Entries Tagged ‘bodily autonomy’

Pro-choicers only ones seeking to silence male voices on abortion

by Kelli I think there absolutely is a role for men in the abortion debate, and that that role is in supporting women’s freedom to choose…. Those who are anti-abortion don’t see this conversation in terms of bodily autonomy but rather in terms of human lives being lost. They would probably argue that saying men […]

Pro-life blog buzz 12-23-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • ProLife365 has a humorous post on the benefits of having a large family.
  • Saynsumthn’s Blog reports on the pro-abortion Unitarian Church’s Alternative Gift List for 2014. Topping their list: Give to a center for abused children or perhaps donate to Planned Parenthood, the nation largest promoter and provider of abortions. Talk about the ultimate child abuse – death by dismemberment – and the ultimate in compartmentalization.

Pro-abortion doula says she “loves and respects” all birth choices

Del FaveroI identify as VERY pro-choice in my political views, however once I became pregnant, I realized that I also found the idea that pregnant people deserved the right to their own bodily autonomy during childbirth to be integral…

I identify as queer when it comes to my personal life, which allows me to gain a wider understanding of the specific needs that people have in the birth community. I have done plenty of research and reading to educate myself on the notion of white privilege and being a “placeholder” for those from marginalized groups…

Pro-life blog buzz 10-10-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • ProLifeBlogs shares a post from After Abortion detailing the death of an Italian woman from RU-486, which was administered in a hospital. This is the first known death in Italy due to the chemical abortion pill.

Pro-life news brief 5-1-14

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • An 18-year-old in Arizona has been arrested after allegedly sexually assaulting a number of teenage girls. One girl apparently became pregnant and had an abortion:

    In another case, a victim became pregnant after she was allegedly raped….

    “One of the 13 victims actually became pregnant because of the sexual assault, and she subsequently had an abortion,” Babeu said. “These are horrible crimes that cannot be tolerated in our community.”

“Right to choose” is glaring exception to progressive ideology

by Kelli

Progressivism

The truth hurts, but liberals need to hear it. One of progressivism’s — aka modern liberalism’s — greatest ironies is that abortion on demand is nigh impossible to reconcile with the rest of progressive theory. As I’ve written before here and elsewhere, the “right to choose” is the glaring exception to nearly everything the left believes.

“Bro-choicers” boohoo: Texas abortion bill could curb our casual sex

For those of us guys who like girls – you know, like them like them – and want to have relationships with them that may last anywhere from a few minutes to many years, we need to think about how this bill, by curtailing the bodily autonomy and sexual freedom of women, hurts us, too. […]

Pro-life blog buzz 10-30-12

by Kelli

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  • Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life dismantles the arguments we often hear from pro-lifers who are planning to vote for pro-choice candidates in the election.
  • At Live Action, Nancy Flanders makes the case that society has failed both the victims of rape and their preborn children.

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