This is a continuation of a previous post that I had about pro-life feminism, in which I referenced an article written by Erika Bachiochi, who self-identifies as a pro-life feminist. Here's another CNN article that I read about this seemingly "counter-intuitive" movement by Helen Alvare, a law professor: https://www.cnn.com/2018/05/23/opinions/pro-life-feminism-alvare-opinion/index.html
What do you think about this article and the movement as a whole? Are pro-life feminists right to fight for the acceptance of diversity of thought among women? Is there something fundamentally oxymoronic about it, or is the number of women who resonate with its tenets/beliefs a significant enough reason to consider its legitimacy? If pro-life feminism is indeed becoming more of a mainstream label, what does that spell out for the future of American politics and the upcoming elections?