In Defense of Autonomic Personhood

As a gay lawyer, today I wanted to write something in defense of women; specifically, about the rights of a person’s choices in relation to their own physical…

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My sobriquet here derives from a character from Nova, a novel by Samuel R. Delany. I’m a musician; I have backgrounds in Japanese linguistics and law.

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Chris Pullman

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My sobriquet here derives from a character from Nova, a novel by Samuel R. Delany. I’m a musician; I have backgrounds in Japanese linguistics and law.

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