Pro-lifers as defenders of women’s interests

May 23, 2007 at 4:09 pm Leave a comment

An article in the New York Times yesterday traced an interesting shift in the rhetoric of the pro-life movement: For many years, pro-choice and pro-life proponents had tended to pit themselves against each other, with the former defending the interests of fetuses and the latter defending the interests of women.

In the last decade, however, pro-life advocates have increasingly begun turning the tables and presenting themselves as protectors of women’s interests—and apparently, this shift is having an effect. Full story.

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profile.jpgI am working on my M.A. in Religion at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Besides having a big interest in theology, history, ethics, and the deep stuff of life, I am also very fond of Mediterranean food, snow, and the color red.

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