Most people here, especially the moderators, are well aware of what "SF" is. I see it quite a bit: a pro-life forum, a pro-life site. Quite clear. We are also, as this is a pro-life site, not allowed to give methods or to encourage suicide. I do not see why this rule has so rarely or never been brought into consideration, even mere consideration. Albeit, yes, these are the rules, but rules are not set in stone. One thing I have noticed on this website is that trying to convert people or putting down somebody else's religion is not allowed. This is fair enough. But when you look at what "religion" defines for a moment: apart from the deities and entities, it is essentially a variety of concepts. Following these logical steps, I ask you this question: why are we so rash to completely block our ears with our fingers whenever anything does not signify pro-life? Surely if converting people to a religion or bashing a religion (or set of concepts) is not allowed, this rule should be reconsidered. For some people, it is genuinely the best course of action (I hesitate to judge, but seeing as we're not holding back...) to actually just... go. Now, I will be the first to admit: it is usually the correct choice to stay alive. Most of the time it really is. And there are a ton of good positive pro-life arguments which exist. I simply propose that instead of ignoring it altogether, we should actually judge concretely.