Excellent article about the erosion of women's rights to choice over their own bodies and reproductive health in the USA. I should point out that a couple of the facts in the article seem to involve a bit of selective cherry picking (I think the first point about the legislation requiring a foetus to be carried to term even when still born stands, but allowances are made when the health of the pregnant mother might be severely impaired) so look into each of the points for yourselves. However, the points are valid with regard to choosing what happens to our bodies.
Since when does the fact I have a uterus and am capable of reproduction affect my rights? Apparently, as soon as I want to control whether I have children or not or if I actually become pregnant. It is horrifying that these type of bills are even under debate in the US. Women have as much right to bodily integrity as men. Should it be necessary to have to point this out?
Skeptical kinkster musing on whatever takes my fancy!