It’s hard to know where to begin here. With the weird and sick trend of abortion-happy posts on the social media platform saturated with young Gen Zers?
Those who advocate for and provide chemical abortion drugs downplay the excruciating process that awaits unsuspecting women. ‘I had no idea what was coming. No idea.’
When a pro-life legislator questioned how public universities are expected to handle the biomedical waste from chemical abortions, the author and her expert witness struggled to respond.
Every pro-life person should be concerned about the growing trend in easy-access abortion pills, delivered to your doorstep.
Public colleges would be required under a potential California law to offer easy-to-obtain abortion pills at student health clinics.
The state legislature is moving on an aggressive attempt to reconfigure student health centers from places of healing to abortion franchises.
Amy couldn’t remember all the details and didn’t even know if she could try abortion reversal, but she knew she had to find out.
California’s nursing board’s sudden reversal seems a direct effort to deny a woman access to her own choice during an unexpected pregnancy.
Nearly 20 percent of women undergoing a chemical abortion ignored the label instructions, their doctor’s directive, and their own commitment to return for a follow-up appointment.
Unsurprisingly, the Guttmacher Institute consistently releases data they say shows that their abortion industry allies and funders have done no harm.
That’s right, America: Abortion-rights advocates have gone from warning of back-alley abortions to promoting black-market ones!
Hundreds of children may owe their lives to a promising new medical protocol called abortion reversal, which may increase in demand due to the new ten-week abortion pill.
Mike Pence didn’t create the under-regulated abortion market that allows someone to order abortion drugs over the Internet and take them late in pregnancy. The Supreme Court did.
If the Supreme Court were ever going to defend the Free Exercise Clause, this was the case to do it.
The FDA will now allow women a longer window to chemically starve unborn babies, with less medical oversight.
Women deserve to have accurate information so they can make good healthcare decisions, but the abortion industry prefers to keep women in the dark.
Texas inaugurated nationwide abortion-on-demand with Roe v. Wade. This time, a Texas court case has a chance to curtail it.
Virginia authorities overlook abortionists who don’t wash their hands between examining women, use bloody instruments, and refuse to report potential sex trafficking.
An article on how the abortion pill has not revolutionized abortion falls short.
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