Now, before you jump to conclusions, I also believe that the Government should stay totally out of the debate, as this is a moral question, not a legislative one. I also believe that the decision to have one or not is between a woman and her doctor (and her husband(s) if married) and NO ONE else.
I also believe that until that child is able to breathe on it's own, it's not a child -- not yet a human. This is backed up by the Bible (not that I believe in that book).
So why don't I believe in abortion? It's a piss poor method of birth control. It can be damaging to the mother (in ways both psychological and physical). I do not believe it is murder.
I am therefore prolife. In fact I am consistently prolife. Which is to say that I do not believe in war (I am a pacifist) and I do not believe in capital punishment. I also very strongly believe that if a child is born into the world, and that if society dictates that this should be so, then society is responsible for that child's well being up until it becomes an adult. That means (if needed) SNAP benefits, healthcare, a free education (all the way to PHD if desired) and that society is responsible for the mother in the same way.
If you are against abortion, but are also against and of the other things I have mentioned, then you may not call yourself pro-life. You are simply a misogynist pig, and probably one who subscribes to one of the patriarchal/monotheistic religions, the most extreme being Taliban Islam, and the least extreme being Reform Judaism.