Personhood USA’s Keith and Jennifer Mason, a married couple who happen to be leaders of the “personhood” movement to define human embryos as legal people, which would effectively outlaw abortion. Critics charge that personhood could also outlaw some forms of birth control, in-vitro fertilization, and stem-cell research. In a profile we’ve got in the mag this week, Keith Mason disputes these charges, telling his side of the story. Read it, and let’s hear your take w/ a reblog.

Personhood USA’s Keith and Jennifer Mason, a married couple who happen to be leaders of the “personhood” movement to define human embryos as legal people, which would effectively outlaw abortion. Critics charge that personhood could also outlaw some forms of birth control, in-vitro fertilization, and stem-cell research. In a profile we’ve got in the mag this week, Keith Mason disputes these charges, telling his side of the story. Read it, and let’s hear your take w/ a reblog.