Be sure to read this week's RFT cover story, "She's Not There," about how activists on both sides of the abortion debate are paying more attention to men affected by abortion.
On Saturday, August 14, I woke up very early, got dressed and got into my car. I stopped to get a coffee, and, soon enough, was in Granite City, Illinois, outside the Hope Clinic for Women, a blocky concrete structure with purple signage and an overflow of protestors. They just happen to perform abortions at the Hope Clinic.
I pulled up to the curb behind an SUV with several pro-life bumper stickers -- "Declare the womb a federally protected wetland!" -- and left my car running, windows cracked, so I could hear what the dozens of people scattered along the clinic's periphery were shouting. I sat behind the wheel with my sunglasses on and a reporter's notebook in my hands, taking notes against my steering wheel.
Little did I know, I wasn't the only one taking notes.
On Wednesday, thanks to an interesting note from a reader and a little googling, I discovered a picture of myself on that day, along with this account, on a local pro-life website:
Satan never sleeps. A femi-nazi deathscort pulled up to our heels, and noticeably she was parked in the illegal zone. She was harassing a few of the pro-lifers and taking notes and license plates. Officer