Category Archives: pro-abortion

A gross distortion of the March for Life demands a rebuttal

By Dave Andrusko Let me see if I understand Julie Zauzmer’s piece in today’s Washington Post. The headline reads, “The abortion issue is more polarized than ever, leading some to view March for Life as a Republican

Pro-choice linguistic confusion

By Béatrice Fedor Editor’s note. This appeared at “400 words for women.”   Do pro-choicers who refuse to call an unborn baby a baby, always call a pregnant woman a gravida? Do they say: “she is a

How medical residents wrested their consciences into submission

By Dave Andrusko Sarah Terzo’s except from an academic study posted elsewhere today inspired me to revisit the personal stories from young residents that appeared in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, under the headline “Four Residents’

Pro-Choicer: when life begins depends on your feelings

By Sarah Terzo MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry said on her show: “When does life begin? I submit the answer depends an awful lot on the feeling of the parents. A powerful feeling – but not science.” Cassy

Welsh Midwife tells mother the purpose of blood test for Down Syndrome “is for terminations”

Discriminatory attitudes towards babies with Down syndrome are still rife in the medical profession. Campaigners say pregnant women were being “pushed towards terminations” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In news that shows how

True altruism mangled by abortion apologist

By Dave Andrusko I suppose there only so many pro-abortion iterations. You can, for example, just simple admit that annillihating an unborn child is an exercise in “autonomy” so fundamental to a woman’s very being it is

Minister is happy to support Planned Parenthood

By Sarah Terzo Valerie Miller Coleman, minister of Community Engagement, Plymouth United Church of Christ: “Our faith demands a compassionate response to the hardships our most vulnerable neighbors face…  We’ve had record giving every time we tell

Human Rights Committee Says Countries Must Provide Abortion

By Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues The Human Rights Committee formally adopted General Comment no. 36 on article 6 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights on the right to life and tells countries that

Doulas Meet the Culture of Death

Same vocabulary, different dictionary. By John Stonestreet & Leah Hickman A “doula” is a woman who assists women during childbirth. But, now that the whole idea of women’s “healthcare” has been redefined, so has “doula.” Recently, the

Post-abortion woman laments she destroyed her only chance of being a mother

By Sarah Terzo A woman who had an abortion wrote: “I was only 18 at the time and at that time I had no idea that would be my only opportunity to have a child. I did

Pro-abortion activist charged for violent assault against Toronto pro-life students

By Calvin Freiburger TORONTO, Ontario, October 29–A young pro-abortion activist caught on video physically attacking a group of pro-life protesters at Ryerson University in Toronto has been charged with assault and assault with a weapon. During an

What to do about that “internalized abortion stigma”

By Dave Andrusko A while back the Abortion Establishment, worried that the tiresome “war on women” had long reached its expiration date and fresh out of new ideas, shifted gears. They attempted—and continue to do so today—to