Suffer the Violinist: Why the Pro-Abortion Argument from Bodily Autonomy Fails

This article from Equip.org speaks to the old analogy.

Suffer the Violinst: Why the Pro-Abortion from Bodily Autonomy Fails

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4 thoughts on “Suffer the Violinist: Why the Pro-Abortion Argument from Bodily Autonomy Fails

  1. Wally Fry

    Good article Madelyn. Same old story, that argument is. Once we start making life decisions based on convenience, inconvenience, or even imposition then the slope gets very slippery and inevitably goes to a place we really don’t want to go. Or, maybe some do want to go there.

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    1. madblog Post author

      Yes! The relationship between mother and unborn child is so beautiful and sublime, but the feminist rhetoric pits the two against one another in competition, a struggle for survival. It’s a perverse way of seeing it.

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