Abortionist: women don’t want their regular doctors to know

By Sarah Terzo In The New York Times, Dr. Deborah Oyer, medical director and owner of Aurora Medical Services in Seattle (an abortion clinic), explains how women often try to hide their abortions from their regular doctor: “In addition, Dr. Oyer said, many women do not want their doctor — or anyone in their town …

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Third of British Pregnancies End in Abortion for Early 20s Mothers

Editor’s note. This appeared on the blog of Family and Life. A third of pregnancies among British women in their early 20s end in abortion for the first time. The Office for National Statistics [ONS] published figures showing that the rate of conceptions leading to abortion among women aged 20 to 24 hit 33.2 per …

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Alabama Democratic State Rep’s unforgiveable abortion comments

“You bring them into the world unwanted, unloved, then send them to the electric chair. So you kill them now or kill them later.” By Dave Andrusko At the risk of stating the self-evident, had a Republican (in a different context) made remarks as ghastly, as vicious, and as riddled with bias as were the …

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Montana Supreme Court rules that nurses, midwives may commit abortions

By Martin M. Barillas Editor’s note. This is adapted from a post that appeared at LifeSiteNews. HELENA— The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a district court ruling that allows nurse practitioners and nurse midwives to provide abortions, despite state law. In the 4-3 decision in a divided court, Justice Beth Baker wrote for the majority …

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Young woman gets involved with clinic, then finds out they do abortions

By Sarah Terzo A young woman living independently of her mother for the first time gets involved in an abortion clinic without knowing it: I enrolled at Miami-Dade College and answered a newspaper ad seeking a receptionist at a Women’s Clinic close by the house where I was staying. I was immediately hired and began …

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Nurse witnesses baby born alive after an abortion

By Sarah Terzo In a video from the Save the 8th Campaign, Irish nurse Caren Níh Allacháin described witnessing an abortion at 22 weeks where the baby was born alive. The baby had a “chromosomal abnormality,” possibly Down syndrome “I wasn’t looking after [the woman having the abortion] directly, but I was on the ward. …

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Why a Dismemberment Abortion Ban?

By Right to Life of Michigan Since New York’s Legislature cheered legislation endorsing abortion-on-demand through all nine months of pregnancy, the prolife movement has been on the move. Many people who considered themselves prolife but didn’t commit themselves to regular efforts to end abortion have suddenly been awakened, angered, and activated. In recent years, the …

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48% of postabortion women say they were coerced/pressured into aborting, study finds

By Sarah Terzo Jessica Stanton writes about a study on how postabortion women were coerced into abortions: “In a study conducted by Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, Dr. Ian Gentles, and Dr. Elizabeth Ring–Cassidy published in 2013 in ‘Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women’, the authors asked 101 women to share their abortion stories. When they were asked …

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A brilliant and important critique of today’s Kansas Supreme Court decision that found a “right” to abortion in the state Constitution

“In this imagined world, the Liberty Bell rings every time a baby in utero loses her arm.” By Dave Andrusko The verdict the Kansas Supreme Court was going to render was as tardy as it was predictable. On a 6-1 vote, the state’s highest court today shot down the Kansas Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment …

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Study reveals safety concerns among abortionists over chemically-induced self-abortion

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. Director of Education & Research When it comes to chemical abortions (“medication” abortions, in pro-abortion parlance), rhetoric and reality have increasingly been on a collision course. Advocates have diligently argued that chemical abortions are so simple and safe that women can do them on their own (the rhetoric). But simultaneously …

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