Refer to my post and links above to Bowser. That is what happens when you grant personhood to the unborn.. Suffice to say that it is a nauseating concept that women are actually being tried in the US for having a miscarriage. Yes, that is what happens when you ignore there are two bodies involved or when you grant personhood to the unborn at any stage of the pregnancy. Having had to fight to actually give birth to my two children and nearly dying in the process of having the second child and having to be rushed to hospital a few times a week in the early stages of the pregnancy of my first child with miscarriage scares, I cannot even begin to imagine the horror of having women be investigated for murder for miscarriage or imagining the questions these women are facing after having miscarried in a later term of their pregnancy. A very dear friend of mine was once spat on when she and her husband decided to terminate her much wanted and desired pregnancy in the later stages of her pregnancy because they had discovered that the foetus was actually suffering and would die by the time it reached full term. So at 33 weeks, she went in for a termination and she was spat on by the pro-life crowd outside. She was called a murderer and all sorts of other choice terms. It was not an easy decision for her, at all and I watched her nearly kill herself afterwards from the stress and grief she suffered. Had she been in some parts of the US, she would have been investigated to make sure she had not ever consumed anything or done anything which could have rendered the foetus in the state that it was that led her having to make that decision. I find the thought of that appalling. But this is happening and this is what happens when people decide to give personhood to the unborn, at any stage of the pregnancy. Few women decide to abort in the late term and those that do usually have a very valid reason for doing so and it is never an easy decision. Perhaps allowing women the right to choose and make decisions for their own bodies and respecting their decisions is more necessary than the macho chest thumping of men and women chanting 'we can't let women murder their babies'..