Tag Archives: choice

During my abortion they ‘turned the screen away so I couldn’t see my baby’

By Kaitlyn Heyd Years before my son, I chose abortion. It was my choice. Maybe because of where I was at in life. Maybe because I was too ashamed to carry a child at the time. Maybe because I didn’t

Exhausting: Rewire.com Drive-By attack on women helping centers is Short on Facts, Long on “Fake”

By Jay Hobbs In case the memo hasn’t yet reached your cubicle, let’s get right to the point: the abortion cheer squad really—really, really, really, really, to borrow from Carly Rae Jepsen—hates choice, so long as that choice isn’t abortion.

Canadian opponents of “Cassie and Molly’s Law” jeopardize women and choice

Ottawa, October 18 – Those who spoke against Bill C-225 (Protection of Pregnant Women and Their Preborn Children Act or “Cassie and Molly’s Law”) in yesterday evening’s debate are endangering Canadian women and the choices they make. They may not

When Women Don’t Have a Choice

By Deborah Muse Editor’s note. This first appeared at Save the Storks and is reprinted with permission. As women in the United States, most of us have a myriad of choices. We pride ourselves on making choices because our choices

Editorial defends CPCs against baseless NARAL charges

By Dave Andrusko When the Supreme Court overturned portions of the 2013 Texas pro-life bill, the five-member majority swallowing the argument that abortion is as safe as a walk in the park hook, line, and sinker. An editorial in The

When abortion is the man’s choice

By Sarah Terzo Abortion is touted as a woman’s choice, but according to one study, 64% of women feel pressured into abortion by their partners. Men may pressure their partners into having abortions because they do not want a child

Abortion Fans Love Choice… Unless that Choice is Life

By Jay Hobbs If 2015 ended with the abortion lobby encouraging women to #ShoutYourAbortion, 2016 is beginning on a distinctly different note. The abortion lobby has a very clear message for 145 mothers who were in the process of undergoing

“The Cost of ‘Choice’: Women Evaluate the Impact of Abortion”

Edited by Erika Bachiochi and reviewed by Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This review is one of those perennials that I like to run every so often, both because the book is so substantive and because we are forever adding new

Thanking Two Pro-Life Champions

By Kurt Kondrich Recently my beautiful daughter Chloe and her remarkable friend Alex who were born with a diagnosis of Down syndrome went to the US Capitol in Washington DC to meet with and thank two congressmen who are true

Life and death and the womb

By Ellie Saul Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a blog entry that was posted on March 7. Sunday a beautiful, young Jewish couple was tragically killed in a hit and run in New York on the way to the

Lessons in Language

By Philippa Taylor Editor’s note. This appeared on the official blog of the British Christian Medical Fellowship. I was intrigued to read the following short tweet a couple of weeks ago by the pro-abortion organisation, ‘Education for Choice’, during the

From ‘choice’ to ‘not in her shoes’: Planned Parenthood sidesteps the issue

By Paul Stark The use of “choice” in the abortion debate was never substantive. Everyone understands that some choices are morally unproblematic (choosing to exercise, to eat ice cream, to talk with friends) and other choices are not (choosing to