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About Sarah

Sarah Terzo is a freelance writer and journalist who works for Live Action. She is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life.

Doctors pressure family to abort baby because of dwarfism, baby is born health

Frank Pedreira, MD, recalls the following: “Denise, a 32-year-old woman with three children (Laura, Steven, and Stephanie) ranging in age from 2 – 7 years became pregnant for the fourth time. Her previous pregnancies were completely uneventful, and her three … Continue reading

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Woman sees her mutilated baby during abortion

Sabrina writes: “As a sixteen – year – old girl, while I lay there on the abortionist table, I looked over and saw my baby mutilated in the glass container that was connected to the abortion machine, and this image … Continue reading

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Post-abortion woman: I prayed someone would be there to stop me

Pro-life activist Richard Exley told this story: “Some time ago I was speaking to a right to life rally. When I had finished, a young woman came to the front of the auditorium and asked to speak to the audience. Noting … Continue reading

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Woman says abortion workers called her baby “blob of tissue”

Nona Ellington was told her baby was: “Only a blob of tissue. I was not prepared for how painful the abortion would be since it was only partial anesthesia. As a minor with my mother there, we were not informed … Continue reading

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Pro-choicers harass 40 Days for Life participants

Shortly after the local news in Santa Cruz covered the city’s 40 Days for Life campaign, pro-choicers came out in force to harass the demonstrators: “For the next week, several [pro-choice] protesters showed up in the afternoons wearing ghoul costumes … Continue reading

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No one boasts of being an abortionist

From an article in The Independent about a shortage of abortion providers in England: “Distaste at performing terminations combined with ethical and religious convictions has led to a big increase in “conscientious objectors” who request exemption from the task, the Royal … Continue reading

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Native American abortion worker talks about killing baby

Samara Azam—Yu, director of Access Women’s Health Justice in Oakland, California, an organization that raises funds for women who can’t afford to have abortions: “There’s a Native American nurse at an abortion clinic in San Francisco who put it this … Continue reading

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Irish journalist: mocking pro-lifers is a “bloodsport” among journalists

Jason Walsh, Irish reporter, says: “Mocking antiabortion campaigners is a bloodsport among journalists…” James Walsh Ireland’s Modern Proposal (Not Safe for Work Corporation, 2013) Kindle edition Share on Facebook

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Abortionist Brags: “we never lost a life” in his clinic

Rabbi Daniel Levy tells the following anecdote: “A gynecologist told me that he was once called to assist at a center for the termination of pregnancies in the North of England. The woman had just had a termination and was bleeding … Continue reading

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Pro-choicer: put aside money in case you need an abortion

Pro-abortion activist Katha Pollitt says: “Build a reserve fund in case you need to end a pregnancy. Even if you can only put aside five dollars a week, in two years you’d have enough for a first trimester abortion, even … Continue reading

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