UK’s largest abortion provider awarded by British Medical Journal for ‘Do-It-Yourself’ abortion scheme

By Right to Life UK Britain’s largest private abortion provider, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), has been awarded the ‘Women’s Health’ award for their role in the promotion and administration of their ‘DIY’ home abortion scheme. At the 13th annual The BMJ Awards (British Medical Journal), the abortion provider received its award for its …

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Reasons to abort? According to “progressive” minister, any and all will do.

By Dave Andrusko The last time we encountered progressive theologian The Rev. Rebecca Todd Peters she was offering a defense of why it’s was perfectly acceptable for North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper to veto a “dangerous” bill. “ What bill was she [and he] bravely opposing? HB453—Human Life Non-Discrimination Act/No Eugenics— which would prohibit an …

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Top 10 Abortion Myths: #4—Abortion has no side effects for women

By Chris Gast, Right to Life of Michigan So much of the abortion debate is based on myths, bad assumptions, bad logic, or outright gaslighting through deception. We will highlight one common abortion myth every month.  4: Abortion has no side effects for women. The bottom line: Abortion can be a traumatic experience for women …

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“Powerful” art exhibition gives voice to 7,000 girls aborted every day in India because they are girls

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children An extraordinary art exhibition marking International Day of the Girl Child is tackling sex-selective abortion in India, where “7,000 girls are being aborted just because they are girls”. #SHEImagine, part of the Vanishing Girls Campaign, is an art exhibition hosted by ADF India, an organisation dedicated …

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Rep. Cori Bush admits her abortion ‘was the darkest period of my life’

By Nancy Flanders  Congresswoman Cori Bush (D-Mo.) recently began sharing the heartbreaking story of her sexual assault and subsequent abortion. She detailed the rape along with her life situation at the time and even spoke of the racism she experienced at the abortion facility. And while her intention was to point out the purported necessity …

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Baby whom doctors advised to abort, now “happiest wee girl”

At their thirty-week scan, Claire McDaid and Jay Needham were told that their daughter had a badly deformed spine and would have no quality of life because her brain was badly swollen. Doctors advised the couple to go to England to get an abortion. Baby whom doctors advised should be aborted, now ‘happiest wee girl’

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Abortion ‘will be a stain on this nation for centuries’ like eugenics was, says Fox News host

By Carole Novielli  Eugenics is a pseudoscience which pitted the so-called “fit” against those deemed “unfit” to procreate. Its origins date back to the mid 1800’s, where it was promoted as an accepted science. By the early 1930s, the American Eugenics movement had become so influential that it was reported by some to have influenced Adolf …

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When I see pro-abortion marches, I see decades of pain and injury still bleeding and crying out for healing

By Olivia Gans Turner Mrs. Turner is the founder and director of American Victims of Abortion. She had an abortion herself in 1981.  Another weekend and another so-called “Women’s March” has come and gone. The “Women’s March” was predictably loud and angry, and it was touted as representing the voices of American women who supposedly …

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“I did not know that abortion stops a beating heart.”

By that I mean that, for a long time, I did not know that abortion stops a beating heart. I had no clue that, at just 24 days after conception, the baby’s heart is beating. I wonder right now, in newsrooms across America, how many reporters know that important fact about a preborn child’s development.

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India lost more girl babies to abortion than people lost in all wars worldwide for 90 years

By Sarah Terzo More girl babies have died in India in 10 years than people died in war worldwide in 90 years. Pro-life author S. Nye writes: “It has been estimated that during all the wars combined in the world between 1900 and 1990, the total number of civilians killed was 62 million. But India …

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The abortion pill: 21 years of secrecy and death

By Carole Novielli  The abortion pill (mifepristone) was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on September 28, 2000, in a regimen with another drug called misoprostol. Shortly after the abortion pill was approved, women began dying.* In years since its approval (between 2000 and 2018), the abortion pill has ended the lives of nearly four million preborn …

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