- Pro-choice reporter covering Gosnell trial changes mind on abortion
- Mother’s Day: Gender matters
- NYC pushes teen promiscuity with ‘safe sex’ smartphone app
- ’3 Babies Born Alive in Toilets Every Day’ at Gosnell Clinic
- “My support for abortion was based on love…and lies.”
Pro-choice reporter covering Gosnell trial changes mind on abortion
Posted: 09 May 2013 06:50 AM PDT
A pro-choice reporter who has been present in the courtroom listening to testimony in the Gosnell trial has changed his mind on abortion, according to one of his fellow reporters.
Mother’s Day: Gender matters
Posted: 09 May 2013 06:08 AM PDT
Frequently, both women and men are valued for their career accomplishments rather than their relationships as spouses and parents. The outsourcing of conception, pregnancy and child rearing also make it more difficult to understand the irreplaceable contributions of a mother or father
NYC pushes teen promiscuity with ‘safe sex’ smartphone app
Posted: 09 May 2013 02:28 AM PDT
The New York Daily News reports that the app, called Teens in NYC Protection+, can help direct teens to city-approved clinics that can provide a variety of health services, including STD screenings and birth control ‘counseling.’ The app also includes a host of educational resources that can help tweens sort through their ‘complicated’ feelings about sex.
|’3 Babies Born Alive in Toilets Every Day’ at Gosnell Clinic
Posted: 08 May 2013 11:52 PM PDT
The jury in the murder trial of abortion practitioner Kermit Gosnell today reviewed testimony from Lynda Williams, who has also been charged with murder for “snipping” babies’ necks. Yesterday, the jury asked the judge in the case to allow it to hear a reading of the testimony today.
“My support for abortion was based on love…and lies.”|
Posted: 08 May 2013 12:16 PM PDT
When I was younger, I was always particularly shocked when I heard about societies where it was common to abandon or kill unwanted newborns. In college I once read a particularly graphic description of a family in ancient Greece “discarding” a newborn baby girl. I was shocked to the point of breathlessness.