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“If one is prosecuting abortion providers, then, it would seem that in fairness, women should not enjoy an exemption from such prosecution.”
It seems that Ms. Colb, a pro-choice advocate, is willing to “up the ante” of the pro-life movement in calling for us to advocate criminal laws against women (not just doctors) if we truly believe abortion should be generally illegal. While that may be consistent in some circumstances, I rather believe that indeed most women are victimized by abortion providers and the deceptions of the pro-choice movement. But don’t tell the pro-choice feminists that because it just patronizes women.
What do you think?