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The Topic that Won’t Go Away: Men and Abortion

By Dave Andrusko Excluding only the most ideologically-driven pro-abortionist, it shouldn’t be at all surprising that abortion, an act which takes the life of one individual and forever alters the lives of many others, would be anything

If men do not want their child aborted, Planned Parenthood tells them “tough luck”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This Sunday is Father’s Day. Beginning last week, we’ve been posting some new and some older stories about men and abortion or, conversely, the beauty of being a dad. This first ran

Men, misogyny, and hypocrisy: When the abortion debate is about you

Responding to criticisms of pro-lifers’ gender, motivations, and consistency By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Discussions about important topics can become less about ideas and more about the people who express them. That’s

Why men should speak about abortion

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Editor’s note. This story appears in the June digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to read the entire 41-page issue and share

Should men have an opinion on abortion?

By Anna Nienhius Editor’s note. This appears on the Canadian pro-life site weneedalaw.ca. While I certainly don’t recommend reading online comment forums relating to abortion as a relaxing pre-bed ritual, there are some interesting, predictable patterns that

Men, Father’s Day, and Abortion

Editor’s note. This Sunday is Father’s Day. For many men who have been a party to an abortion, this will be a grim reminder of obligations shirked and lives lost. This editorial appeared in the June digital

Dads and abortion: Three ways they intersect

By Paul Stark Abortion isn’t only a women’s issue. Here are three ways that fatherhood and abortion intersect. (1) The importance of supportive fathers. According to the Guttmacher Institute, half of women having abortions say (as a