is this an antichoice book? the first part of the description says "she could have embraced failure, but quitting wasn't an option" then goes on to say "the life shed chosen for herself". Im interested in books like this but not if it refers to people whove gotten abortions as failure/people who have failed.
Venessia This book is not an anti-choice book at all. The author meant embracing the negative perceptions people had about the choice she made to carry a baby to term as an unwed teen. She in no way insinuated that abortions were a sign of failure.