Friday, November 28, 2014

1 in 3 women have abortions? a myth

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New phone scam targets pro-lifers

The latest in a pro-choice effort to normalize and de-stigmatize abortion among women is the 1 in 3 Campaign. It’s set up the same way as Not Alone; women share stories of why they’re happy they had abortions. The 1 in 3 Campaign‘s entire premise is that abortion is normal and good because 1 in 3 women will have an abortion in their lifetime.
But, here’s the thing: that’s not true.

Which pro-choice phrase should be banned in 2015?

Annually, TIME hosts a “word banishment poll” in which the magazine asks its readers to vote on a word that should be trashed.
So, as we near the end of 2015, write in the comments below to let us know which pro-choice phrase you think is most ridiculous or better yet, a blatant lie. For my part, it’s going to be hard to choose, pun intended. Read more...
What this pro-abortion group discovered and how it can help pro-life movement Sea Change, a pro-abortion program with a focus on reducing the stigma surrounding abortion has released the results of a recent survey on the public sharing of abortion stories.
The aim of the study and report, called Saying Abortion Aloud, was to find out how post-abortive women feel about sharing their abortion stories publicly, and what pro-abortion organizations can do to help these women share their stories in order to make society even more supportive of abortion. Read more...
Abortionist Curtis Boyd says of abortion climate: "My God what has happened?"
Abortionist Curtis Boyd, who has been committing abortions since before they were legalized in 1973, was featured Friday by UK-based publication The Guardian in a piece on American abortionists.
The tone of the piece is one of shock and dismay that America has grown more pro-life, rather than more accepting of the tenets of Roe v. Wade, since 1973. To drive this point home, the piece includes this startling infographic from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute displaying the radical pro-life shift in opinion as evidenced by legislative restrictions on abortion. Read more...
A lucrative Planned Parenthood affiliate in New York pulls out all the stops to bring viewers the most awkward and misleading video experience possible. The video was released in 2011, but until Saysumthn’s Blog brought it to the fore this week, the video languished in obscurity with very few views… and we can see why. This isn’t the first of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic's super creepy and awkward videos, either. This video, for example, shows young girls how the very existence of condoms will make their desire not to have sex magically disappear. Here’s the 2011 video. Read more...

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