I want to pose a series of questions concerning abortion after the point where the brain is capable of producing emotional and pain responses, or when the fetus can be said to be able to suffer. For the purposes of this thread, let's imagine a hypothetical future where this point in the development can be known exactly.
This isn't likely to make any difference to the pro-life side as it views abortion at any point as wrong, with more moderate pro-lifers only making concessions when the health of the mother is jeopardised.
As for the pro-choice side, does the stage of development affect your view of the morality of abortion? Would you consider it more wrong to abort beyond this point? Why or why not?