Statesboro, GA, USA
With all affection, I think you may have indeed jumped the gun.
a gamete does not have its own set of genetic code, but is merely a specialized cell of the parent. Embryologists will tell you that a fetus is an entirely new human organism, not something like a reproductive cell or an organ. So, no, nocturnal emissions aren't any more murderous than menses. No jokes here promise?
What does philosophical discussion have to do with my personal control? (I never claimed or wished that anyway) What I do have control over however, is my answer to the question of whether the clinical practice of abortion reflects the true spirit of medicine, the first principle of which is: "first, do no harm". And I don't think it does. And since philosophical ideas underlie all stances on abortion including the "its a woman's body" argument, let all of them be respectfully questioned, including my own.
Lastly, legislation, for good or ill, guarantees that somebody will always have some control of our medical procedures among many other things. Thankfully, American Government provides a system where laws can change, and sometimes for the better.