Discussion: A Spark of Light & Women’s Reproductive Rights

Also, Brendan from Blind Justice actually answered a lot of Rae’s questions, so please definitely check them out in the comments section! I found them incredibly enlightening and interesting!


Let me start by saying that I fully expect that the opinions left on this article will differ. Differ from my own and from some of my friends. That is okay and I encourage it. This is a place to respectfully state your opinion and tell why you believe what you believe. If I see anyone making inappropriate remarks, dishing out personal attacks and acting like a child I will block you. You’ve been warned.

One of the many reasons that I love Jodi Picoult is because she tackles topics that many people try to avoid talking about even though they are unavoidable. I always learn something from her and am always able to use her writing to spark a conversation. I also really respect the amount of research that she does for her books because it proves that authors really can cover any topic properly. Today I will…

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2 thoughts on “Discussion: A Spark of Light & Women’s Reproductive Rights

  1. Brendan Birth says:

    Thanks for sharing! I forget whether I mentioned this in my replies, but once I actually thought through some of Rae’s questions, my attitudes changed. A lot. Without meaning to spoil what I said, many of my responses were “I didn’t think about that.”

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    • thingscarlaloves says:

      I know!!! I thought your responses were great, and I LOVED them!! It’s why I’m hoping people will not just read Rae’s post, but your responses! They were very earnest and realistic, and I liked that!

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