Authentic feminism should be pro-life

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 …

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Ironic: MSNBC Panel Laughs at Kellyanne for Calling Feminism ‘Pro-Abortion’

By Katie Yoder It’s OK when the feminist media say it, but not when Kellyanne Conway says it: today’s feminism stands for abortion. On Friday, MSNBC correspondent Ari Melber, filling in for Lawrence O’Donnell on The Last Word, invited panelists to discuss (or, rather, attack) Conway for her recent comments on feminism. All three – …

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Upending the abortion status quo by demanding more for ourselves, for our families, and for our children

By Dave Andrusko Yikes. The New York Times today ran another pro-life op-ed, written this time by veteran pro-life scribe Lauren Enriquez. The headline (which of course could easily be the Times’, not Lauren’s) is “How the New Feminist Resistance Leaves Out American Women.” To be clear, for every one pro-life post in the NYTimes …

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Retooling “pro-choice” language won’t save pro-abortion feminism

By Dave Andrusko Except for discussing the almost incoherent rantings of pro-abortion New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the two NRL News Today topics that have drawn the most responses over the past three weeks are (1) the March for Life [no surprise there] and (2) the debate within pro-abortion circles over Planned Parenthood’s much publicized …

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Joyce Arthur is an embarrassment to feminism

By Stephanie Gray A woman who has betrayed the feminist movement—who supports treating one’s pre-born offspring as objects the way men once treated women—has ironically pointed the finger at another woman, blaming her for something she herself is guilty of.  Today, in an Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada (ARCC) press release, abortion supporter Joyce Arthur …

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How feminism is inconsistent with legal abortion

By Paul Stark 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 and their reproduction. But does feminism really …

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HOW AUTHENTIC FEMINISM IS INCONSISTENT WITH LEGAL ABORTION

By Paul Stark 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 and their reproduction. But does feminism really …

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How authentic feminism is inconsistent with legal abortion

By Paul Stark 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 and their reproduction. But does feminism really …

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