It was anti-choice evangelicals who—together with some carefully timed voter suppression —gave Brian Kemp his razor-thin, contested victory over Stacey Abrams, his black, female Democratic opponent. The idea that a pregnant woman might be the next Mozart or the next Mandela, of course, does not compute. It is chauvinism on nightmare mode: a dark story told by frightened child-men about the right of strong fathers and stern paternal leaders to protect resources. The question of whether a woman is a person, however, is not up for debate—and it is female personhood, not fetal personhood, that should decide the issue of basic bodily autonomy. Even if abortion ends a human life, forcing a woman to give birth against her will is worse. The same thing is happening across Europe—in Poland, in Austria, in Northern Ireland, in every polity where strongmen are elected by a population easily swayed by promises to put women and people of color in their proper place. I happen to believe that a six-week-old fetus with a heartbeat but no limbic brain activity is less sentient than what most Republicans eat for breakfast in any of the constitutionally carnivorous states of the American South. For all these crushing moral contradictions, though, forced-birth extremists are not hypocrites. Female sexual agency must be punished.
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