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Seminarian: abortion was “the most loving thing I could do”

Seminarian Kelli Clement, one of the co-chairs of Seminarians for Choice, part of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, a pro-abortion group. “Choice is what makes us human, The choice to regulate our own family is a way to love. … Continue reading

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Abortion is a choice of love, honesty, compassion

From pro-abortion writer Valerie Tarico: “Whether or not we are religious, deciding whether to keep or terminate a pregnancy is a process steeped in spiritual values: responsibility, stewardship, love, honesty, compassion, freedom, balance, discernment. But how often do we hear words … Continue reading

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Abortion is “humanitarian medicine” says psychiatrist

American psychiatrist Zigmond M Lebensohn: “[Abortion is] the practice of humanitarian medicine at its very best.” Zigmond M Lebensohn “Abortion, Psychiatry, and the Quality of Life” American Journal of Psychiatry 128 (February 1972): 950 Below: Preborn baby at 9-10 weeks … Continue reading

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Pro-Choicer compares late term babies to insects

“Fetuses, especially those as old as five or six months, elicit our sympathy…because they look disconcertingly like people; their physical features are recognizably human. But this sympathy is misplaced…. While a fetus of five or six months may, perhaps, possess … Continue reading

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Abortion is “profound event” in women’s lives, says author

From pro-abortion author Miriam Claire: “There are many reasons for choosing to have an abortion. Perhaps underlying them all is a deeply maternal, instinctive feeling that the time is not right to give birth and that to do so would … Continue reading

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Abortion as an act of love

Merle Hoffman, former abortion clinic owner and founder:  In a very profound sense, the truth is that Abortion, the act of choosing whether or not to have a child, is [in] and of itself, a mother’s act. Abortion is so often an … Continue reading

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Abortion justified to save “wounded” child

Pro-Choice writer Ginette Paris: “The majority of women who abort do so because they know that the unwelcome child, born of constraint and misfortune, will be wounded in some unacceptable way. As Artemis may kill a wounded animal rather than allow … Continue reading

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Clinic worker: Abortion = love and a sacred right?

From an abortion clinic worker: Abortion is utmost motherhood—a woman transpiring her valued comfort zone to preserve the destiny of her offspring. Abortion is life and death. A code of honor. A sacred rite. Abortion is love. Everyday is Mother’s … Continue reading

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Abortion clinic: “We do sacred work”

“The staff in this office does sacred work and though you may hope to never come back, we return each day to hear your stories, hold your hands, and ease your fears. Our lives are consumed with caring for yours. … Continue reading

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Abortion as a moral, caring act

Pro-choice writer Joyce Arthur says the following in her essay “Know Your Enemy” (Pro-Choice Action Network) “It [Abortion] means valuing quality of life over quantity of life. Access to legal, safe abortion is a blessing, because it benefits women, families, … Continue reading

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