A new anti-choice ad uses President Obama’s life story to vilify women and men struggling to make a decision about an unwanted pregnancy.
Thirty years ago, abortion was seen as a positive advancement — medically, socially, and religiously. Now few want to claim it as a good.
We consider that a miscarriage has no moral content because we attribute it to God. But if women are partners with God then do they not also have moral authority to interrupt the process of human gestation?
Why do I find the Spanish clinics’ broad interpretation of “serious mental health risks” ethically problematic when I have no problem with the hundreds of doctors throughout Latin America, Africa and Asia that are routinely breaking the law and providing safe first trimester abortions?