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83. , pp. 84–88. 9 See further Massimo Livi-Bacci, ‘Demograﬁa dell’aborto in Italia’, Sapere (1975): 41–46. 10 Amalia Signorelli, ‘Women in Italy in the 1970s’, in Cento Bull and Giorgio (eds), Speaking Out and Silencing, pp. 42–68, p. 49. However many women did not survive such interventions. 11 See further Aida Ribero, Una Questione Di Liberta: Il femminismo degli anni Settanta (Torino, 1999), p. 272. 30 Conceiving Life legal rights to colonized people. And what is imposed on them as culture.
However many women did not survive such interventions. 11 See further Aida Ribero, Una Questione Di Liberta: Il femminismo degli anni Settanta (Torino, 1999), p. 272. 30 Conceiving Life legal rights to colonized people. And what is imposed on them as culture. 12 This radical critique of women’s role and experience required that merely legislating for abortion would not be enough to transform the cultural and symbolic position of women in society. What was necessary was a transformation of woman’s symbolic position not just concessions granted to women by male legislators.
To have a medical practice not performed within the scope of tight legal and political control is a threat to the medico-juridical order as well as a threat to women’s lives and health. , p. 118. I medici più giovani non hanno partecipato e non hanno vissuto quella elaborazione e presa di coscienza collettiva che ha portato le donne a prendere in mano il loro destino, a chiedere di decidere della maternità. Non c’è in loro alcun riconoscimento del potere della donna sulla nascita e della potenzialità regolatoria che da esso deriva, tanto meno accettazione di quella cultura dell’autodeterminazione femminile che ha così fortemente permeato le lotte sull’aborto di trent’anni fa.