Unfortunately there is an active movement in some places to erode the rights of pregnant women, and many of the statements in your previous post share a very strong resemblance to the arguments that are being used.
I have never heard of such a movement, and can assure you I have nothing to do with whatever you are referring to. I seriously hope that statement is not an accusation.
For example, you refer to the fetus as a human being, and while I completely understand why you would (I talk to my kids about what parts of their personalities became evident before they were born), the argument that fetuses are human beings is being used to try to remove women's rights. Also, saying that "you are morally obligated to ensure the health and safety of that child" can be easily interpreted to mean that if the child isn't healthy it must be because of something the mother did.
There are certain situations that a pregnant woman simply cannot help. Here is a personal example... I had gestational diabetes with my second pregnancy. Throughout the entire pregnancy, I did all that I could do to ensure my son would be safe and healthy. Guess what? Two minutes after he was born he went into respiratory arrest. He coded, and got taken away from me without any explanation as to what was happening. After almost 24 hours I got the diagnosis. Did I do anything to cause that? No. However, ask a woman if she caused her kid to have FAS because she drank excessively while pregnant. Or, ask a mother who smoked cigarettes like a chimney if she caused her baby to be of low birth weight because she was born prematurely. Yes, they caused that. All I have been saying is that it is the mother's responsibility to her child to do what she can to minimize risks. That is not removing someone's rights. That is simply doing the right thing. You bet your ass a mother is morally obligated to do the best she can to minimize health risks to her unborn child. I'm not discriminating against anyone by saying that. Nor am I classifying someone as a second-class citizen with what I have written on this thread. Here's another personal story... many, many years ago I worked in an inner city OB/Gyn office. I saw it all. I saw the consequences of mothers who didn't take care of themselves while they were pregnant. The outcomes of their callous and irresponsible behavior was hard to watch. So, yeah, this whole thread strikes a major nerve with me.