"Woman In the Yellow Sweater" Reveals Her Identity on Slate
September 7, 2010
Dear Feminists for Life
Jessica Grose, Slate contributor and editor of "Double X," recently expressed her curiosity about "the woman in the yellow sweater" at the Susan B. Anthony breakfast who asked the pivotal question about welcoming left-leaning pro-life women to the political process.
After her post, many other women stepped forward to identify themselves as "yellow sweaters"--politically progressive, pro-life feminists.
Feminists for Life welcomes all people, regardless of political or religious affiliation. Left, right, independent, or politically homeless, those who walk in the shoes of early American feminists such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton--who opposed abortion and worked for "the complete elevation and enfranchisement of women"--are invited to call Feminists for Life home.
Because women deserve better,