This is just a quick brainstorm on some of the more absurd unintended consequences of any personhood laws. A personhood law is one which defines a fetus to be a person under the law. This is quite literally what they are. So ... if a fetus is a "person" under the law ... a pregnant woman who is present in a bar where minors are not allowed would be guilty of the crime of contributing to the delinquence of a minor or a similar offense - regardless of whether or not she was actually consuming alcohol ... an ectotpic pregancy could not be aborted. This can easily result in death ... you could not imprison a pregnant woman. Since the fetus inside of her is a person under the law, you cannot impose criminal punishments on it for crimes it did not commit. To imprison a pregnant woman would be to impose imprisonment on her fetus as well. ...in any state where providing alcohol to a minor is a strict liability crime - that is, you don't have to have knowledge that you are doing it to be liable for the crime - it would be a crime for a pregnant woman to consume even one alcoholic beverage , regardless of whether or not she even knew she was pregant! ... Posting an ultrasound of your fetus online would be equivalent to posting nude photos of children online. In many states this a crime regardless of whether or not the photos are lewd or pornographic. ...In certain sports and entertainment venues, there is a strict one person one ticket policy no exceptions by age. (so for example, in LSU's TIger Stadium, if you want to bring you 1 month old in, you have to buy a whole ticket). This would mean pregnant women could be charged double for entry to these venues. Any other thoughts? This is mostly moot - as even anti-abortioners have realized how stupid these laws are and they have failed as a result.