USAID Rep Shuts Down Workshop on Abortion Complications

USAID Rep Shuts Down Workshop on Abortion Complications August 19, 2013

Because the Abortion Regime Cares About Women.

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  • Marthe Lépine

    There is a very very interesting concept in the linked article: That a woman’s “right” to abortion will be diminished if she is given all the necessary information to make an informed decision. I thought that the right to make such a choice meant a real choice based on an intelligent evaluation of pros and cons. What kind of choice is this if the “cons” in this case are kept secret?
    In addition, is commonly known that decisions made in the middle of a crisis can very often be the wrong decisions – e.g. it is better to wait until some measure of calm has been found. With proper reflexion, it could be that many women might choose not to have an abortion. I suppose that is “bad for business” if one is in the abortion business. However, depriving women from the necessary information is in reality taking the choice away from them.
    “Pro-choice” in a false label!

  • Marthe Lépine

    Sorry, I meant “is a false label”. I am not used to my new keyboard yet.