There is absolutely nothing wrong, or necessarily tragic, unfortunate, or sad about a woman choosing to get an abortion. Nothing. And here’s why.
NY Times Magazine features yet another article questioning the morality of women who make their own decisions about their child-bearing.
If you had any doubt that we are moving toward a hate-filled, vigilante society, the answer is now clear. Just two days after a female member of the Minuteman militia was convicted of murdering two innocent people–including a 9-year-old girl–and attempting to murder another, South Dakota legislators have introduced legislation making it legal to murder physicians who provide abortions.
Given my struggle to get pregnant, I suppose it was only expected that I found it so hard to become unpregnant, too. Several months after my D and C, I am still “pregnant.”
Claims of PersonhoodUSA and others that Roe was decided without the benefit of medical and scientific knowledge on fetal development are simply not true.
A reader doesn’t make it far into the Icare advertising supplement released by the Human Life Alliance before getting hit with some major whoppers. In fact, you can’t even make it past the table of contents.
FDA wants information about fetal affects on drug labels, What are the ethics of sex selection?, UN releases report on HIV/AIDS efforts.