lol not yet they wouldn’t. It has to be dismantled from underneath. The states are testing that now, thankfully to failure. The IVF fiasco is hopefully going to be the stopping point. But if IVF became successfully illegal in enough states – if it was politically favorable – then contraception limitations would be next. It’s all a dismantling of privacy rights but it’s a long game. They’ve played it since the early 1970s and it took a long time to reverse the first step which was r v wade

 lol not yet they wouldn’t. It has to be dismantled from underneath.
The states are testing that now, thankfully to failure. The IVF fiasco is hopefully going to be the stopping point.
But if IVF became successfully illegal in enough states – if it was politically favorable – then contraception limitations would be next. It’s all a dismantling of privacy rights but it’s a long game. They’ve played it since the early 1970s and it took a long time to reverse the first step which was r v wade
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