I'm posting this in part to get the ball rolling on discussions in this forum, hopefully there will be many good ones!:
Most of us will be very quick to defend bodily autonomy as a whole specifically with regards to things like abortion, sexual and other consent, drug use, tattoos/piercings etc.
At the same time, many of us I would guess would go to great lengths to intervene if someone was about to harm or kill themselves
Often, we'll institutionalise them in a place full of people they don't know, putting them on a debilitating cocktail of drugs, among many other shitty things
I think there's a lot of moralism around self-harm and suicide
I understand how people might not want their friends to die, and I can understand their wanting to open up the options for their friends if their friends are willing to know them
but very often this crosses into coercion, assuming people are no longer capable of making decisions for themselves
In my experience finding the world unbearable is the only position that makes any sense
and yet there's something disorderly about wanting to die?
Alright, I'll leave it at this let's see what you all have to say :) don't forget to respond as per sidebar pls