• freewomyn

    Thank you for sharing your patients’ stories.  They are the most powerful arguments against these types of intrusive laws.  I can’t believe the courts are forcing Ohio clinics to use outdated medical procedures.  I mena, seriously – get with the 21st Century.  Oh yeah, this isn’t about medicine – it’s about controlling women’s bodies. 

    Keep up the good work you’re doing in Ohio.

  • razlomra

    What about the Baby’s body? What about the Baby’s life?

    What about the father’s reproductive rights? In the modern gynocracy, thats all irrelevant against a woman’s right to murder.

    Ohio is on the right page by obstructing this inhumanie evil.

  • crowepps

    The father’s reproductive rights?  It isn’t as simple as stick penis in, get baby out.  Women aren’t vending machines.

     

    Men who genuinely think reproduction is important scrupulously use a condom and do everything they can to make sure when they do reproduce it’s without someone who feels as they do and it happens in optimum circumstances.

  • ahunt

    What about the father’s reproductive rights? In the modern gynocracy, thats all irrelevant against a woman’s right to murder.

     

    Are you suggesting that men have the right to force unwilling women to bear their children? If so, what does that look like? In the real world?

  • jennifer-starr

    If you give a man rights to decide about a woman’s body, he could just as easily decide that he doesn’t want to be a father and ask her to end the pregnancy–logically it could go both ways, could it not? See the trouble you get into when you take the choice out of the woman’s hands?  Face it– the mere fact that your sperm fertilized her egg does not give you ownership over her body. Sorry. 

  • wendy-banks

    dup

  • wendy-banks

    I wonder… 

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