Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Fetus Lobby FAIL!

Further to that fetal heartbeat stunt . . .

State lawmakers in Ohio have seen ultrasound images of two fetuses as proponents of what would be the most stringent abortion law in the nation pushed their proposal.

The bill would ban abortions after the first heartbeat can be medically detected.

Two young mothers were given ultrasounds in a packed room at the Statehouse as part of a House committee meeting Wednesday. The heartbeat of a fetus at 15 weeks gestation was easily detected. The heartbeat in a fetus of nine weeks gestation was difficult to detect.

Or as Towleroad put it: pretty much undetectable.

Maybe the woman with the 9-week fetus should have gone for the public rape transvaginal ultrasound.

h/t Towleroad via Antonia Z.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Okay now I'm convinced. This is no longer just about some sick men/women wanting to control the reproductive lives of women, this is about wanting to control women's sex lives. Period.

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