So here’s the deal: I have never seen Les Miserables. I have never read Les Miserables. I know one thing from Les Miserables, and that is that Castle on a Cloud song because I had to sing it in middle school choir this one time. So! Here, for your reading pleasure, is my impression of Les Mis, as explained to me by tumblr. (Full disclosure: I had to make Postcard send me links to everybody’s pictures, because I don’t actually know all their names.)
THIS ONE’S ENJOLRAS. He is the leader of the glorious revolution, and is in love with France!!! Or possibly he is in love with revolution. Or possibly he is in love with France and revolution??? It’s hard to tell, but definitely his attachment to both France and revolution has crossed the border into the realms of “unhealthy,” especially as I get the impression that revolution treats him bad and France never calls. (PATRIA!!!!)
In some states, if a woman gives birth to a stillborn child, or has any other form of miscarriage, she can be charged with manslaughter.
If a mother dies during childbirth, can the child then be charged with manslaughter?
I just wanna know if these unborn children (and, in some states, recently fertilized eggs) are being given the same rights as adults, or MORE rights than adults.
Or, at least, more rights than adult females…
if a woman gives birth to a stillborn child, or has any other form of miscarriage, she can be charged with manslaughter.