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The quieter voice in the abortion debate

 · The goal of the new, strict Alabama abortion law is to potentially overturn Roe v. Wade. The law would penalize abortion doctors, and it contains no exception clauses, except for the life and health of the mother. In all of the brouhaha about the new Alabama law, there is a long-stilled voice that has been forgotten.

What does this paragraph mean? The entire document is, of course, intentionally imprecise; as one becomes more literal about abortion, it grows increasingly likely that the quiet parts will be said.

A Third Voice in the Abortion Debate By ProGrace | February 23, 2015. In a recent opinion piece from GazetteNet, a pro-choice man talked about his experience dialoguing with pro-life people in an online forum:

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Women of Color deserve a voice in the debate over Planned Parenthood. This talk is not new. For decades, anti-abortion activists have tried to manipulate black populations – and take advantage of white liberals’ desire to not seem racist – by implying that abortion rights are part of.

The goal of the new, strict Alabama abortion law is to potentially overturn Roe v. Wade. The law would penalize abortion doctors, and it contains no exception clauses, except for the life and health of the mother. In all of the brouhaha about the new Alabama law, there is a long-stilled voice that has been forgotten.

 · For weeks, large corporations have been deafeningly silent on the wave of restrictive abortion laws being adopted in a growing number of states. Despite years of.

Today’s students and young adults have grown up in a time when abortion was widely accessible and acceptable, and a striking number are determined to end that era. Pew research center polls dating back a decade show that 18- to 29-year-olds are consistently more likely than the general adult population to favor strict limits on abortion.

In any case, for the "Bro Choice" advocates, it’s perfectly fine and even required for men to engage in the abortion debate – as long as they come down on the "right" side. Now, the "no womb/no say" perspective is also very problematic when you consider it through the lens of logic.

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