Today is the 45th anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Every woman’s right to choose was guaranteed by the Roe v. Wade decision 45 years ago.
Celebrate your freedom to choose. Respect the right of others to choose.



Categories: abortion, Health, Roe v. Wade

30 replies

  1. johnthecook…OVER 58,000,000. abortions have been performed since 1973,and that is just in the United States of America! How sick is that?

  2. here’s to freedom of choice –

  3. It should never have come to that, it should have been a womans right without need of recourse to a pile of jurists appointed by politicians.

  4. And we have regressed, not progressed, in women’s rights. Sad.

    • It sure is. I can’t imagine some total stranger telling me what I can or cannot do with my own body, especially telling me I have to carry a pregnancy to term and be a mother the rest of my life. It’s my choice, no one else’s.

  5. People always say they are strong supporters of diversity, but if you are, then you realize/accept not every culture/society/religion/philosophy views pregnancy, birth, and children the same way. Either face your closed hypocritical minds or shut up about loving diversity, freedom to live and think as you wish.
    I strongly dislike seeing men and children out there marching for or against women’s reproductive rights. This is a women’s issue.
    Sadly it’s like the working moms vs the stay at home moms bitter arguments, name calling, and finger pointing. Women could have actually have major impact and get things done, but can’t focus and get along among themselves. To unite and accept variations/diversity among their own is the only way forward.
    Maybe that’s a conspiracy promoted by men: divide and conquer? Stupid continues

    • I’ve no problem with men marching. It shows me that at least some of them understand and support women’s rights. Children who march are either being used as props or the parents couldn’t find a babysitter. Also, although women’s rights were the original reason for the marches, they grew to include many causes, not the least of which was DACA and immigration rights.

  6. johnthecook…When you are pronounced dead when your heart stops;WHY are you not pronounced ALIVE when your heartbeat begins?

    • Because a fetus hasn’t been born yet. It is not yet a living, breathing human being. But this post isn’t about that. This post is about celebrating every woman’s right to choose what’s right for her. Regardless of your own beliefs, I would hope you respect that right.

  7. johnthecook…it is not hard to understand that a baby in the womb IS a living,breathing human being protected from harm in the womb until it can survive outside the womb without super human effort;unless there are complications.Remember Medical Doctors already go into the womb to correct medical deficiencies before birth. We all have CHOICES,and as we all know not all choices are good or correct. There will be consequences and we can all take that to the bank. Thank you so much for letting me express MY opinion on the subject. I do not want to offend you or anyone else,and I will not labor on this topic on your blog. You are a great host…V/R johnthecook

“I cannot be an optimist but I am a prisoner of hope.” ~ Cornel West

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