Entries Tagged ‘The Abortioneers’

Michael Jackson: “I don’t want to offend” post-abortive women

Jackson isn’t the first recording artist to explore the controversial subject of abortion in song. It has also surfaced in the work of Neil Young, Madonna, Sinead O’Connor, and Lauryn Hill, among others. In “Abortion Papers,” Jackson approaches the matter carefully (and ambiguously): rather than presenting a dogmatic political perspective, he personalizes it through the story of a conflicted girl raised in a deeply religious home and her Bible-admonishing father. In his notes for the track, Jackson wrote, “I have to do it in a way so I don’t offend girls who have gotten abortions or bring back guilt trips so it has to be done carefully…. I have to really think about it.”

How about a pro-choice dating service?

There had been some talk among Abortioneers in the past about dating and relationships, and how an anti-choice position would be a dealbreaker among potential mates. This then led to the imagining of a pro-choice dating service, where pro-choice folks can meet each other and fall hopelessly in love (or just hook up, whatever), without […]

Abortion worker burned out

Iíve been burned out. And I realize that sadly, where I work, there are lots of unhappy people who probably are just waiting to get out. Maybe they want to find a replacement before they quit. Iím looking for a new gig. Iím loyal to abortion work, but Iím no longer loyal to my clinic. […]

Stanek weekend question I: Is it true the pro-life movement is “clearly really well organized”?

Written by Sparky at The Abortioneers blog this week: The anti-abortion movement is clearly really well organized. They have created websites that list abortion providers names and addresses, they terrorize suppliers, and physicians who have any professional relationships with abortion providers even if they aren’t providing. Its really sick. They have successfully infiltrated the department […]

Abortion worker needs a little vacation

I work in an abortion clinic, I’m over worked, underpaid, and generally just sort of trying to stay afloat in a backwater madhouse. I have worked at my job for nearly 2 years and I have not had a raise or any paid time off, yet my responsibilities have quadrupled. I’m tired and burned out… […]

The stigma of being “the abortion girl”

Noting this was “a glimpse into the heart of a self-conscious abortion worker,” Lila Rose of LiveAction.org forwarded a link last night to the following post at The Abortioneers blog. Lila added, “Pray for this woman and the many like her. It is strange – she seems to know what she does.” This worker’s feelings […]

Abortion funding group encourages women to lie to get the money

By Placenta Sandwich at The Abortioneers blog today (bold highlight his/hers): One thing I have heard, and said myself, in the course of financial counseling is, “If you can’t borrow money for an abortion, can you maybe borrow money by saying that it’s for something else?” Not just for husbands, but also when women (understandably) […]

Tis the season (to support your local abortion fund)

… So goes the title of a December 1 post at The Abortioneers blog. And in making his pitch to spread a little financial holiday cheer to one’s local abortion fund, Mr. Banana Grabber wrote the following, which is frankly just one more example of pro-abort lunacy. These people can’t possibly think through the things […]


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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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