A Wisconsin lawmaker is pushing to change a law known as the “cocaine mom” act, in light of a high-profile case in which a pregnant woman was provided fewer legal protections than
Women “cannot be allowed” to be heathenish and hedonistic… and a defense of Dr. Tiller, along with crowepps’ funny summary of Christian sexual theology.
Last week, a firestorm erupted in the birth and reproductive justice advocacy world over a statement generated by the NIH Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC) Consensus Development panel implying that in some circumstances a pregnant woman cannot refuse cesarean surgery.
The main purpose of of Oklahoma’s proposed self-defense bill for pregnant women is to create a long trail of laws that define a fetus as an “unborn child” that deserves state protection.
Cases from across the country prove that if the unborn are recognized as legal persons with separate human rights, the government will have the power to deprive pregnant women of their rights to informed consent, due process, liberty, and even life.
Gov. Palin, have you thought about what would happen if you succeeded in getting your position — that fetuses have a right to life — established as the law of the land?
The South Carolina Supreme Court yesterday overturned the 2001 conviction of Regina McKnight for the homicide by child abuse of her stillborn child.
After nine months of praying daily for the life of a fetus, you, too, will be ready to dehumanize women and ready to fight against their rights.