Thursday, January 28, 2010

Late termination of pregnancy: a comparison of obstetricians' experience in eight European countries.

A study.

The most common indications for late termination were congenital anomalies and women's physical health. Feticide was not common except in France, Luxembourg and the UK. Active euthanasia of a liveborn was practiced in France and the Netherlands.

So let's review. The mom has a health problem. She has a termination. The baby is born live. But the baby has no rights and is euthanized. Got it.

Feminist reaction: touch luck, baby! You must die so that women may be empowered.