1) Do you think it is possible to have a website about reproductive choice that empowers both the…

1) Do you think it is possible to have a website about reproductive choice that empowers both the “pro-life” and “pro-choice” positions? Can the dichotomy of “pro-choice” and “pro-life” positions in the abortion debate be transcended? Explain why or why not.
2) Do you think Allison’s upbringing affected the decision she made about her baby? Do you think there should limits to reproductive freedom? (mentally disabled, youth, HIV positive, poor, etc.) Explain why or why not.
3) In the last paragraph, Crews gives her opinion on what reproductive choice is (pgs. 148-149), do you agree with her?

1) Do you think it is possible to have a website about reproductive choice that empowers both the “pro-life” and “pro-choice” positions? Can the dichotomy of “pro-choice” and “pro-life” positions in the abortion debate be transcended? Explain why or why not.
2) Do you think Allison’s upbringing affected the decision she made about her baby? Do you think there should limits to reproductive freedom? (mentally disabled, youth, HIV positive, poor, etc.) Explain why or why not.
3) In the last paragraph, Crews gives her opinion on what reproductive choice is (pgs. 148-149), do you agree with her? What do you think “reproductive choice” entails?

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