“I don’t think [sex-selective abortion] is okay, but I also don’t think the state has a right intervening in this issue. It is a medical decision between the physician and the patient. It should be left there as all abortions should be,” Ms. Fry said.
I think she's talking out of both sides of her mouth.
On the one hand she says abortion is a medical decision.
On the other, she's not okay with sex-selection abortionm, but she will not condemn it because... abortion is a medical decision?
Everyone knows that sex-selection abortion is not a medical decision.
So why not admit as much? Why not condemn it as a sexist practice?
Because she fears the impact a vote would have on other types of abortions?
We've always known it in the pro-life camp: when it comes to feminists and abortion, politics matters way more than principle. Abortion must trump every principle, even feminism itself.