Women were once seen as “second victims” of abortion. Now, as women face murder trials for unintended pregnancy losses, they’re potential fodder for a prison system that is steadily becoming one of the biggest businesses in the country.
Must “restoring the historic right to life accorded to unborn children” require that women, including new mothers who have given birth, go to prison?
Last week, a 20-year-old woman in New York City was arrested on charges of “self-induced abortion” and faces first-degree misdemeanor charges. Initial news reports indicate that she intentionally caused the miscarriage/abortion of her 24-week fetus. The woman disposed of the fetus in what was probably the only way she could think of: wrapped in plastic bags and placed in the trash receptacle of her apartment building.
Crooks and Liars is reporting that 19-year old Jennifer Fox, who was beaten and sprayed last Thursday at the same OWS demonstration in which an 84-year old woman was sprayed, miscarried her three-month fetus on Sunday.
A woman blames a Chinese Ikea’s lack of following regulation for causing her to lose her pregnancy.
A new study thinks it may not only have found a way to battle infertility, but could create new forms of birth control, too.
Can we please have more food safety regulations?
A new study believes that taking anti-inflammatory drugs may be doubling your chance of miscarriage.
Is her miscarriage talking point beginning to turn into a regular part of her stump speech?
Is there any chemical in common use now that doesn’t heighten miscarriage risk?