Germaine Greer

Germaine Greer

is an Australian writer, academic, journalist and scholar of early modern English literature, widely regarded
So far it has been assumed that the only pregnancies which are aborted are accidental ones and the only foetuses destroyed those whose mothers could not bear the thought of their becoming children. In a just world this would be the case, but the world is far from just. Too many women are forced to abort by poverty, by their menfolk, by their parents. Poverty has many faces; it may be the poverty of the young, the unmarried, the student, the unemployed, the female or a combination of these. /mothers/ Germaine Greer quotes

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