Wednesday, July 24, 2024
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[T]here’s a genuine disconnect between the anti-choice movement and people who identify as ‘pro-life’ but aren’t in the movement. …[S]aying you’re ‘pro-life’ is more about marking you as a member of a tribe, pledging fealty to your faith or to your identity as a ‘conservative,’ for a lot of people.

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[T]here's a genuine disconnect between the anti-choice movement and people who identify as ‘pro-life’ but aren't in the movement. …[S]aying you're ‘pro-life’ is more about marking you as a member of a tribe, pledging fealty to your faith or to your identity as a ‘conservative,’ for a lot of people.
— Amanda Marcotte