I wish I could find this resource again, but haven't been able to. The short of it is that the results showed me that if I truly believed that life began at conception, I should be as horrified about rate of spontaneous natural abortion as I was about abortion.
It showed me that my motivations were misguided, and that I wasn't nearly as informed as I considered myself to be about the science of reproduction. It made my question how valuable life was if spontaneous abortion was such a normal and frequent part of the process.
That was the first "chink" in my pro-forced birth worldview. I remember feeling sick to my stomach with this challenge to what I was SO convinced was true. I pushed it out of my brain and moved forward as a good, Matt Walsh loving, pro-forced birth Christian.
A year ago, when I awoke from the delusion of evangelical Christianity and was able to look at the world with logic and the clarity of thought that comes when one is no longer believing falsities, it was easy to embrace pro-choice values.
A group of non-uterus owning people with severe lack of scientific understanding have no business telling uterus owning people what to do with their sexual and reproductive choices.