When to choose ignorance in pregnancy —

By Laine Munir@LaineMunir In the early 1980s, when I was born, using ultrasounds to determine a baby’s sex in utero was just becoming common practice for American doctors. It was a technology hailed as a harbinger of the Biological Revolution, a concern for pro-choice advocates who were troubled it could humanize fetuses—and it created a…

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My artwork is currently available through (Fine Art America/Pixels) where the majority of my growing portfolio is located. Meanwhile, my children's fiction book The Legend of Scarlett and Ryman is being professionally illustrated and will be available in a few more months. https://kristalin-davis.pixels.com Thanks for spending part of your busy day with me.

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