FEMININE GENIUS
'A Hazardous Construct'
In the years immediately following the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, pro-life advocates spent long hours crafting arguments to prove that the so-called “clump of cells” was actually a baby, and that each “product of conception” constituted a human life. Through fetal models, scientific arguments, and grisly photographs, they pressed the issue that polite society would rather ignore: to end a life in the womb was akin to murder, and their “silent screams” should haunt us as long as the unborn were … more
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