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Abortion has always been with us

Christy Hardin Smith has challenged bloggers to talk on a personal level about choice, something I’ve done before, but I feel I should take on the challenge again to encourage other bloggers—male and female—to do it. Because putting a human face to these issues helps. Also, Christy was brave enough…

Suffrage is abortion

Okay, so this post is going up the day after the 88th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. I guess I delayed saying anything because I didn’t have anything immediately clever or interesting to say outside of “Thank god it’s in the Constitution.”…

Occam’s abortion razor

I think there’s a simple reason that no one’s attempted an abortion blog before, and it’s not so much that it’s so shameful to get an abortion. It’s because most abortions are about getting from point A (shitshitshitshitshitshitshit) to point B (thank god I’m not pregnant anymore) as quickly as…

How would that work?

How can you have an abortion after you give birth? In other words, how do you terminate a pregnancy when you’re not pregnant? No wonder abortion rights are such a profound source of the existential crisis for right wingers. If you’re a noxious person, I wouldn’t be surprised if you…

Everything’s abortion

Kudos to Hillary Clinton for putting her name to this article and distributing it on the internet. As I’ve said a million times before, the hardest part about talking to people about the anti-choice agenda is convincing them that the Fetus People are also out to get contraception banned—or at…

A bit of common sense

Good news, if you can call anything “good” after all this girl has been through: An 11-year-old Romanian girl who was previously denied an abortion after her uncle raped her will now be allowed to abort, at 21 weeks. (Would have been earlier if the authorities hadn’t dithered out of…

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