MUST WATCH: The Feminist Case Against Abortion
Serrin M. Foster @ UC Santa Barbara 2001
This landmark speech has been recognized as one of the “great speeches in history” in an anthology called Women’s Rights.
Ms. Foster begins her talk by guiding her audience through a brief history of feminism, including the movement’s adoption of the pro-choice stance in the 1960s. Discussing the actual reasons that women have abortions, the link between legalized abortion & child abuse, abortion in light of the nature of human rights, & many other compelling points, Foster argues that abortion is not a manifestation of freedom but rather an act of oppression against women.
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