Monday, February 16, 2015

South Korean pastor’s ‘drop box’ saves hundreds of ‘perfect’ lives

South Korean pastor’s ‘drop box’ saves hundreds of unwanted, but ‘perfect’ lives

Most people associate the words “drop box,” with the online file-sharing tool that allows users to share data across computers and smartphones from anywhere, instantly. But for Jong-rak Lee, a pastor from Seoul, South Korea, the term has a very different meaning. For Lee, a drop box is a way to save hundreds of unwanted infants from being abandoned on the crowded streets of Seoul each year.

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How I faked an abortion and escaped sex trafficking

I was trapped in the sex trafficking industry from age 14-17. Trafficking in persons is not like any regulated industry. It is unmitigated anarchy. There are no rules.

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Womb-selfies: 5 amazing photos of preborn life

At my pregnancy center I’ve had the pleasure of watching moms react to seeing their preborn children for the first time. Although I can’t share those beautiful pics with you, I can share some amazing preborn pics that are floating around the web. Here are five of my favorite womb selfies.

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Girl with Down Syndrome defies statistics

Though we’ve moved away from institutionalizing people who have Down Syndrome or other forms of so-called disabilities, we don’t all have the opportunity to know someone who is disabled. Perhaps this is because the vast majority of people diagnosed prenatally are aborted.

Now you have a chance. Allow me to introduce you to Madison.

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Clinic worker: pro-choice activists don’t know the reality of abortion

Author Sue Hertz wrote a book about an abortion clinic and the protesters outside. Her book, entitled Caught in the Crossfire: A Year on Abortion’s Front Line was written in a narrative style, but based on extensive interviews with clinic workers and protesters.

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New York Fashion Week has its first model with Down syndrome, Jamie Brewer

As New York Fashion Week launches, designer Carrie Hammer has an exciting new model to introduce: Jamie Brewer. Brewer, known as an actress in American Horror Story, is “the first model with Down syndrome to walk the runway at Fashion Week.”

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New York City: Where pizza parlors are safer than “filthy” uninspected abortion clinics

In New York City, there is good reason to believe that your pizza is safer than your local abortion clinic as inspections have been few and far between. A bill in the state assembly, along with a new advertising campaign, aims to change that by asking for regular inspections of the city’s abortion facilities.

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