Fetal Homicide and Women’s Rights: Remember These Women

if fetal homicide legislation is going to be cast as a women’s rights issue, the women who lost children and grandchildren belong front and center.┬áMake sure your state reps know about these women, before the June 1 vote on SB 66. No excuses. I’m not going to link to the mendacious social media posts that… Read More Fetal Homicide and Women’s Rights: Remember These Women

On trusting women: written 5 years ago, still too apt

Facebook’s On This Day feature served up a blast from the past today. I wrote a certain post five years ago, on International Women’s Day, a month before starting this blog,  This was before I went freelance, and at that time I was working for New Hampshire’s Cornerstone Action. I had just spent a day… Read More On trusting women: written 5 years ago, still too apt

Norma McCorvey and Sandra Cano

Last in the Voices to Trust series.  Norma McCorvey and Sandra Cano rejected the Supreme Court decisions that were supposedly made in their favor. Their identities obscured in the 1973 Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton cases, they ultimately went public with their dissent from those decisions, reclaiming their own names and proclaiming their support… Read More Norma McCorvey and Sandra Cano

When Julia Holcomb spoke, “you could hear a pin drop”

Fourth in the Voices to Trust series. Julia Holcomb visited New Hampshire a little over a year ago to speak at a fundraising banquet for a pro-life group. I was there, and I can still remember how the crowd hung onto her every word. As someone at my table that night said later, “You could… Read More When Julia Holcomb spoke, “you could hear a pin drop”