By Paul Stark, Communications Director, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Abortion was legalized in the United States during what is often called the “second wave” women’s movement of the 1960s and ’70s. Many self-proclaimed feminists argued for the right to abortion, claiming that it empowered women—that it gave them “choice” and control over their bodies …Continue reading "Is authentic feminism consistent with support for legal abortion?"
By Nancy Flanders | September 15, 2021 , 04:26pm This week, the stranglehold of Big Tech on the pro-life message was demonstrated in more than one way. Google removed Live Action’s ads promoting abortion pill reversal in a clear act of discrimination, and New York Governor Kathy Hochul called for Facebook to censor “misinformation” about abortion, …Continue reading "New York’s new governor wants Facebook to ‘curb the spread’ of the pro-life message"
By Sergie Daez Editor’s note. This repost of an article that appeared a year ago is a reminder that no matter how awful a pro-abortion propaganda piece is, the major media will do cartwheels. Abortion is a humorous subject, according to Rachel Lee Goldenberg’s film, Unpregnant, and you can practically hear the guffaws from the Washington Post newsroom. …Continue reading "Unfunny: WashPost Loves ‘Unpregnant,’ the ‘Zany’ Abortion Comedy"
“It is grotesque to suggest that abortion is a prerequisite to equality” By Dave Andrusko Today, we continue to examine amicus briefs filed in the very important case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization which the Supreme Court will hear this fall. In this instance, the amicus is filed by “240 Women Scholars and Professionals, …Continue reading "Pro-life feminists demolish “women need abortion to thrive” argument in amicus filed with the Supreme Court"
By Caroline Wojdylo (edited by Sarah Di Paolo) Editor’s note. The deVeber Institute for Social Research is a Canadian think tank, open since 1982, that specializes in first-rate analyses of a number of topics, including abortion, euthanasia and assisted suicide. We wrote a review of the first edition of “Complications: Women’s Health after Abortion” here. This is reposted from …Continue reading "Women’s Happiness, Women’s Health: The Feminist Fight Against Abortion"
By Clay Waters Editor’s note. For today’s look back at news from a year ago, this example of frenzied anti-Trump media coverage could not be better timed. New York Times publishing-industry reporter Alexandra Alter interviewed novelist Margaret Atwood about The Testaments, her new novel, a sequel to her infamous The Handmaid’s Tale, which has been …Continue reading "New York Times Again Plays ‘Handmaid’ to Radical Feminist Fear-Mongering on Trump"
By Francis Phillips Fiorella Nash, a British writer and bioethicist who spent over ten years researching pro-life and pro-woman issues from a feminist perspective, has written a hard-hitting book which should be read by every woman who calls herself a feminist. Titled The Abolition of Woman: How Radical Feminism is Betraying Women (Ignatius Press), it …Continue reading "Authentic feminism should be pro-life"