I'm moderately surprised that Megan McArdle doesn't already know the answer to her implicit question here:
Obviously, since I'm pro-choice, I think you can argue against abortion control in many effective ways. But this[*] is not one of them--at least not if you hew to the feminist notion that women are entitled to their own choices and preferences as individuals, not lumped in with some vast undifferentiated mass of women who all want the same thing.
To too many of the people that she's objecting to, women who aren't pro-life aren't actually 'real' women. Or particularly people, for that matter.
:shrug: You get used to it, of course: I'm just surprised that Megan hasn't by now.
*'This' being defined as 'dismissing conservative female objections en masse as being contradictory to a liberal tautology.'
Crossposted to Moe Lane.