Teenager chooses life after seeing the ultrasound

Shawn Carney of 40 Days for Life told the following story:

“Volunteers outside Planned Parenthood in Roanoke pleaded with a teenager who was going in for an abortion. “Please don’t go in there,” they told her. The only “option” they offer would end the life of her child.

She laughed. “I know,” the young woman said. “That’s what I’m going to do.”

“It brought tears to my eyes,” said Shirley, the local 40 Days for Life coordinator in Roanoke. “I sat down and cried for her seeming callousness.”

But less than an hour later, tears turned to joy. The teen walked out of Planned Parenthood and spoke to the people praying outside.

“I can’t do it,” she said. “I saw the ultrasound.”

She explained she was 6 weeks pregnant, her boyfriend didn’t want the baby – and she’s afraid of what her parents will say. The volunteers prayed with her – and helped set up an appointment for her at the pregnancy care center in her hometown.”

SHAWN CARNEY “Woman Pregnant With Twins Almost Had Abortion Until She Saw the UltrasoundLifeNews OCT 2, 2014


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Document reveals how pro-abortion movement came up with term “pro-choice”

In a memorandum from the early pro-abortion advocacy group the Association for the Study of Abortion, the term “pro-choice” was proposed and reasons were given for why the pro-abortion movement should adopt it as a slogan. The organization was trying to come up with a slogan to match “right to life” which pro-lifers had adopted. The memorandum says:

“The alternatives seem to be Freedom of Conscience and Right to Choose. I hope someone can think of a clearly better one but, in the meantime, let me say why I think the latter preferable. There are two reasons – the first superficial, the second, less so.

a. Right to Life is short, catchy, and is composed of monosyllabic words (an important consideration in English). We need something comparable – Right to Choose would seem to do the job.

b. More important, though, is the fact that conscience is an internal matter while choice has to do with action – and it is action we are concerned with.”

Memorandum of the Association for the Study of Abortion, Jimmye Kimmey “Right to Choose Memorandum,” December 1972

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Pro-choicer admits there are two lives involved in abortion

Pro-choice author Craig C Malborn writes:

“… Abortion is a decision that always involves two lives. When clearly articulated, the need to consider two lives creates the core dilemma in abortion, i.e., placing in competition two lives linked by motherhood. No world religion or tradition can escape confronting the two life dilemma unavoidable in abortion…

We must accept that the issue of abortion by necessity involves two lives, embryonic and maternal. These two lives coexist at vastly different developmental stages. Can these two lives be “valued” as equal?”

Craig C Malborn Abortion in 21st-Century America: A Matter of Life/Lives and/or Death (North Charleston, South Carolina: Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, 2012) 49, 54

His answer is no – the two lives are not equal. But he acknowledges that there are two lives involved, and that abortion destroys a life.

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Adrienne Rich on abortion and violence

Well-known feminist Adrienne Rich writes:

“Abortion is violence: a deep, desperate violence inflicted by a woman upon, first of all, herself.”

Adrienne Rich Of Woman Born: Motherhood as Experience and Institution (New York: WW Norton & Company, 1976) 269


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Abortionist doesn’t believe all humans are equal

Pro-lifer PJ Keeley was participating in 40 Days for Life in front of an abortion facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Two days in a row, the abortionist drove up in his car and told him to get off the front walk and stop blocking it. PJ maintains that he was not blocking it. Each time, he complied, saying only “Yes, we want to follow the law.” On the third day, he added:

“Especially the law that states all mankind are created equal.”

The abortionist replied:

“Supposedly created equal. Supposedly!”.

The author comments:

“Can a person who does not believe in the founding principle of the United States – that all mankind are created equal – be fair-minded when approached by a person in a crisis pregnancy situation?

Should a person who does not believe in the founding principle of the United States have any say in a matter in which he or she is paid if a life is taken?”

PJ Keeley The ArtPeace Project (Bloomington, Indiana: WestBow Press, 2017) 8–9

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Study finds that 60% of women going into abortion clinics aren’t upset by pro-life protesters

A study interviewed women who went into abortion facilities while pro-lifers were sidewalk counseling or protesting outside.

60% of women going into clinics for abortions weren’t upset by pro-life sidewalk counselors and protesters, the study found. The study was done in 2011 by pro-choice researchers.

This disproves the common pro-abortion claim that pro-lifers outside of abortion facilities traumatize women with their offers of help.

The study is:

D Foster et al. “Effects of Clinic Protesters on Women’s Emotional Response to Abortion” Contraception 84 (September 2011): 303

It was cited in Jeannie Ludlow “Love and Goodness: Toward a New Abortion Politics” Feminist Studies Vol. 38, No. 2 (Summer 2012), pp. 474-483

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Post-Abortive woman felt like she “didn’t deserve” another baby

Emily Turner, who wrote a book about her abortion, which she regretted, wrote about how she felt when she became pregnant after her abortion and then miscarried:

“… I battled hard against the pretense that I didn’t deserve this baby. I had told myself that because I forfeited my chance at motherhood on that day in June, I didn’t deserve another. Within the week I started bleeding and at our doctor’s appointment a few days later, it was made clear that I was no longer pregnant.

See this, this is what I deserve. I wanted to be sad and I was sad, but expressing my sorrow felt shameful. After all, I didn’t deserve this baby anyway, right? I didn’t deserve the gift of motherhood or a chance for redemption.”

Emily Turner The “A” Words: My Gut Wrenching and Mildly Hilarious Story from Abuse and Abortion Into Understanding Freedom (undated)

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Pro-choice author: abortion is shrouded in “stigma and shame”

British pro-choice reporter Daisy Buchanan wrote:

“…we as a society, struggle to talk about abortion. All over the world, over pints, cocktails or cups of tea, we share stories about sex, family, relationships and careers – but terminating a pregnancy is never an easy subject to broach…We rarely have frank conversations about abortion. The subject is shrouded in stigma and shame…

If I thought of it as an entirely medical matter, I wouldn’t be scared to mention it to my friends and I’m sure they’d feel more comfortable asking me for any support they needed. We can’t afford to stigmatise it when it could affect us all.”

Daisy Buchanan “Abortion legal time limit: Why we feminists owe it to ourselves to not ignore this uncomfortable issueThe Telegraph 03 September 2014

Perhaps abortion is stigmatized so much because people realize it’s the killing of a child?

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Margaret Sanger: Black Australians are “a step higher than a chimpanzee”

From Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood:

“In all fish and reptiles where there is no great brain development, there is also no conscious sexual control. The lower down in the scale of human development we go the less sexual control we find.

It is said that the aboriginal Australian, the lowest known species of the human family, just a step higher than a chimpanzee in brain development, has so little sexual control that police authority alone prevents him from obtaining sexual satisfaction on the streets.”

Margaret Sanger “Sexual Impulses: Part II” New York Call December 29, 1912

Black Native Australians, in Sanger’s view, were a lower order of human than white people like herself.

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List of abortion facilities that had drug violations

According to a report issued by Americans United for Life, the following abortion facilities have violations in the way they stored or gave controlled substances or other drugs.

The violations included:

  • Staff failing to record the amount of medications given to patients, including controlled substances and narcotics;
  • Unsupervised, untrained staff handling medication for patient use;
  • Keeping the medication storage room and crash cart unlocked;
  • Failure to ensure proper security policy for crash cart, medications, needles, narcotics, and controlled substances;
  • Failing to document the correct number of controlled substances and narcotics at the facility;
  • Providing patients with controlled substances or narcotics in amounts that exceeded the recommended dosages.

Here are the states and facilities implicated in this:


Alabama Women’s Center for Reproductive Alternatives

Beacon Women’s Center, Montgomery

New Woman All Women Health Care

Reproductive Health Services, Montgomery


Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest


Camelback Family Planning, Phoenix

Planned Parenthood, Flagstaff

Planned Parenthood, Glendale


Little Rock Family Planning Services, P.A.


Planned Parenthood Antioch


Hartford GYN Center

Planned Parenthood, New Haven

Planned Parenthood of Connecticut, Inc., Danielson

Summit Women’s Center


Washington Surgery Center


All Women’s Health Center of Gainesville

All Women’s Health Center of North Tampa

All Women’s Health Center of Orlando

Orlando Women’s Center

Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando, South Tampa

Women’s OB-GYN Center of Countryside, Inc.


Cliff Valley Clinic

Savannah Medical Clinic

Summit Medical Associates


Access Health Care Center

Advantage Health Care

Forest View Medical Center

Hope Clinic for Women

Whole Woman’s Health of Peoria

Women’s Aid Clinic (Now operating as Women’s Aid Center)


Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, Bloomington

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, Georgetown

Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, Lafayette

Women’s Med Group, Professional Corporation

Women’s Pavilion


EMW Women’s Surgical Center


Bossier City Medical Suite

Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge

Hope Medical Group for Women


Associates in OB/GYN Care, Baltimore

Germantown Reproductive Health Services

Gynemed Surgical Center

Hagerstown Reproductive Health

Hillcrest Clinic, Baltimore

Planned Parenthood of Baltimore

Potomac Family Planning

Prince George’s Reproductive Health Services

Silver Spring Family Planning (American Women’s Center)


Four Women


Heritage Clinic for Women, Grand Rapids

Northland Family Planning Center, East

Northland Family Planning Center, West

Planned Parenthood Mid and South Michigan, Kalamazoo

Scotsdale Women’s Center, Detroit

Summit Women’s Center, Detroit

Woman Care of Southfield

Women’s Center of Flint

Women’s Center of Saginaw

Women’s Center of Southfield

Women’s Medical Services, Muskegon


Jackson Women’s Health Organization


Comprehensive Planned Parenthood

Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood, St. Louis


Birth Control Care Center

Safe and Sound for Women


Cherry Hill Women’s Center

Metropolitan Surgical Associates

Pilgrim Medical Center


Curtis Boyd, M.D., P.C.


Unnamed (Redacted) (Redacted) New York Abortion Clinic


A Preferred Women’s Health Center, Charlotte

A Preferred Women’s Health Center, Raleigh

A Woman’s Choice of Greensboro

A Woman’s Choice of Raleigh

Planned Parenthood of Wilmington

Planned Parenthood of Winston-Salem

Women’s Health Alliance/Chapel Hill Obstetrics and Gynecology


East Health Central Ohio (Planned Parenthood)

Planned Parenthood, Bedford Heights


Lovejoy Surgicenter


Allegheny Reproductive Health Center

Allentown Health Services (Planned Parenthood)

Allentown Medical Services

Allentown Women’s Center

Berger and Benjamin

Philadelphia Women’s Center

Planned Parenthood of Keystone, Reading

Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania

Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania, Far Northeast Health Center

Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania, Locust Street Health Center

Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania, West Chester Health Center

Women’s Medical Society


Charleston Women’s Clinic Columbia Health Center (Planned Parenthood)

Greenville Women’s Clinic


Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health

Planned Parenthood Memphis

Planned Parenthood Nashville


Houston Women’s Clinic

Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast (Aaron Women’s Clinic (“Aaron”), Texas

Ambulatory Surgery Center, Women’s Pavilion and Northpark Medical Group

Whole Woman’s Health Fort Worth

Women’s Health Center Houston


Wasatch Women’s Center, Inc.


A Capitol Women’s Health Clinic

A Tidewater Women’s Health Clinic

Alexandria Women’s Health Clinic

Amethyst Health Center for Women

Annandale Women and Family Center

Charlottesville Medical Center for Women

Falls Church Healthcare Center

NOVA Women’s Healthcare

Peninsula Medical Center for Women

Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, Falls Church

Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Virginia

Virginia Health Group

Virginia Women’s Wellness

Whole Woman’s Health of Charlottesville


Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and Northern Idaho

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