This story from England, about a woman who discovered the fetus she had just aborted in a medical jar in another area of the clinic demsontrates why the traditional pro-choice advocacy approach turns so many people off. This woman is going to sue the hospital because she was so upset by seeing what she had just willingly expelled from her uterus. I don't get this. How can someone decide in good conscience to have an abortion if the reality of what she is doing is so repugnant to her? I am in favor of retaining the legal right to abortion in the first trimester, but women need to be able to face what they are doing and not deny it. While this woman might not have wanted to see her aborted fetus, accidentally doing so shouldn't be grounds for suing the hospital. After all, she herself is the proximate cause of the fetus floating in a jar in the first place; not the medical clinic.