Marie Stopes are going to be airing adverts soon, advertising their advice service for unplanned pregnancies, which, of course, includes abortion.
There seems to be a big hoo-ha over this, but I don't understand why. I can't imagine how scary it must be to have an unplanned pregnancy and have no one to turn to. Marie Stopes are providing an invaluable service that is likely to be more informal and friendly than the horrendous ordeal I was subjected to when I got the morning after pill on the NHS (I swear this nurse had never seen a girl make a stupid mistake before in her life. I love the NHS but such women should not be in the caring profession.)
So what is your take?
Also, probably a really STUPID question, but is abortion legal in all US states? What is Roe v Wade?