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There was a time I thought Roe v. Wade…

There was a time I thought Roe v. Wade...

There was a time I thought Roe v. Wade being overturned would need to be defended on the basis that life begins at conception as evidenced by ultrasound imagery.

As it turns out that’s not even remotely necessary as college educated women this year provided a much simpler defense themselves by undermining the long-standing principle of my body, my choice.

The last time the question was asked by Economist/YouGov, 62% of college educated women, the group most in support of abortion, either strongly or somewhat approved of the Biden vaccine mandate, a resounding rejection of bodily autonomy in a medical setting.

The US Supreme Court is now hearing arguments over a Mississippi law banning most abortions after 15 weeks, effectively overturning Roe v. Wade.

Let Roe v. Wade fall and let it fall on the college educated woman advocated basis that social good supersedes bodily autonomy.


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