I have no link for this or any recent "happening" other than Indiana's chapter of Planned Parenthood decided to give out "gift certificates" for "reproductive rights" which I find appalling. It may very well have to do with tonights wine and the anniversary of my twin daughter's early demise.
My daughters, Courtney Lynn Zank and Erica Adele Zank were born prematurely at just under 3 months many years ago, before the amazing technology we have available today, else they'd be alive. They were born alive, and I had the pleasure of holding them (thank you Dr Lewis & Parkview) for their very short lives. They both fit in my one hand, and were perfectly developed (though tiny) and the Doctor allowed me to hold them both before they died. They were NOT masses of tissue, nor "lumps" of "after birth". They were breathing (albeit shortly) living daughters of mine, yet by todays reproductive rights standards (and advocates) they didn't amount to human life. They would have been dispensible, disposable and just so much trash in a medical waste bin. Legally, they could have simply used a forceps to crush their skulls.
I've got NO problem with Planned Parenthood when it advocates birth control, be it pills, condoms or that hopelessly outdated notion of celibacy and common sense. Yes, I was a teenager too, and I had my share of foolish follies and I was grateful for planned parenthood, but it NEVER included, nor would it have included the taking of an innocent life.
Call it whatever you like, but if you have ever had an ultrasound done on a pregnant spouse, partner or whatever, and watched the "fetus" (gawd I hate that term) move around with arms, legs, etc. you really don't have a leg to stand on.
If you can, hug your children.