Me too. I love this quote:
"Today, I feel more emotional, guilty almost, about that bundle of cells I got rid of. In the bitterest of ironies, that terminated pregnancy remains the sum total of my reproductive history."
Guilty almost? Not a bundle of 'life' or 'love', but 'cells'. What a pig. She can rot.
A lot of denial here, in all the euphemistic speech so typical of the convinced Feminist who is confronted by reality.God has given her a doseof grace. Can she return his gift of love?
I’m hoping that “bundle of cells” is a just a snide, cynical reference to feminism’s view on pregnancy. You can read it two ways.