Feminists don’t like discussing abortion grief, postabortion woman finds

By Sarah Terzo A pro-choice author, who wrote a book on women’s experiences after an abortion, described how one woman felt grief after she aborted her baby [1]. The young woman felt that pro-choice friends did not want to hear about her struggles after the abortion. … Karen cannot make sense of her grief. She …

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A special Valentine’s Day prayer for women whose hearts are broken over abortion

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I will never forget the time when I was a radio reporter and I decided to do a feature on Valentine’s Day. I arranged to visit a second grade class at a local elementary school to record their impressions of the holiday. As I took out my …

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Postabortion woman: “I’ve always loved babies” but “I let my fear get the best of me”

By Sarah Terzo One postabortion woman says: “I’ve always loved babies, and I love my boyfriend—although we’ve only been together for less than a year. But I let my fear get the best of me…I had my abortion at 11 weeks, 2 days, on the 7th of February, 2017. I waited over a month after …

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“Walk with Me”: Reflections on a Post-Abortion Journey

By Dave Andrusko The blog is titled, “Postabortion journey, walk with me: A story of hope and healing after abortion.” Although the author stopped posting sometime ago, her poignant, heart-wrenching observations are very much worth reading. I would like to make just two observations, besides encouraging you to read the longings and candor of a …

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Approaching post-abortive women with the tenderness of Pope John Paul II.

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation In her memoir, This Will Only Hurt a Little, actress Busy Philipps reveals that she had an abortion when she was a teenager. At the time of what would have been her baby’s due date, she went on a tour of Europe. She speaks of her …

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Listen to post-aborted women and they will tell you the agonizing truth about their decision to end unborn life

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation “Listen to women.” It is a common refrain among pro-abortion advocates, signaling that resistance to abortion at any time, for any reason is evidence of patriarchy gone wild. But the fact of the matter is that apologists for the abortion industry, along with pro-abortion politicians, regularly …

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Post abortive counseling – but still pro-abortion

By Texas Right to Life For Amanda Star Kingsley, the grief and pain she experienced following abortion did not open her eyes to the violence and destructive nature of abortion for both mother and baby. Instead, her decision to end her preborn child’s life has prompted her to become a life coach for post-abortive mothers. …

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Study finds 48% of postabortion women were coerced

By Sarah Terzo Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. Jessica Stanton writes about a study on how …

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Women Seeking Post-Abortion Counselling Soars by 82% across Ireland’s South West

The number of women seeking post-abortion counselling in Cork’s largest sexual health clinic has soared by 82% compared to the previous year, annual reports have confirmed. By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In 2017, the sexual health clinic provided 77 sessions of post-abortion counselling to those struggling after an abortion experience. The …

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Women’s March Targets Pregnancy Help Organizations in West Virginia

By Andrea Trudden A summer libel campaign against pregnancy help organizations was launched by The Women’s March of West Virginia, Women’s March WV Eastern Panhandle, Women’s March WV West, and Women’s March WV South. At this time, it appears that only West Virginia is being targeted. Under the guise of “Review Fake Clinics,” these activists …

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Some important background to actress Busy Phillips’ exchange with pro-life Rep. Louie Gohmert

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. Jennifer Popik, JD, legislative director, wrote a very telling piece summarizing a recent House hearing in which pro-abortion Democrats made an impassioned case for abortion up until birth. However, there was a very telling exchange between pro-abortion actress Busy Phillips and pro-life Rep. Louie …

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How far will pro-abortion militants go?

By Carol Tobias, President Over the years, I would occasionally insert something like this into my speeches: “As we come closer to that day of overturning Roe v Wade and protecting unborn children, the battle is going to be fierce. If you think pro-abortion extremists are rude and militant now, you ain’t seen nothing yet.” …

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