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Sarah is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians.

Nursing journal says handling aborted babies is a “challenging clinical event” for nurses

An article in the Journal of Clinical Nursing says: “… the New Zealand situation would be common in that nurses are frequently required to clean and dress the fetus, ensure transfer to an appropriate receptacle if the mother wants to see it, … Continue reading

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Post-Abortive woman: I had dreams about drowning children

Pro-Abortion writer Linda Weber interviewed a woman two weeks after her abortion. Weber quotes the woman saying: “Tom and I are finally recovering from all the unexpected emotional roller coaster rides.… I had lots of dreams of drowning children for a … Continue reading

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Pro-Abortion activist “grieved and went wild” after her own abortion

Pro-Abortion activist Jan Wilberg had an illegal abortion with a wire in 1967. She writes about suffering grief and guilt: “I grieved and was wild for a full year after that. I broke up with my boyfriend, realizing right away that … Continue reading

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Post-abortion woman says there was no counseling

A post-abortive woman named Jasmine wrote: “I was nine weeks pregnant. There was no counseling offered, just a leaflet telling me that I might feel a little upset, but that it was hormonal and would pass…” Melinda Tankard Reist Giving … Continue reading

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Chinese one child policy is compassionate, says pro-choicer

Sarah G. Epstein, a member of the advisory board of the Population Institute, a pro-abortion organization, wrote that: “The Chinese system is both compassionate and fair. For example, if an oldest child is handicapped, the family can have a second … Continue reading

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Sex Selection abortions are a woman’s right says feminist

Taslima Nasreen, pro-abortion feminist, tweeted: “Abortion including sex selective is women’s rights. Why should women want female babies knowing girls are hated,abused,raped, killed by men?” Cassy Fiano-Chesser “Pro-abortion feminist echoes Planned Parenthood founder: People with ‘bad genes’ shouldn’t reproduce” Live … Continue reading

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Post-abortion woman keeps looking for missing daughter

One post-abortion woman said: “Night times were terrible for nearly a year with getting up in my sleep looking for my daughter then when fully awakened I found I had a son and no daughter and why in the world … Continue reading

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Abortionist talks about “uteri with holes” from abortion

Abortionist William J. Sweeney III wrote: “Now, as long as we stay inside the uterus, everything’s okay. But if we put that suction apparatus outside – if we happen to perforate that soft uterus – then the machine can suck out … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice man: Abortion is a handy “escape hatch” for men

A man who identified  himself only as CH wrote about the reasons he loves abortion: “Abortion is a handy dandy escape hatch for men. Sure, men aren’t the ultimate judge, jury and executioner of the fetus; that is a special privilege … Continue reading

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Pro-choice author: Scientific advances helped pro-life movement

A  pro-abortion writer wrote the following in Time magazine: “The antiabortion cause has been aided by scientific advances that have complicated American attitudes about abortion. Prenatal ultrasound, which has allowed the general public to see fetuses inside the womb and … Continue reading

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