Norma McCorvey, pictured, is generally thought of as the plaintiff-cum-anti- choice-activist in the Roe v. Wade case. In fact, she was one of three plaintiffs — the other two were Marsha and David King, and Marsha's now speaking out. Marsha and David were married, living in Texas and not ready to have kids in the late sixties when Marsha got pregnant and went to Mexico for her first abortion. Two years later, as their case was wending its way to the Supreme Court, she had to have another — despite, in both cases, using birth control. Unlike Corvey, she has no regrets about her decision to participate in the case. Also, unlike Corvey, she actually had an abortion (followed by a family), so she knows about which she speaks. [Women's eNews]