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Adoption and Abortion: Coercion

Does coercion exist in abortion and adoption?  Yes it does.  Some say adoption has changed.  I say it has not.  It has just gotten more sneaky and subtle. 

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Roundup: Senate Republicans “Lower Expectations” On Supreme Court Nominee Fight

Republicans “lower expectations” for Supreme Court nomination fight; economic insecurity, adoption, and abortion; experts react to the news that percentage of births to unwed mothers has risen sharply; Tennessee abortion amendment passes House.

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Abortion vs. Adoption: Ask An Adoptee

Why has no one asked an adoptee for their thoughts about the abortion vs. adoption argument? Both the fetus and the adoptee lose on this argument.

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The ‘Good Old Days’ Weren’t So Good for Reproductive Justice

This history provides just one example of the deeply personal, complex
factors that go into each woman’s reproductive decision making.

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The Financial Crisis and Adoption Rates

As more children are given up for adoption, will other parents be able to afford to adopt?

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Can Pro-Choice People Support the Pregnant Women Support Act?

Neutralizing income as a determining factor for what a woman does in her reproductive life is reproductive justice. Much of the Pregnant Women Support Act is a means to that end. But the bill would also prop up crisis pregnancy centers.

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The Pro-Voice Solution

Living with a pro-voice solution is the only option for a lasting peace to the abortion war.

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The Lie We Love

We all know the story of international adoption: Millions of infants and toddlers have been abandoned or orphaned. If they are lucky, adoring new moms and dads from faraway lands whisk them away for a chance at a better life. Unfortunately, this story is largely fiction.

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The Adoption Consensus?

When emotions get heated among those who disagree on abortion rights, it can be easy to settle the conversation by calling on adoption as a “compromise.” Is treating adoption as a solution to abortion the best way to craft sensible adoption policy?

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All That We Have Chosen

I was toxemic, poisoned by pregnancy. My only cure was to not be pregnant anymore. But my life had been shaped by reproductive choices long before this latest one.

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