Previous post ~ (Part 2)  Cracking Some Eggs: Does American Citizenship Begin with conceptions ~ why IVF fertilized Eggs get special a dispensation from the anti-abortion policy  https://tinyurl.com/yyuobu45 Part #3 ~ The Endless & Illogical story: Gender wars to control female reproductive biology Easy-to-share link for this post: https://tinyurl.com/y6j8xmf3 In general, men do not bear […]

Easy-to-share link –> https://tinyurl.com/yyuobu45 Our Irrational anti-abortion politics and how that applies to the disposal of frozen IVF fertilized eggs Everything you ever wanted to know about conception but were afraid to ask! The Ultimate Nightmare Recently the Alabama Legislature passed a Draconian anti-abortion law based on the “Right-to-Life” movement’s position that life begins at […]

Ruthless Rules of Reality: Part 1 (of 3) The Surprising Story of how Abortion was made Illegal or Unattainable as a political strategy to win elections:

by faithgibson June 10, 2019

Easy-to-share link: https://tinyurl.com/y6dhnl5k Each time I download a new Audible.com book, a pleasant and cheerful voice says “The parts of this book have been broken up to make the download easier”. So I am reformating an essay originally posted March 16th, 2019 into three parts to make it easier to ‘downloading’ to your brain. ♣ […]

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Mayday series: Part 2 of Wrap-up and Final Word

by faithgibson May 31, 2019

Word count 1600 Part 2 of Mayday series:  “Final Word” The Bigger Picture and a new vocabulary for the kind of maternity care that serves the needs of healthy childbearing women and their families I am making a functional distinction in vocabulary between a system of maternity care for healthy women with normal pregnancies and […]

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Mayday Series: Part 1 (of 2) Wrap-up & Final Words

by faithgibson May 30, 2019

Easy-to-share link ~ https://tinyurl.com/yxfx7d8u Word count 2800 Part 1 ~ Conclusion of the Mayday Series: This series began with questions about the contemporary practice of obstetrics in America.  The most central of all was simply: “Why has American obstetrics strayed so far from its noble foundations? There are many examples, but the specific issue addressed in […]

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