From The Atlantic:
The argument for abortion, if made honestly, requires many words: It must evoke the recent past, the dire consequences to women of making a very simple medical procedure illegal. The argument against it doesn’t take even a single word. The argument against it is a picture. [“The Dishonesty of the Abortion Debate,” Caitlin Flanagan]
This brings to mind philosopher Leonard Peikoff’s talk, A Picture is Not an Argument.