Women march in Miami, Florida, against the Supreme Court decision to overturn a half-century of abortion rights
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Who would be a woman in America? Twenty-six states are “certain or likely” to ban abortion, some even in cases of rape and incest. There has been an outpouring of grief and anger over the obliteration of the pro-abortion precedent Roe v Wade, with riots through the night.
People in this country watched in horror as America erupted, again, into near civil unrest. For those of us who had missed proper, old-school hairy-pitted feminist protesters, it was a great moment. There they were in Arizona, painted and screaming, brandishing flares, being tear-gassed.
Still, you wondered, where had these Amazons been? Asleep?
President Biden gave us a clue to what had happened when he offered a typically blinkered and self-seeking lament on the matter. The Supreme