A particularly odious pro-choice rationalization

By Sarah Terzo A pro-choice writer shared the following argument against laws protecting babies from late-term abortions: “We may, as many people do, sympathize with the pain we think the fetus feels, but we must be careful in saying that this sympathy establishes the personness of the fetus. It establishes nothing but our ability to …

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Having undergone an abortion, woman describes “mental backlash”

By Sarah Terzo A post-abortion woman wrote the following letter to the Guardian newspaper: “The mental backlash has been enormous, and in all my consultations, not one person ever warned me of this. Even with the support of a firm marriage and a loving family, I came as close to a mental breakdown as I …

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Post-abortion woman: something between us died

By Sarah Terzo From a woman after her abortion: “I wished for a peaceful and stable relationship, which I don’t believe I will find with my present partner. It feels like something between us has died.” Researcher David Reardon has found that 50% of relationships break up soon after an abortion. Other studies put the …

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“My desires and goals could wait because to me nothing was worth ending her life” – Mom responds to actress’ pro-abortion awards show message

By Tonya Baker Nelson Editor’s note: This appeared in Pregnancy Help News which explains that Tonya Baker Nelson is the CEO of Hand Of Hope Pregnancy Resource Centers of North Carolina, and also a mom who’d faced unexpected pregnancy as a young, single woman. The following is her reaction to actress Michelle Williams’ award acceptance …

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Abortion discriminates against black moms, black pro-life leaders tell Supreme Court

African-American groups have added their own legal brief in support of a Louisiana law that imposes medical standards on abortion facilities. By Calvin Freiburger Editor’s note. The following is excerpted from a post that appeared at LifeSiteNews. January 8, 2020 – A coalition of African-American pro-life leaders including Alevda King, Ryan Bomberger, and Stacey Washington …

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In for one abortion, why not two abortions in three months?

By Dave Andrusko One of many things I’ve learned over the years in reading the accounts of “people” (aka women) justifying their abortions is that they loathe the very suggestion that they need any reason, let alone a justification, to do what they want with the unborn children they typically have created out of carelessness. …

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Women have trouble “ending the life” of a late term unborn baby

By Sarah Terzo Ann Furedi comments on late-term abortions and women’s reluctance to get them [1]: “Many women, who would have few qualms about opting for a pregnancy to be terminated in its early weeks, balk at the thought of ending a life they have felt move inside them.” Ann Furedi runs the largest chain …

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Post-Abortion woman: “Every time I heard a baby cry it was like a knife turning in my heart.”

By Sarah Terzo From a post-abortive woman named Bernadette: “I became pregnant in my late teens, and 10 weeks into the pregnancy I had an abortion. A trusted doctor assured me that the procedure would be simple, effective, with no after effects. I was never told that abortion would lead to deep depression, that every …

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Woman proudly says that having an abortion is “Giving myself a vote of confidence”

By Sarah Terzo From one woman who had an abortion: “I feel proud of myself that I made the choice to have an abortion and finish college. I never made a decision before that said I was the most important person. Choosing abortion is about empowerment. It’s about making a choice in favor of myself …

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What’s in a word? How ‘fetus” helped usher in abortion on demand

By Dave Andrusko As one of the first posts of 2019, I’d like to briefly talk about an article that had been kindly forwarded to me a while back. It ran online at salvomag.com and was titled simply, “Fetus.” I learned a lot. For example, “The first recorded use of the word ‘fetus’ dates back …

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