The implications for menstruating persons is unquestionably significant. But non-cis persons of color who are pregnant will face an outrageous otherness as they seek to end those pregnancies easily and safely. Those who identify other than female who wish to obtain abortions in those states will face double trauma as they present as non-women and now will travel for cessation. Abortion is a holy right and a sacrament for it is the celebration of choice over the other that takes up unwelcome uterine residence.
People or not, the fetal invader does not get to claim its host body as its own, and capital self-defense and ejection is not inappropriate. Ideally earlier rather than later because the sight of the developing fetus can look very haunting and remind the self-defender of what it would have been had it continued uninterrupted its trajectory into a “baby.” It is the one time, perhaps other than when someone breaks into a home to commit crime, when terminating a human life is not only acceptable but necessary and honorable. That this choice has been ripped apart and will now lead to the questioning of whether couples of other than binary sexuality can be married, is to be expected and should be challenged.
As a church we must celebrate diversity and celebrate the right to terminate the lives of undesired, severely handicapped children, and those that can cause birthing persons health to be compromised, before they are birthed. Abortion is a gift of grace because without it so many would have much harder lives. Grace to accept that some people are just better having not existed - and we see them every day around us - and to know that our world has fewer of those types of people than it otherwise would have had thanks to Roe v Wade.