25 years later, woman calls abortion her “greatest mistake”

By Sarah Terzo Sharon McFee had an abortion at a young age. 25 years later, she thought about her abortion while at church and suffered an outpouring of grief and regret: “I could no longer constrain myself and out flooded a torrent of pent-up grief that had been buried for 25 years. I fell apart at …

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ACOG’s attempts to change the way we talk about abortion are anything but neutral

By Laura Nicole  A recent TikTok from Secular Pro-Life has called out the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) for its ongoing efforts to try and change the abortion debate by policing language. Published in March of this year, the ACOG Guide to Language and Abortion purports to be a neutral and professional resource …

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Father writes letter to his aborted baby: “My heart aches when I think of you.”

By Sarah Terzo “I have thought about you so often. Something tells me that you would have been a girl. You would have been born in March 1964. Though, it’s been at least forty one years since I had contact with your mother before she aborted you, it seems only yesterday that my psyche wrestled …

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A coldblooded academic exercise in “fetal reduction”

By Dave Andrusko Even before I came to National Right to Life, lo these many years ago, I knew that by and large the bioethics set was composed of some strange characters. There were, of course, notable exceptions. You think of Gilbert Meilaender and J. David Bleich and Wesley J. Smith and John Keown, but …

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Interviewer couldn’t convince women to talk about their abortions

By Sarah Terzo Byllye Avery, founder of the National Black Women’s Health Project, interviewed many women about their life experiences. She says: “Women have been totally silent about all the issues. But the issue they were most silent about was abortion. I was amazed that women would talk about the worst kinds of psychological abuse. …

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“Conscious Abortion” and Ridiculous Pro-Choice Exercises

By Sarah Terzo In the article “Conscious Abortion: Engaging the Fetus in a Compassionate Dialogue” in the Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, psychologist Claudette Nantel encourages women to communicate with their baby before an abortion, tell them how much they love them, say goodbye, and even get their child’s permission for the abortion. Really. Nantel admits …

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New Zealand’s Prime Minister launches ‘0800 dial an abortion’ service

By Right to Life UK The New Zealand Government has launched a new ‘DIY’ abortion scheme that allows women and girls to ‘free-phone’ a number and have abortion pills delivered to them in what has been described as ‘state-sponsored backstreet abortion’. Following the introduction of one of the most extreme abortion laws in the world, permitting the …

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NPR airs shocking audio of an abortion as it is performed

By Dave Andrusko Journalism hit a new—and very disturbing–low today: NPR played the audio of an abortion as it was performed, “complete with disturbing sounds of machinery vacuuming out the unborn child and the mother crying and moaning,” Caroline Downey reported. XStrategies’ Greg Price wrote I almost didn’t want to tweet this but it’s something …

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“Dixie Darlin” beautifully describes a man’s pain when he can do nothing to save his unborn child

By Dave Andrusko A grateful tip of the hat to Evita Duffy of The Federalist for bringing “Dixie Darlin” to my attention. “This Country Song Shines A Rare Spotlight On The Heartbreak Abortion Causes Fathers” is the headline, “Wilder Blue’s song ‘Dixie Darlin’’ is a beautiful ballad that gives a rare insight into the often-overlooked …

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If only looking away from an abortion could hide what you saw, but it cannot

By Dave Andrusko The wonders of the Internet and stories you’ve forgotten you saved hidden away on your hard drive. I was researching my response to yet another puff piece hailing abortionist Willie Parker when I ran across a column I read awhile back. It was by Ross Douthat, a columnist for the New York Times, and …

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“My heart was broken”: Former model describes mental trauma of abortion coercion

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Amada Rose Pérez, a Colombian actress and former model, is spreading the pro-life message after being coerced into an abortion. “Behind abortion is a big business run by men who make women believe that they’re fighting for their rights, when what they’re doing is harming their …

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