“In 1998, two teenage girls-one pregnant, one a new mother-sued a Kentucky school district because officials there, hoping to send teens a message about unwed motherhood, denied them admission to the National Honor Society.
In an affidavit filed in the case, Serrin M. Foster, president of the group Feminists for Life, argued that the school district's policy would "encourage students to hide their pregnancies and not seek prenatal care . . . and instead obtain an abortion, or, worst of all, commit neonatal infanticide."
Foster's affidavit was written by a technology attorney named Jane Sullivan Roberts, the wife of President Bush's nominee to the Supreme Court, John G. Roberts Jr….
...The 33-year-old group, which takes its "feminist" label seriously and boasts Democrats as well as Republican members, rarely addresses the legality of abortion on its website. Instead, the group's focus is "to eliminate, through practical solutions, the root causes driving girls and women to abortion," as Jane Roberts wrote in the 1998 affidavit.
That means pressing colleges to provide affordable housing and healthcare for new parents, fighting family caps in welfare reform, working for expansion of the Violence Against Women Act, and seeking better enforcement on child support.”