Category Archives: Rhetoric Vs. Reality

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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Pro-choice activist: abortion can be a morally correct decision

Francis Kissling, head of Catholics for Choice, says the following: “I’ve thought about the morality of this ad nauseam for 35 years and come to the conclusion that making the choice [to have an abortion] can be a profoundly morally … Continue reading

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Communist compares banning abortion to rape

From one pro-choice article: “Banning abortion is like rape – the violent assertion of male domination and male supremacist society over women, forceful and violent control of women’s bodies, in the most personal dimensions. Banning abortion means suppression of women … Continue reading

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Medical textbook calls pregnancy a “venereal disease”

William Brennan reveals that the medical textbook Williams Obstetrics says: “For some women pregnancy is a venereal disease.” Jack A Pritchard and Paul C McDonald Williams Obstetrics 15th ed. (New York: Appleton–Century–Crofts, 1976) 842   Share on Facebook

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Planned Parenthood calls pregnancy “a disease”

Planned Parenthood of New York City board member Dr. James Irwin: “We consider pregnancy a disease.” Alice Lake “For Teenagers Only: Confidential Birth Control Clinics Good Housekeeping June 1976, p 153 Quoted in: William Brennan The Abortion Holocaust: Today’s Final … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice activist calls unplanned pregnancy “an infection”

Pro-Life author William Brennan cited the following quote from a pro-abortion activist: Natalie Shainess, abortion advocate, called unplanned pregnancy an “unseen infection deep in the body.” Natalie Sainess “Abortion is No Man’s Business” Psychology Today May 1970, p 20 Quoted … Continue reading

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Psychiatrist compares abortion to amputation of a gangrenous limb

Pro-life author William Brennan cited the following quote: Psychiatrist Jerome M Kummer compared abortion to “an appendectomy for acute appendicitis or amputation to remove a gangrenous or cancerous limb.” Robert E. Hall, ed Abortion in a Changing World (New York … Continue reading

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Abortionist calls abortion “humane”

Abortionist Dr. Michael S Burnhill referred to abortion as: “A consistently high quality, humane service.” Michael S Burnhill “Humane Abortion Services: A Revolution in Human Rights and the Delivery of a Medical Service” Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine 42 (September/October … Continue reading

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