Abortion Clinic administrator: I had no conception that “life was sacred”

By Sarah Terzo From clinic owner an administrator Merle Hoffman, on counseling women for their abortions: “Choice” is sometimes not a choice at all. It is an outcome determined by the economic, physical, sociological, and political factors that surround women… At times this reality would move me profoundly as I sat opposite the women I …

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Confessing human vulnerability and asking for forgiveness

By Dave Andrusko Over the  years we’ve run dozens and dozens of stories about the attempt of pro-abortionists to “normalize” abortion by (among other tactics) “telling their stories.” The assumption is not hard to figure out. They believe if woman “openly” talk about their abortions, over time the public will grow used to hearing the …

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Counselor: men don’t get through abortion “unscathed”

By Sarah Terzo In an article by a counselor: “People may be relieved after abortion, and utterly convinced of the rightness of the action they’ve taken, but no one rejoices. Abortion is a difficult experience for everyone concerned. That includes men. A man may escape the physical trauma, but it’s unlikely they’ll come through unscathed.” …

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Wales: 100% increase in ambulance call-outs for women taking ‘DIY’ abortion pills at home

By Right to Life UK In Wales, it has been reported that official data shows that there has been a 100 per cent increase in ambulance call-outs to people taking abortion pills at home since regulations permitting medical abortion outside of a clinical setting came into effect last year. At the start of the COVID-19 …

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Persuasive on the surface it fails to withstand the scrutiny of reason: The gender equality argument for legalized abortion

By Paul Stark Editor’s note. Mr. Stark is Communications Director for Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), NRLC’s state affiliate. Many defenders of legalized abortion argue that it is required by gender equality. The burdens of pregnancy and childbirth fall upon women but never upon men. So only with access to abortion can women be …

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Baby dies after man tricks pregnant girlfriend into taking abortion pill

By Laura Nicole  A man in Japan has been arrested after tricking his pregnant girlfriend into taking mifepristone, the first chemical used in the abortion pill regimen.  On February 22, 21-year-old Jin Mimae was taken into custody for attempting abortion without consent. After being apprehended, he admitted to the charges, telling police, “I didn’t want to …

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Pro-Abortion Conference Lists ”Obstacles” to Legalizing Abortion Worldwide

By Sarah Terzo On February 28, 2021, a doctor who spoke at a conference sponsored by the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists presented the following slide. The slide presents the “obstacles” to legalizing abortion worldwide discussed at the pro-abortion Women Deliver Conference in 2007: Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic Quotes and is reposted …

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Woman has abortion because she had no money, but “pain of abortion still hurts”

By Sarah Terzo A woman on a feminist blog wrote about having an abortion because she and her partner had no money. She claims that she went to a crisis pregnancy center and they did not offer her material or financial support, which seems unusual since most CPCs are stocked with baby items and supplies. …

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Abortion clinic worker encourages abortion for birth control

By Sarah Terzo On the blog The Abortion Gang, an abortion worker says the following: “Last week, I got into a conversation (as I often do) on access to abortion. The exchange was pleasant and informative, but in the course of the conversation the other party expressed she did not support free choice if “someone …

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UK’s two largest abortion providers in a race to the bottom?

By Alithea Williams, SPUC—The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Editor’s note. This repost from a story that appeared a year ago in NRL News Today is as relevant today as it was then. Marie Stopes and BPAS continue to  perform almost all the abortions in the UK in a manner that drew criticism …

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A simple but elegant argument against abortion: there is no morally significant difference between unborn and already-born human beings

By Paul Stark Since you, me, toddlers, teenagers, etc., have basic rights, and since there is no morally relevant difference (that is, relevant to whether one has basic rights) between us and human beings at earlier, prenatal developmental stages, it follows that unborn humans also have basic rights. This precludes killing them for the reasons …

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