Our post about the Offenses Against Unborn Children Act inspired comments aplenty.
Readers passionately debated whether the measure, sponsored by Senate President Bill Cadman, is a way to insure that victims like Michelle Wilkins, whose unborn baby died after it was cut from her womb, see justice, or if it's a stealthy way to codify the personhood concept of establishing life at the moment of conception.
From there, it was only a hop, skip and a jump to the topic of abortion.
Here's one reader's humorous — or maybe not so humorous — take on the gender politics of the subject.
Briony Wilson writes:
Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.
I just love it when men educate women on their bodies. So funny to read until I start to imagine them having periods and bloating and cravings and cramps and pimples and everything else.....not to mention delivery. Sigh, wishful thinking :)
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