Responding To The Pro-Choice Argument That A Fetus Can’t Have Rights When It Isn’t Sentient.

In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion nationwide. The decision is called Roe vs Wade, and those who defend it are known as RoeBots. This is how they think… *Robot Voice* Stedman’s Medical Dictionary says that someone is sentient if they are conscious, have a sense perception, and experience sensations or feelings. Now if […]

When Someone Says: “Abortion Isn’t Murder… A Fetus Isn’t A Fully Developed Human Being.”

In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion nationwide. The decision is called Roe vs Wade, and those who defend it are known as RoeBots. This is how they think… *Robot Voice* As always, abortion defenders ignore the biological realities of human life. In this case, they choose to ignore the inconvenient reality that all […]

Seahorse: “If all men got pregnant, it’d be taken more seriously”

This is a film about me having a baby. But what I feel like I’m going through isn’t me having a baby or pregnancy, it’s like a much more fundamental, total loss of myself. So I’m Freddy McConnell and Seahorse is a film about how I became a dad and how as a trans man […]

RoeBots Say: “A Fetus Isn’t A Living Human Being. It’s Only A Potential Human Life.”

In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion nationwide. The decision is called Roe vs Wade, and those who defend it are known as RoeBots. This is how they think… * Robot Voice * In the first place, if the word “potential” is suggesting that the unborn are only potentially alive, that is easily disproved. […]

Gender assigned to us at birth should not dictate who we are | Sarah McBride | TEDxMidAtlanticSalon

Translator: Daria Aza Reviewer: Robert Tucker Good evening, everyone. My name is Sarah McBride. I am 25 years old. I am a native of Wilmington, Delaware. A proud graduate of American University, I am about to write “Go Eagles!” I am a movie buff, a policy nerd, a sister, and a daughter. It took me […]

Dear Ágnes Geréb: A special message from the Human Rights in Childbirth Conference

A special message from the Human Rights in Childbirth Conference May/June 2012 The Hague University, Netherlands Lawyers, obstetricians, midwives & academics gather to discuss global human rights issues in childbirth “Ina May Gaskin” The main focus is on the case of Ternovsky versus Hungary But the name of one person that can’t be here is […]

“If all men got pregnant, it’d be taken more seriously” – behind the scenes of Seahorse

This is a film about me having a baby. But what I feel like I’m going through isn’t me having a baby or pregnancy, it’s like a much more fundamental, total loss of myself. So I’m Freddy McConnell and Seahorse is a film about how I became a dad and how as a trans man […]

Pregnant from rape – Extended interview with Jennifer

My name is Jennifer Christie. I’m a wife and a mother of five, and I’m sharing my story of my youngest, beautiful son. I think that things were pretty much status quo. You would consider us an average family. We had four kids, felt like I was kind of at the top of my game […]

First Breath, Final Breath | Kim Vesey | TEDxDayton

Translator: Jake Meyer Reviewer: Denise RQ Ladies and gentlemen, Kim Vesey. (Applause) I suspect most of you have experienced birth, either yourself or through a loved one. (Laughter) It usually goes like this: a woman notices changes in her body, and she suspects something is different. She goes to the doctor, and she’s diagnosed with […]