Quotation by Ursula K. Le Guin

If we can get that realistic feminine morality working for us, if we can trust ourselves and so let women think and feel that an unwanted child or an oversize family is wrong—not ethically wrong, not against the rules, but morally wrong, all wrong, wrong like a thalidomide birth, wrong like taking a wrong step that will break your neck—if we can get feminine and human morality out from under the yoke of a dead ethic, then maybe we'll begin to get somewhere on the road that leads to survival.
Ursula K. Le Guin (b. 1929), U.S. author. Speech, March 1978, to Planned Parenthood symposium, Portland, Maine. "Moral and Ethical Implications of Family Planning," Dancing at the Edge of the World (1989).
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