The American Pregnancy Association, an organization that presents itself as an unbiased medical resource for women seeking to sustain their pregnancies, in fact acts as a funnel for crisis pregnancy centers.
This week on Get Real!, Heather Corinna’s sexuality advice column for teens, Heather answers questions about crisis pregnancy centers.
Popular “Choose Life” license plates raise millions for crisis pregnancy centers and other anti-choice organizations. And in Florida, the funds can only be given to women who are willing to give their children up for adoption.
It’s April Fool’s Day and the National Abortion Federation is urging activists to take action to “stop deceptive advertising practices” by Crisis Pregnancy Centers. Read on to see what you can do to help!
Crisis Pregnancy Centers target college campuses. At UNC-Chapel Hill, young women are spreading the truth and organizing against deception by providing real resources and information for their fellow students seeking reproductive health services.
When college women can access safe and medically sound reproductive health services and are knowledgeable about sexual health, crisis pregnancy centers will on longer be able to deceive and manipulate women.
The services that Georgetown offers pregnant students are geared entirely toward women who intend to stay pregnant, as if no other option even exists. The unofficial pro-choice campus organization provides comprehensive information for all choices.
I knew I needed abortion care, but I ended up at a crisis pregnancy center that force-fed me medically inaccurate claims and anti-choice propaganda. Now I’m speaking out so that other women won’t be misled by these fake clinics.
This April Fool’s Day, Choice USA, the National Abortion Federation, and the office of Senator Robert Menendez are letting it be known that crisis pregnancy centers can no longer fool and deceive pregnant women in need.