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Exactly. If it only involved "their own bodies," there wouldn't be an issue. Science is on the side of life and the personhood of that unborn child, who has unique DNA and a gender, which half the time turns out to be female. Also known later in life as a woman. Guess you could say we care about ALL women.
A better question is, how do public schoolers learn to associate with anyone besides their age-peers? Homeschoolers learn to get along with the most challenging people in the world: their own family members (and forge strong bonds with them). Then they go out into the community (co-ops, extracurriculars, service opportunities) and associate with real people in real-life situations. A classroom environment does not reflect real life.
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