The difference between wanted and unwanted “fetuses”

By Sarah Terzo Editor’s note. The “Elders” in the quotation is Dr. Joyce Elders, who was President Bill Clinton’s Surgeon General for about a minute and a half. In 1995, pro-choice feminist Naomi Wolf wrote: This has led to a bizarre bifurcation in the way we who are prochoice tend to think about wanted as …

Continue reading "The difference between wanted and unwanted “fetuses”"

The fallacy of “wantedness”

By Texas Right to Life Should whether or not a baby is “wanted” before he or she is conceived determine his or her Right to Life? This is the position of the abortion industry, which markets elective abortion on-demand to thousands of American mothers every single day. Every child a wanted child, they say, leaving …

Continue reading "The fallacy of “wantedness”"

The difference between wanted and unwanted “fetuses”

By Sarah Terzo Editor’s note. The “Elders” in the quotation is Dr. Joyce Elders, who was President Bill Clinton’s Surgeon General for about a minute and a half. In 1995, pro-choice feminist Naomi Wolf wrote: This has led to a bizarre bifurcation in the way we who are prochoice tend to think about wanted as …

Continue reading "The difference between wanted and unwanted “fetuses”"