Moral relativism considers that something, such as abortion, can only be right or wrong in relation to one or another moral framework. Morality is then a human invention. The relevant moral principles are thus nothing but conventions that result from a process of tacit moral bargaining through which some groups can exert pressure on others in an effort to change the current moral conventions. This encourages the view that "anything goes" and that morality is just a matter of opinion. Relativism makes dialogue pointless, assuming that there is no binding truth or that partners in the dialogue are saying the same thing in different ways.