Because pregnancy takes place within a woman's body, there is no way to assign to fetuses separate legal rights without depriving pregnant women of their rights. That is why the Supreme Court refused to accept the argument that fetuses are separate legal persons
So the woman has *no responsibility* towards this *offspring* of hers. Whatsoever. She made him, but since she has a right to bodily autonomy, she has no responsibility to take care, love and nurture this baby. She may therefore kill this baby.
Wow, what a lovely thought. Feminist empowerment for you.
.To have done otherwise would have created unprecedented law depriving women, upon becoming pregnant, of their fundamental rights - to bodily integrity, informed medical decision-making, due process, liberty, and life itself.
And so, you must die, less-than-equal human being, because my bodily integrity is more important than YOUR bodily integrity.
Does anyone not see the "ends justifies the means" mentality?
Thus, while Roe left states free to value and advance potential life
What "potential" life. She just said that the Courts recognized that the unborn were human beings. Get your rhetoric straight.
Whatever PersonhoodUSA may claim about advances in the "science of fetology," it can't change the fact that each and every one of these women benefits from the Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade.
25 million girls have suffered because of this decision. Not to mention all the mothers harm by abortion.