The media so rarely get it the way you want it, but here is an author that is comfortable with complexity and nuance. Monika Bauerlein writes in MORE magazine about trying to hear real people's experiences in a political context that doesn't always allow a fuller discourse. She interviewed two abortion providers and some prochoice folks too.
Even better were three companion first person articles about changing from a black and white world view (prochoice) to a gray but still prochoice view. One was a woman who has repeated IVF procedures and felt surprisingly proprietary about her 8 celled "children." Another was a male abortion counselor who shifted his rhetoric after he saw his own baby's ultrasound. And the third, and my favorite, was a woman with a teen who was appalled that her daughter watched her friends blithely have children and not know they had a choice. This middle aged dyed in the wool prochoice activist had to "come out" to her daughter about her own abortion and her beliefs about women's lives.
A good read: In the stores now, with Sigourney Weaver on the cover, or on line. Here is a link to the article from More magazine.