Over the weekend I talked to my friends in Oklahoma. They would want to start a group IF they weren't grad students. The general consensus was that making a stand in a politically conservative state would not be good for their careers at this point. Disappointing... but I think once they get established, they'll be a lot more forthright about their views.
I really appreciate your offer to help. If I hear about any pro-choice murmurings at that school, I'll direct them to you.
[ 03-20-2006, 02:56 PM: Message edited by: Miz Scarlet ]
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(I edited your title, because you'd typed pro-life accidentally, which I know you didn't mean to do.)
Sadly, those IFs may always be that way, and all the more so once thy are established: their risks now are far lesser than they ever will be.
That happens a lot with people, and rarely does die down.
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