Category Archives: Abortion Counseling

Doctor “attacks” woman who wants to keep her baby with anencephaly

In a booklet meant to encourage women pregnant with disabled or sick babies choose life, Barb wrote about the pressure she came under to abort her son who had anencephaly: Seven months into the pregnancy I was referred to the high-risk … Continue reading

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Former Clinic Worker: Rita

Rita worked as a “counselor” in an abortion clinic. After she left her job, she said: I was completely driven to help other women to obtain abortions. I was totally invested in keeping abortion safe and legal. I never recognized … Continue reading

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Training manual instructs clinic workers to convince women pregnant with disabled babies to abort

In a book meant to teach abortion workers how to “counsel” women considering abortion, the authors tell the workers to recommend abortion when the baby has a disability When counselling, the aim of the health professional involved would normally be … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood admits that woman are pregnant with “babies”

In the section on Abortion Counseling, you can read stories from former Planned Parenthood workers and former Planned Parenthood patients talking about how PP denies that a pregnant woman is carrying a “baby.” Instead, they use words like “products of … Continue reading

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Pro-Lifer tells story of her mother’s coerced abortions

Melissa Pereira, a pro-life student leader at Caldwell College, tells her family’s story: “Twenty-six years ago my mother was forced into a Planned Parenthood facility with her supposed husband. As they entered the clinic together, my mother was pushed and … Continue reading

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Woman told “it’s not a baby”

A post-abortive woman named Margaret tells her story: “In September I traveled down with Gerry to this clinic, where I was told, “You are in an unsupported situation and we can help you because you can have an abortion.” Seeking … Continue reading

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90% of women had an abortion after being “counseled” by abortion workers

One abortion facility says that after their “counseling”: “[It is estimated that 90% [of women who are counseled] will choose to have an abortion, about 8% continue with their pregnancy, and 1% will have presented too late for an abortion.” … Continue reading

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Abortion worker tells how they broke waiting period laws

One former abortion worker said in a webcast: “Often times what would happen was patients would come in and say, “Oh, yeah, I did speak with someone. I don’t have my paperwork and we wouldn’t have their paperwork, but my … Continue reading

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Abortion worker tells teen abortion is “no big deal”

One teenager who had an abortion said the abortion worker told her this when she was crying before her abortion: “What’s wrong with you? Who told you about the procedure for terminating a pregnancy? Has someone been telling you this … Continue reading

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Abortion provider: we don’t need to provide more counseling

At a pro-abortion presentation by former illegal abortionist and pro-abortion advocate Judith Arcana, a member of the audience said: “….does the fact that women can find abortion difficult to decide on, and dwell on their decision afterwards, mean that we … Continue reading

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