Abortion workers explain why boyfriends are not allowed in procedure room

By Sarah Terzo Abortion clinic worker Jackie explains why boyfriends and husbands were not allowed to be with their partners while they are having abortions: “Patients did not bring their boyfriends, husbands, fathers, whoever were there to support, they could not bring that person into the back with them. So a lot of women were …

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Pro-abortion philosopher admits that legalizing abortion led to lack of respect for other human lives

By Sarah Terzo Philosopher Peter Singer, who supports both abortion and infanticide, wrote:  “The prohibition on the direct killing of the fetus was the first area in which the sanctity of life ethic was directly challenged by the quality of life ethic, and lost. “Abortion foreshadowed what was about to become accepted practice in other …

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More than 10,000 women need hospital treatment due to adverse effects following “DIY” chemical abortions

By Dave Andrusko Helen Sutan reported earlier this week on still more evidence that all but screams “Do It Yourself chemical abortions are very dangerous to women.” “Based on 85 freedom of information requests to NHS trusts, it was discovered that in 2020, more over 1 in 17 women (about 20 per day) who utilized …

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Medical journals refused to publish pro-abortion researcher’s study linking abortion and depression

By Sarah Terzo  David Fergusson is a pro-abortion researcher whose 2006 study found a higher rate of depression and other mental health problems among post-abortive women. The study revealed that 42% of women who had undergone abortions within the previous four years suffered from depression at more than double the rate of women who hadn’t had …

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Here’s what 375 women told the Supreme Court about the harms of late-term abortion

By Laurel Duggan   Testimonies signed by 375 women harmed by late term abortion were submitted to the Supreme Court. The signed affidavits describe shocking physical and psychological injuries caused by second and third trimester abortions. The women’s amicus brief urges the court to overturn Roe v. Wade in the upcoming case Dobbs v. Jackson …

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Abortion’s corrupting influence undermines the philosophy that undergirds and protects Western medicine: the Hippocratic tradition

By Dave Andrusko When the Supreme Court hears oral arguments December 1 in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, it’s easy to predict there will be virtually no discussion in the popular press of one of the state’s “compelling interests” in protecting unborn babies over 15 weeks: safeguarding the integrity of the medical profession. (The …

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Seven reasons to question the safety of the abortion pill

By Carole Novielli  The abortion industry often claims that the abortion pill is “safer than Tylenol.” Yet reports continue to emerge of increasing ER visits and complications due to chemical abortion even as the world considers making at-home DIY abortions — increasingly popularized and authorized during the COVID-19 pandemic — permanent. Here are seven reasons why …

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Ireland: Labour Party adopts policy to make abortion up to birth legal

By Right to Life UK The Labour Party in Ireland has adopted a policy to support making abortion legal up until birth without any restriction. The policy was announced and voted through last Saturday 13 November, during their annual party conference. Since the repeal of the Eighth Amendment in 2018, abortion has been legal on …

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Study Claims, But Fails to Show “Self-Managed” Chemical Abortions “Highly Effective and Safe”

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Another day, yet another study from abortion advocates claiming that Do-It-Yourself (DIY) or “self-managed” chemical abortions are safe and effective.  This latest one is a study of about a thousand pregnant women in Argentina and Nigeria – where abortion was illegal at the time …

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Former clinic worker on how pro-choicers view women who regret their abortions

By Sarah Terzo Former clinic worker Jewels Green: The pro-abortion movement makes a lot of noise about respecting a woman’s heartfelt and well-considered “choice” to have an abortion—but only if she remains quietly pro-choice and regret-free afterwards. That same woman becomes a “traitor” to her gender, a mindless follower of dogma, or an object of …

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Pro-Choice Author: Abortion carries “social shame” and “psychological burden”

By Sarah Terzo From pro-choice author Melissa Harris-Perry: … Abortion still carries tremendous social shame in addition to its personal psychological burden. Activists for reproductive rights have a hard time convincing women and families who have terminated to be part of a movement that protects the right to terminate. Many understandably prefer not to be …

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