A slight nitpick: the brain has no nerve endings. It's full of neurons, yes, but there are no pain receptors (at least as far as I have heard). This screed wants us to believe that the baby can feel its brain being sucked out, which is actually impossible.
This is, I think, the only drawing of the dilation & extraction abortion that I have seen, but I've seen it around a lot. Is there a reason why the baby's body is turned? Do they do it to avoid damage to the mother?
EDIT: Yay, research is a wonderful thing! Intact Dilation & Extraction is sometimes used when the baby's head is too large to pass through the cervix. Apparently, it's not necessary to induce a breech birth, but I'm sure it's always illustrated like this to reinforce the whole frame of "partial birth" they have going on here.