Planned Parenthood, Starbucks, & ‘No Apologies’
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From the editors
The video below is gaining steam on YouTube. [Be aware: it includes some censored language.]
It’s footage from the “Walk for Choice,” held in Chicago on February 27th, 2011; and it offers some key insights on the meaning, extent, and ideals of the pro-choice movement in America today.
We want to hear what you think about this video. A couple of key points worth discussing:
- What’s the set of values endorsed by “Walk for Choice” participants (at least those interviewed in the video)?
- Is it natural that medical students would be eager to perform abortions?
- What do you make of the comparison between Planned Parenthood and Starbucks? Is it meaningful?
- Is abortion “healthcare”?