Every year hundreds of thousands of people gather in Washington D.C. on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade to march for the unborn.
‘If you have that opportunity, don’t kill your baby. Have your baby, it will mean everything to you.’
When Roe v. Wade is finally overturned, the matter will be left to the states. Some states will ban the practice, and more will follow suit.
Given the Women’s Care Center’s history with South Bend, one would be less likely to think its efforts to serve pregnant women and their babies would be thwarted by its own mayor.
The stories of birth mothers who choose to place their children for adoption have largely gone untold. Filling that void is an unfair stereotype.
Recently, Planned Parenthood tweeted, ‘We Need a Disney Princess Who Had an Abortion.’ No, we do not.
A powerful amicus brief seeks to bring humanity to a complex legal question about free speech overlaid with the also-controversial issue of abortion.
This abstract on the average woman who obtained an abortion looks like it was written about my mom: ‘less than 25 years of age, white, and unmarried and had not had any live-born children.’
I felt discomfort as a new paradigm began overriding my strongly held moral belief in the supremacy of choice.
It wasn’t like this last time. I learned I was pregnant with my son at 19 after taking the test in the basement bathroom of a college dorm, knowing my life would be upended.
Abortion supporters are coordinating online and in-person attacks against pregnancy centers and medical clinics that are rescuing a child from abortion every two minutes in the U.S. alone.
With 54 percent of women who resort to abortion identifying themselves as Christians, Lauren found herself fighting a common battle between the redemptive promises of love and abortion.
Last week’s incidents across the country, dubbed Red Rose Rescues, were inspired by the work of Mary Wagner, a Canadian pro-life activist.
Seeking to ‘expose’ pregnancy centers that offer women the help they need during an unexpected pregnancy, all Lady Parts Justice League exposed was its own ignorance of the facts.
Janai was only a few classes shy of earning her bachelor’s degree when she was date-raped. She kept her baby.
‘Many warned me that keeping him would ruin my life. Instead he redeemed it.’
There was nothing easy or convenient about a new pregnancy for April—but she refused to turn to abortion for answers. And Blessing Jubilee was born.
It seems logical for a person grieving a miscarriage to turn in hate towards those who choose to abort their unborn children. While this danger exists, reality is much more interesting.
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