country (for reasons prudential, principled, and spiritual which I should and will not elaborate this here). Why should I leave the country rather than simply ignore or defy its laws?
My take is we have to fight for the right culture. In the meantime, we’re stuck with law and order as we find it, and it does no one any good to complain about it.I see no reason- other than prudence- to respect law and order unless that law and order is prefaced upon individual rights. Since our law and order often is not so prefaced, in many contexts our law and order must be avoided, subverted, opposed, undermined, or destroyed- just as any unjust laws everywhere and anywhere should never be accepted.
It does immense good to complain about it. Speech, protest, and passion are our greatest weapons against injustice.