Choice, freedom, and morality in the feminist language wars: If “choice” is problematic, then perhaps a better place to start is “freedom.”
While few pro-choice religious leaders get noticed, across the country clergy provide support to their parishioners struggling with medical issues – including reproductive health care.
Those who provide access to abortions have ethical, spiritual, and religious wisdom that this world needs, and this community needs to claim and celebrate its power, goodness, morality, and justice.
When Obama cedes “morality” to those who oppose abortion rights, is he neglecting an opportunity to change the frame of reference, or is it smart politics to throw his opponents a linguistic bone?
Journalist Kevin Roose goes undercover as a student at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University, and his findings are humorous and upsetting.
Opinions about the expression of ethical obligations as part of choice discourse are highly varied in the movement. Can we not rationally discuss these opposing views, fleshing out the pros and cons?
The law allowed healthcare professionals to refuse procedures on "moral grounds."
Pro-choicers are voting on values of our own — values of liberty, health, and scientific knowledge.