...she warned that abortion might soon "join obesity and smoking as unacceptable behavior in polite society."and...
"The trouble with thinking in terms of zero abortions is that you make abortion so hateful you do the antichoicers' work for them. You accept that the zygote/embryo/fetus has some kind of claim to be born."and one more:
"I do not think terminating a pregnancy is wrong. A potential person is not a person, any more than an acorn is an oak tree. I don't think women should have to give birth just because a sperm met an egg. I think women have the right to consult their own wishes, needs, and capacities and produce only loved, wanted children they can care for--or even no children at all. I think we would all be better off as a society if we respected women's ability to make these decisions for themselves and concentrated on caring well for the born. There is certainly enough work there to keep us all very busy."Personally, I think we would all be better off as a society if we took responsibility for our own actions, and thought of the potential consequences - good or bad - of our decisions before making them.
If you have the time, you should really read the whole article.
(HT: The Blazing Fire)