A 17-year-old from Texas wants an abortion and has to jump through a lot of hoops to get it. She and her friends love Texas, but after reading this book, I'm like FUCK TEXAS and anyone else who limits body autonomy. Possible spoilers ahead.
FUCK JUDGES LIKE THIS GUY
"Miss Winchester," the judge says, "I sang 'You'll Never Walk Alone' because I think it applies to your situation. Sometimes in life, we aren't dealt the hand that we want. Sometimes the good Lord puts a challenge in our way to make us better people. And for you that challenge is motherhood."
This judge guy sings a song from Carousel at Camille's hearing, and she's the one who needs to be a better person? He goes on to make his decision based on his religion and parenthood status. FUCK TEXAS. Sorry Texas friends, but this is FUCKED UP.
Camille's point of view is
I'm not sure if I believe in God, but I do believe in souls, and I don't think you can kill a soul.
Take that, "Christian" busybodies.