Entries Tagged ‘Exhale’

Infighting: Edgy abortion group flusters other abortion groups

Stop Patriarchy pro-choice pro-abortion rally

It’s too early to tell whether pro-abortion world is imploding, but there sure have been plenty of fireworks lately.

I’ve written two posts in recent days on a new phenomenon – abortion groups publicly challenging the big kahuna, Planned Parenthood, something heretofore unheard of.

Need healing after abortion? Get a foot massage

Exhale is a pro-abortion, after-abortion support organization that believes “abortion can be a normal part of the reproductive lives of women and girls.” One of Exhale’s solutions to whatever “#healing” may be needed after an abortion? I noted this on Twitter the other day…     [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cw75hEYux-s[/youtube]  Now obviously by “#healing” Exhale didn’t mean physical […]

Stanek weekend question: What are differences between pro-life and pro-abortion counseling after abortions?

On January 14 The New York Times ran an intriguing story about the pro-abortion/post-abortion counseling group Exhale. The journalist writing the story, Shoshana Walters, contacted me last week asking my thoughts about MTV’s No Easy Decision. Then the Arizona shootings derailed that story, so its focus was changed, Ms. Walters called back to say, to […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 1-14-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The IA Board of Medicine has said that it will not sanction abortionist Susan Haskell for providing telemed abortions: … As is customary in such instances, the board did not explain its reasoning. “Although this may not be the outcome you were seeking, you can be assured that […]

Funding backstory on MTV’s abortion special

I have been communicating with a person involved in the production of MTV’s abortion special, No Easy Decision. The show, which aired December 28, continues to garner interest. Bill O’Reilly plans to discuss it on The O’Reilly Factor tonight, for instance. Last week both Bryan Kemper and I speculated the program may have been funded […]

MTV abortion special: Sad, skewed, and funded by… ?

The surprising, enduring problem abortion proponents have is people simply don’t like it. Ideologues thought legalizing abortion would settle it. But over 37 years after abortion was made legal in the U.S., abortion matriarch Frances Kissling made a striking admission earlier this year: I am driven by the changes I have seen in the way […]

MTV “partnered” with pro-abortion groups for upcoming abortion reality special

According to Entertainment Weekly, MTV’s December 28 abortion reality show “will tackle all sides of the issue.” This apparently means the pro-life perspective will simply get tackled. The new website, 16 and Loved, sponsored by the pro-abortion group Exhale, states MTV collaborated with it for the program:

  

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