Abortion is no longer just about whether a mother wants to keep her child. Increasingly, it is also about whether that child is deemed "good enough" to be worth keeping.
Watch as the vice president of public policy, James Gottry, explains what happens when children are viewed as commodities.
• When we introduced the so-called right to abortion, we commodified children. They are now seen as an option to be exercised when parenthood is convenient, and when it won't hinder your goals.
• When children are treated commodities, the natural next step is to ensure—through selective abortion—that your child is born without "defects."
• Together, we can remind society that it's not "perfect life" that matters, but it's perfect when every life matters.
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