Category Archives: Pro-Choice Movement

Abortion workers told lies about pro-lifers

Jewels Green, former abortion clinic worker turned pro-lifer, wrote about the way other clinic workers talked about the people in the pro-life movement: I was told that pro-lifers cared nothing about women or families or children—only babies, and only unborn … Continue reading

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Since 2000, polls show young adults are less comfortable with abortion

One reporter says: I’ve …noticed that supporters of legal abortion are having a difficult time engaging the current generation of young adults. A recent Rasmussen poll confirms that impression, finding that voters under 40 were less likely than other age … Continue reading

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Black women are “uninvited guests” in pro-choice movement, says writer

From an African American writer on the pro-abortion movement: “Black women are treated as invited guests in the reproductive rights movement – outsiders to someone else’s event… It all just makes us want to leave and never come back.” Toni Bond … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice activist on why young people don’t join the movement

Serena Cruz, a pro-abortion activist in Boca Raton, FL, explains why she thinks most young people don’t join the pro-choice movement or fight for legal abortion: “People of my generation are very consumed with self-interest. [Many people in their 20s] don’t read … Continue reading

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Comment on African-Americans in the pro-choice movement

Toni M Bond, executive director for the National Network of Abortion Funds: “Black women have been and still are treated as “invited guests” in the reproductive rights movement.” Corinne J Naden Abortion (Tarrytown, New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 2008)  71 … Continue reading

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Pro-choice activist on why abortion laws were changed

Karen Stamm, pro-choice activist: “[W] e must be aware that the [abortion] laws have not been changed for [women’s] benefit, but so the government can have control over the population.” Karen Stamm “The Master’s Plan” Abortion Task Force Folder, March … Continue reading

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Pro-choicers uncomfortable when reporter watches abortion

Pro-choice author Sarah Kliff , who often writes in support of late-term abortions, witnessed an early suction abortion. She saw the blood and tissue run down the tube, but did not look at the aborted remains closely, or she would’ve seen … Continue reading

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Constitutional law expert comments on Roe V Wade

From author Anne Hendershott, on Roe V Wade: “The constitutional law expert Bernard Siegan, for instance, believes that some of the justices, rather than engaging in a careful reading of the Constitution to guide them, made a political decision based upon … Continue reading

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Chief Justice’s daughter Sally Blackmun speaks about Roe V Wade

Sally Blackmun, Supreme Court Associate Justice Harry Blackmun’s daughter, talks about why he found in favor of Roe V Wade: “Sally Blackmun, an abortion-rights activist and daughter of Justice Harry Blackmun, who authored the Roe V Wade opinion, recounts how personal … Continue reading

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Clinic workers make “obscene gestures” at prolifers

Abortion clinic owner Norma Goldberger describes how they handled prolife demonstrators at the facility. One day there was a new pro-lifer acting as leader of the protesters. The man never been to the clinic before. Normally, the protests were led by a … Continue reading

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