The Anti-Choice Project. I’ve always said on abortion I am indeed anti-choice. The term doesn’t offend me. Everyone is anti-choice on something.
(h/t Big Blue Wave)
Rebecca adds: This is a wonderful poster, because it highlights the fallacy behind arguments that those who oppose abortion should be content with not aborting their own unborn children. We judge bystanders to atrocities harshly, and not without reason; as Daniel Goldhagen’s work made abundantly clear, the 12 million dead in the Holocaust could not have been massacred without the silence and acceptance of Germans writ large, not simply the active evils carried out by a (relatively) small number. And we are constantly (and appropriately) exhorted not to allow genocide to happen on our watch in the 21st century. Good people can differ about what exactly it is that is disposed of in an abortion, but it should be readily grasped that for those who believe a human life is at stake, more is required of us than simply not having an abortion ourselves.