Agreed.  Indeed, that was the point I was trying to make. That isn't entirely accurate. Roe v. Wade did impose restrictions on that right, afterall.  In fact, I'd say that it made a reasonable effort to balance the conflict between the right of the woman to bodily autonomy and the rights of the fetus. But regardless, even Roe recognized it as an alienable right. And the pro-choice movement at large seems to be content with that placement of alieneability.  (making up new forms of alienabl