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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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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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