Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Blog for Choice 2008

Today's the 35 Anniversary of Roe v. Wade. While our rights are slipping through our fingers these days, it's important to remember the women who fought and are fighting for women's rights. Please remember, one third of American women have had an abortion by the time they're 45, so whether or not she's trusted you enough to tell you, chances are you know quite a few women who've had an abortion. Practice respect and sensitivity for a difficult and honorable choice.

2 comments:

Caitlin said...

There was a very interesting episode of Talk of the Nation on NPR this afternoon. I think you may be able to get it off the website...

"Abortion Experiences: 35 Years After Roe v. Wade"

Tuesday marks the 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court's controversial landmark decision regarding abortion. Guests and callers look beyond the political debates to discuss a more personal issue — what do women experience after they have had an abortion?

castironbalcony.media2.org said...

That was a very elegant and concise summing up of the significance of Roe day.