Looks like several bills across the country are making an attempt at halting the full blown government sanctioned mass slaughter of unborn children that has come to define post-Boomer American values. Many feminists, elevating the whims of the woman above all other considerations, are chomping on their nails in fear. The idea that a woman should be shown what a fetus looks like, or counseled with an emphasis on saving the baby (since, ostensibly, abortion is never the option anyone wants), or that abortions shouldn't be covered when anything and everything else may not be, or that abortions should be able to skate by with less oversight than a hangnail operation, seems repugnant to pro-abortion groups.
And that's what they seem to be. For years they have chafed at being called pro-abortion. But as attempts have been made to legislate against choosing abortions, as attempts have been made to use education to dissuade women from choosing abortions, and as those attempts have been fought against with all the fury of a lion rampant, it makes one wonder just how much pro-choice advocates aren't really pro-abortion. Why? I can only guess. Is it a power play, a way of women using the helpless life in their bodies to demonstrate power over the wimpy Western male? Is it the last best bastion of defense for a culture still trying to advocate sexual freedom sans responsibility? Don't know. I just know people fighting to prevent any attempts at making the choice of life the preferred choice have lost their moniker of pro-choice, and have earned the label pro-abortion. Thankfully, it looks like the winds of change are getting some traction. We'll see where it goes.