Shirt featuring a design of the Roe v. Wade case that demonstrates support for pro-choice and pro-Roe ideals. The design features both the Roe and the Wade courthouses. The most effective means of spreading the idea that women’s bodies are their own private property and that no one other than women ourselves should have the power to decide what happens to our bodies is to make it clear that no one else should.
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Pro Roe Pro Choice Feminism Shirt Roe V Wade Information.
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Fact of Zoe v Wade
Jane Roe (a false name used in court documents to disguise the plaintiff’s identity) sued the district attorney of Dallas County, Texas, where she resided, to challenge a law making abortion illegal except on a doctor’s orders to save a woman’s life. Roe sued the state for violating her First, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendment privacy rights.
Due Process safeguards a pregnant woman’s “right to privacy” The government weighs this right against women’s health and “human potential.” Texas law violated this right.
7-2 majority opinion by Harry Blackmun.
The Court said the matter wasn’t moot. “Repeatable yet evades inspection” is not a moot case. Pregnancy is a “bad excuse.”
Due Process provides a woman’s right to privacy, including the right to have an abortion. Abortion restrictions without limits are unconstitutional. The state has legitimate interests in protecting pregnant women’s health and “potential human life,” yet their weight changes throughout pregnancy, and the legislation must account for this.
Only the pregnant woman and her doctor may choose abortion in the first trimester. Mother health may affect second-trimester abortion restrictions. After the baby is “viable,” a state may limit or prohibit abortions, as long as the mother’s life or health is preserved.