“If you want the state to claim ownership of women’s bodies, you should pay,” so just like those drafted into the army, women prevented from getting an abortion should get “their food, their lodging and clothing, their medical, all of that covered,” author Margaret Atwood contended on ABC’s The View.
Promoting her new book, The Testaments, which is a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, that has been made into a Hulu series, Atwood found a receptive audience in the panel on the daytime ABC show. Joy Behar agreed with the compensation idea: “Something’s got to be done. Something, some remuneration if you are forced to give birth to some child you don’t want.”
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