Apparently there is a museum of abortion and birth control in Sudtirol, Austria. This article walks you through that. Toward the end, the abortion provider, Christian Fiala, who founded the museum has this to say about people who disagree:
Sadly, you cannot talk to these people in an objective manner. They are, if you will, psychologically confined in a certain way. Normal discussion isn’t even possible. That is the true drama. Not the abortions but the fact that to this day, people like them are allowed to stand outside our clinic scaring away women who need help. I have received anonymous death threats too. But let’s not talk about people like that any more. It doesn’t further the cause. You wouldn’t blame illiterates for reading the wrong newspaper.
It’s interesting, because although it is likely patronizing, I feel the same way about him. Worldview, people, it is a very long process to change it.
Then there’s this gem:
Until about 1900, killing babies after birth was the predominant method of birth control. From then on, and for about 70 years, the illegal termination of the pregnancy between the fourth and fifth month became commonplace.”
In short, we used to kill babies after birth, but now, ladies and gentlemen, we do it before, and this is what makes us so civilized. A sarcastic well done to you Herr Fiala.by