A New York Times piece, "Campaigning for Common Ground in Abortion Debate", starts by asking, "What if groups that demanded reproductive choices for women actually offered them?"
The idea is simple. It is about choice. Not choice as a euphemism for the right to have an abortion, but choice in the true sense of the word: options, informed consent and support for women trying to figure out what to do with an unwanted pregnancy.
Note that this is new. This is a radical idea, a departure from the status-quo. It is, as the article states, "meteor-strike rare".
But it's a start. Maybe there will arise a third wave, a true pro CHOICE movement that's not all about choosing just abortion.