Andrea Mrozek at ProWomanProLife juxtaposes the National Post’s defense of graphic images from disaster-torn Haiti and the reaction from some regarding the use of graphic images of abortion employed by certain pro-lifers.

The Washington Post reports on the increased graphicness of the images coming out of Haiti. Make your own conclusion on how this applies to pro-life activism:

The fear of violating the victim’s privacy — which is a strange and dubious scruple — isn’t in operation in Haiti. After years of hinting at horror, the scales have fallen, the camera is unsheathed as a seemingly transparent window on misery, and journalists are allowed to show the worst, and say with the blunt, desperate urgency of the best journalism: Look.