The feminist establishment has tended to dismiss these (prolife) women as faux feminists or victims of patriarchal brain-washing. That explanation may comfort pro-choice feminists who see their ranks dwindling. But for a movement that styles itself as the mouthpiece of American women, establishment feminism's refusal to heed the growing chorus of women questioning abortion may prove a fatal mistake.
Authorities in India have found an additional 30 polythene bags filled with the remains of female unborn children in a dry well.
Police suspect the body parts -- mainly skulls and bones -- were dumped in the well shortly after birth or abortion at the clinic in Nayagarh district, 90 km (55 miles) southwest of the state capital, Bhubaneshwar.
The manager of the clinic has been arrested.
Serge unwraps some logical fallacies in a post by Mark Hoofnagle regarding when life begins.