Category Archives: Rhetoric Vs. Reality

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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Pro-choicer: Killing a fly is worse than having abortion

One pro-abortion person wrote: “As far as abortion is concerned, I can speak for myself in that the killing of a pre-sentient fetus does not equate to murder, any more so than the killing of a fly amounts to murder … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice author on abortions motivated by “care and protective concern”

Pro-Abortion author Leslie Cannold interviewed pro-choice women, and reported that they believed: “An abortion decision that did not reflect a woman’s “feelings” and “love” for her could-be child and other significant people in her life, and that was not motivated by … Continue reading

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Pro-Choicer: both abortion and abstinence are the same because they both “prevent” a baby

This pro-abortion/pro-choice activist believes that if abortion is wrong, abstaining from sex is also wrong, because either way, a baby will not be born. “If two healthy, fertile people, very much in love but ignorant of the ways of contraception, … Continue reading

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Abortion clinic owner: Abortion is an act of love and sacrifice

Merle Hoffman, who owned an abortion facility, writes:  “Abortion is a mother’s act. It is an act of sacrifice, love, power and necessity… It does stop a beating heart, but it also keeps another one going: the heart and the … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice author: Abortion is a “positive moral good”

Pro-abortion author and Christian theologian Beverly Wildung Harrison writes: “Many people may deny what I hold to be true; that the act of abortion is sometimes, even frequently, a positive moral good for women; but those who empathize with the realities … Continue reading

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Woman kill their babies “because they care”

Pro-Choice activist Rene Denfeld wrote the following in her introduction to a book that had interviews with post-abortion women. Denfield argues that the women who told their stories in the book aborted out of love for their “fetuses”: “The women…were not … Continue reading

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Post-Abortion woman: I aborted for my child’s sake, it was humane

A woman named Charity explains why she had an abortion: “My decision to have an abortion was a decision I made to care for the child that was within me. To adopt a child would be more cruel to me … Continue reading

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Abortion clinic waiting room full of sunlight

Reporter Kate Pickert describes the abortion clinic Red River, which is the only abortion clinic in North Dakota: “…inside, on the second floor, the waiting room is filled with sunlight. Lush houseplants are perched everywhere, and signs and posters decorate the walls: YOU … Continue reading

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Older women saw abortion as “heroic” claims pro-choicer

Pro-choice activist Amy Richards, co-founder of the Third Wave Foundation: “Older women have always been more likely to talk about abortion because for them it was something heroic. Younger women, we don’t have to talk about it. That doesn’t mean we’re … Continue reading

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