Category: Sanctity of Life

Kenyan abortion rights documentary reveals excellent pregnancy crisis support

When Lucy (not her real name) found out she was pregnant, she was already five months along. At the time, she was only seventeen years old. Soon after, out of embarrassment, she stopped going to school. Her boyfriend, an older man, denied responsibility and stopped talking to her. …At the [pregnancy] center, she had learned the basics of taking care of a baby, and been supplied with the material necessities for the task, along with moral support and the company of other girls in similar straits. Additionally, she had been presented with the option of putting her baby up for adoption and returning to school, if she so chose.

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Elon Musk Condemns Population Control, Complains How Unborn Children “Have No Voice”

Elon Musk Is no stranger to the issue of population control and he has repeatedly warned about the underpopulation crisis happening worldwide. The richest man on the planet warned of an impending global population crisis earlier this year as he linked declining birth rates to abortion and birth control. “Arguing in favor reducing humanity is arguing for genocide. The unborn have no voice,” he lamented.

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42% of Babies Killed in Abortions are Black, If Black Lives Matter They Would End Abortion

Less than one percent of the 36,060 abortions in New York City in the last reported year were among White women. Yet, abortions in the black community–only 23 percent of the population–comprised the largest percentage of the city’s deaths in utero: an astounding 38 percent! The numbers get even more alarming when you look at the abortion ratio in each group identified by the New York State Department of Health. For every 1,000 live births in the black community, there were 763 abortions. This is a ratio that is 7 times higher than Whites and 2.2 times higher than Hispanics.

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Wisconsin Expands Safe Haven Baby Box Law to Save Babies From Infanticide

Today, Governor Evers signed the Safe Haven Baby Box Bill, an expansion of Wisconsin’s Safe Haven law passed in 2001. According to the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families (DCF), Safe Haven protocol, also known as “infant relinquishment,” allows a parent to anonymously leave their unharmed newborn baby (72 hours old or under) with an approved police officer, 911 emergency medical staff person, or a hospital staff member. The law signed today expands the Save Haven program to allow fully staffed hospitals and fire and police stations to install ventilated, temperature-controlled “baby boxes” in outside walls so that parents can more easily relinquish their babies anonymously.

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She Was Close to Never Existing, but Her Mother’s Choice Changed That. Now, She’s Giving Back.

Heather Lawless came close to never existing on this earth. Due to her mother’s medical condition, Lawless’ mom was advised by her physicians and her family to have an abortion. “There was an abortion appointment made, and she didn’t show up to it,” Lawless said of her mom, adding, “She chose life for me, and I was able to experience the life that I have now.”

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Biden’s HHS seeks to deprive pregnancy centers of federal funds

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is working to thwart pregnancy help organizations from receiving federal funds through a proposed rule change that incorrectly assesses the work of pregnancy centers. Many states give TANF funds to pregnancy help organizations because they help to meet some or all the prescribed TANF goals. But in October the Biden Administration released the proposed HHS rule change that prevents states from giving the federal funds to pregnancy centers.

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A child of a surrogate mother, now a fighter against the industry

All these question marks over her head caused Maurel psychological problems, she says. She fears rejection and has difficulties in her relationships with older women. Apart from that, she has bipolar disorder, giving her depressive episodes. However, that is not because she was born from surrogacy, Maurel warns. “I inherited it from my biological mother, who is not mentally stable. The surrogacy agency should have rejected her because of that, but they did not.”

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Northern Ireland Department of Ed to decide if parents can keep children from lessons promoting abortion

In June 2023, the UK Government brought forward regulations forcing schools in Northern Ireland to teach students aged 11 to 16 years old (key stages 3 and 4) about abortion under ‘Relationships and Sexuality Education’ (RSE). This approach was heavily criticised by the highly respected House of Lords Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee. Unusually, there was no public consultation on the regulations prior to them coming into effect, in contrast to other comparable policy changes, including changes to RSE in England.

However, the Northern Ireland Department of Education has launched a consultation with limited scope after the regulations have already been approved, relating to the circumstances under which parents should be able to withdraw their children from this content in schools.

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