When leaders in the pro-choice movement start to speculate about restricting abortion rights to appease the anti-choice movement, they have lost sight of what the pro-choice movement is about: respecting women as moral decision makers.
William Saletan writes on Slate today about pre-birth defects, abortion and the ethics of technology. A new law may bridge all three.
Bloggingheads.tv presents a 55 minute discussion of reproductive health in the election, mostly centered on the Bush Administration effort to deny patient conscience rights, between Rob Stein of The Washington Post, and William Saletan of Slate.
Is pharmacists refusal to sell birth control a religious freedom or gender discrimination?, A Princeton professor says the Pill is ‘out of date’.
William Saletan thinks indulging extremists and inviting them to take charge of our health care is at worst a minor inconvenience for women.