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Feminist on The View: I would vote for a rapist if he’s pro-choice

The following dialog took place on The View: JOY BEHAR: Hillary is in a quandary in my opinion, because she’s talking about violence against women and sexual harassment and all that stuff and her husband has a checkered past to … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice activist: it’s wonderful to share abortion experience with friends

From pro-choice activist Maria Romero: “Sometimes I’m kind of lazy about using my cervical cap … I think it’s wonderful to share the [abortion] experience with my friends. Janice Perrone. “Controversial Abortion Approach.” American Medical News, January 12, 1990 Share … Continue reading

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Pro-abortion writer: abortion takes a human life

Pro-abortion writer John A Robertson writes: “… Abortion destroys an embryo or fetus, and thus displays a willingness to take human life.” John A Robertson Children of Choice: Freedom and the New Reproductive Technologies (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1994) 48 … Continue reading

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Pro-choice activist compares preborn baby to rapist

From pro-choice activist Eileen L McDonagh: “… A fetus making a woman pregnant without consent is similar to a rapist intruding upon and taking another’s body in pursuit of his own interest, to the detriment of the woman’s interests… Were the … Continue reading

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Pro-Choicer claims women have abortions because they “love children”

Garrett Hardin, pro-choice activist “Most women who would have abortions want them, and for the best of all possible reasons: because they love children.” Garrett Hardin Stalking the Wild Taboo (Los Altos, California: William Kaufman Inc., 1973) 29 Below: preborn … Continue reading

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Pro-Abortion doctor: life begins at conception

Dr. Christopher Tietz, who is senior consultant for the Population Council of New York and a pro-abortion researcher: “Biological life of the individual begins at the union of ovum and sperm… At what point does this life deserve the respect … Continue reading

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Amanda Marcotte calls her preborn baby “brainless” and “lentil-sized”

From pro-abortion activist AMANDA MARCOTTE on her abortion: “Given the choice between living my life how I please and having my body within my control and the fate of a lentil-sized, brainless embryo that has half a chance of dying on … Continue reading

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President of Catholics for Free Choice on preborn baby

President of Catholics for Free Choice, Frances Kissling: “The Catholic religion makes the fetus into an icon, a figure of religious veneration, which I think is sick, really sick.” Ron Brackin. “‘Sister’ Frances Kissling: Cardinal of Death.” Liberty Report, January … Continue reading

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Pro-Choicer: women “find justifications” to abort down syndrome babies

Mary Ann Bailey, pro-choice, commenting on aborting babies with down syndrome: “Most people are not analytical thinkers; they tend to know what they want to do and then look for justifications.” Mary Ann Bailey “Why I Had Amniocentesis” in E … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice activist compares preborn baby to severed hand

Pro-Choice activist Virginia Ramey Mollenkott writes: “Anti-abortionists claim that fetal personhood is a biological fact rather than a theological perspective. However, the fetus is human only in the sense that any part of a human body is human: Every cell carries … Continue reading

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