Crisis pregnancy centers are fake clinics that provide deceptive and erroneous information to both pregnant and non-pregnant women on pregnancy, abortion, and contraception. And they often brazenly violate the separation of church and state. So why has the Congress been funneling so much money to these centers? And will the powerful Congressman David Obey continue to do so despite the evidence?
If there was a large network of organizations that sought to support
women during unplanned pregnancies and offer unbiased,
fact-based options information, I’d be all for it. Unfortunately, such organizations don’t exist.
No woman should be deceived into visiting a CPC. So I am working on my campus to make sure women know where they can go to get comprehensive and un-biased reproductive health care and to warn them about fake clinics in our community.
Every minute a young woman dies from complications of pregnancy or childbirth, someone finally tells the Vatican nine year old rape victims deserve compassion, crisis pregnancy centers fight standards of care in Texas.
Two new Reality Check videos – debunking anti-choice myths about condoms and crisis pregnancy centers.
College heath centers routinely refer young women to these crisis pregnancy centers, which are often purposefully located near college campuses.
What is a faith-based crisis pregnancy center doing teaching abstinence-only in a public school? That’s what Susan Rodriguez wondered, when her daughter Sarah told her what she had learned in a five-day “health” course.
On access to safe, legal abortion, John McCain and Barack Obama could hardly be more different.
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.