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At what week of pregnancy should abortions be banned?
You want to train your teen to have thoughtful conversations on difficult cultural topics. One marked by compassion and kindness.
Abortion history is filled with racism, bigotry, sexism, and genocide. The most prominent name in the modern-day abortion industry, Planned Parenthood, has been at the forefront of hateful discrimination since its founding.
Is abortion a simple women’s issue? Not quite. An estimated 63 million lives lost to U.S. Abortions since Roe v. Wade. Considering the scope of abortion’s impact on both men and women, it’s safe to assume that abortion is more prominently a civil rights issue.
From taking the abortion pill to clinical abortions, from abortion worker to abortion survivor — these are real abortion stories.
The history of abortion in the United States is steeped in dark issues like racism and ableism. It’s no surprise that when the abortion issue was first on the rise in U.S. history, some of our most iconic historical figures were against it.
No abortionist goes in thinking, “I hope I save this baby,” because that’s not the goal of an abortion.
Tragically, abortion and infanticide were common practices in Bible times. The reasons for each were surprisingly diverse.
The rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA or ObamaCare) is making news as citizens discover the cancellation of their health insurance policies and the sometimes unaffordable cost of replacing them. Along with these headlines, there’s another topic that deserves attention: The expansion of abortion through ObamaCare. When the federal health-care law was debated before …