The president of the National Organization for Women, Kim Gandy, acknowledged that disputes over unintended pregnancies can be complex and bitter.
“None of these are easy questions,” said Gandy, a former prosecutor. “But most courts say it’s not about what he did or didn’t do or what she did or didn’t do. It’s about the rights of the child.”
Perhaps she was taken out of context, but I gotta say, when I think of the National Organization of Women, I don’t think “Oh, they’re the ones concerned about the rights of the child.”