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 zygote”? Have they ever been to a fetus shower; or bought a gift from an embryo registry? Do …Continue reading "Pro-choice linguistic confusion"
By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation When I look back on the brief time when I was a young adult and thought I was “pro-choice,” I am struck by my blindness. During that period, I was blind to the fact that abortion took the life of an innocent, unrepeatable child. I was blind …Continue reading "Struck by “pro-choice” blindness"
By Paul Stark “I’m prepared to accept as a matter of faith … that at the moment of conception there’s human life and being, but I’m not prepared to say that to other God-fearing [and] non-God-fearing people that have a different view,” former vice president Joe Biden said in a 2015 interview. “Abortion is always …Continue reading "The “personally pro-life, publicly pro-choice” position is incoherent"
By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation When I began working as a radio reporter while still in college, I quickly learned how decisively important the choice of words was and is in conveying the meaning of a story. On the topic of abortion, for example, I thought that the best way to refer …Continue reading "“Pro-choice”: an illusion and a misnomer"
By John Stonestreet Is it me, or is pro-abortion rhetoric getting even crazier? Recently, NARAL Pro-Choice America president Ilyse Hogue was quoted in The Atlantic as saying that “[Pro-lifers are] not really anti-abortion. They are against [a] world where women can contribute equally and chart our own destiny…” Another article in The Atlantic last year …Continue reading "Pro-Choice rhetoric: “Can these folks hear themselves?”"
By Sarah Terzo Pro-abortion writer Judith Orr describes how feminists were angry that a pro-life group was using tax dollars to build a shelter for pregnant homeless women [in Great Britain]. They would rather homeless women be on the street than be helped by a pro-life organization. “… There was so much anger in March …Continue reading "Pro-choicers call homeless shelter for pregnant women “an outrage”"
Editor’s note. This is from Clinic Quotes citing Jodi Jacobson “Life Begins At Conception. That’s Not the Point,” which appeared at RH Reality Check November 4, 2012] and is reposted with permission. “Here is a startling revelation: I am a mother of two and a woman who earlier in her life had an abortion. I am …Continue reading "Pro-choice activist admits, “I know life begins at conception”"
By Sarah Stites The pro-choice movement is often illogical. Here are ten examples of the irony that abounds among its proponents. 1. Planned Parenthood Encourages Girls to ‘Slay’ After liberal director Joss Whedon (famous for Buffy The Vampire Slayer, among others) produced the short pro-Planned Parenthood film “Unlocked,” the abortion provider encouraged girls to “Watch. …Continue reading "Ten Deeply Ironic Comments from Pro-Choice Media Activists"
Mr. Farron seems to have caved in to pressure to repudiate his pro-life position. Editor’s note. This post comes from SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has said for the first time that he is “pro-choice” after the Guardian confronted him with an old interview where he described abortion …Continue reading "Leader of Liberal Democrats in Parliament Tim Farron declares himself pro-choice"
By Paul Stark “I’m prepared to accept as a matter of faith … that at the moment of conception there’s human life and being, but I’m not prepared to say that to other God¬-fearing [and] non-¬God¬-fearing people that have a different view,” former vice president Joe Biden said in a 2015 interview. “Abortion is always …Continue reading "Personally pro-life, publicly pro-choice?"
What were they thinking? An embarrassing article in The Atlantic reveals so much about the state of the pro-choice movement By Eric Metaxas Imagine being told that microscopes falsely “advance the idea” that bacteria and viruses cause disease. Or what if someone told you that telescopes falsely “advance the idea” that galaxies exist? You’d think …Continue reading "Pay no attention to the Baby on the Monitor"
By Dave Andrusko A while back Slate senior editor Rachael Larimore, no dyed-in-the-wool pro-lifer, wrote a column titled, “Pro-Choicers Hate the “What if I Hadn’t Been Born” Question. Here’s Why” which touched off a flurry of comments. And because she is not one of us, it made her trenchant observations all the more telling. Here is …Continue reading "‘What If I hadn’t been born?’ question infuriates pro-abortionists"