Et puis nous irons
voir la mer, et j’aurai ta main
dans ma main, nous oublierons les
jours amers, crois-moi, amour,
c'est pour demain...
V. H. SCORP
Tu non lo sai della vita che ho fatto, tu non lo sai la vita che mi ha fatto.
Los Angeles Barbershop (1956)
211130 Jin’s Tweets
식스플래그에서 사귄 친구가 아이스크림 선물해줌
A friend I made at Six Flags gifted me ice cream
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Marilyn Monroe, Griffith Park, L.A., 1950
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Louisiana already has trigger laws to ban abortion statewide should Roe v. Wade be overturned. HB813 looks to take things a step further to classify a person as the moment an egg is fertilized. It would provide the unborn fetus the same protections as someone who has been born and classify abortion as murder.
Some fear this could lead to charges against women for homicide or battery in cases of miscarriage or in fertility treatments like IVF. In IVF treatments an egg is taken from the woman and fertilized by doctors. Then the egg is placed back into the uterus in hopes to begin a pregnancy. One attorney shared her struggle with the first fertilized egg not taking and not becoming a valid pregnancy.
“This bill would give those cells personhood. Such that anything that happens to them after could give rise to criminal prosecution. This criminalizes IVF,” said Sarah Omojola, a New Orleans attorney.
Some also said the bill could have repercussions for use of birth control since it slows down ovulation to prevent fertilization or the bill could prevent women from getting life-saving care if it jeopardizes a fetus.