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Do restrictive abortion laws kill women?

There is no more powerful argument for legal abortion than the fear that many more women will die if they are forced to resort to underground abortion mills. However, the experience of Chile, where abortion is illegal for any reason, even rape or incest, suggests that this doesn’t necessarily happen. From a statistical point of […]
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The Torture-Abortion Nexus

Is there a necessary link between people who approve of abortion and people who approve of torture? I can hear screams of denial. Abortion is a woman’s right and has nothing to do with putting needles under fingernails. Abortion is an agonising choice by thoughtful women and has nothing to do with the agonies of […]
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When Does Gender Equality Begin?

The impositions that some immigrant women suffer from their communities are often shocking to their Western sisters. These practices range from burquas through female genital mutilation to forced marriages and honour killings. It is obvious that the women concerned are not happy with some of these practices either, and appreciate laws in their adopted country […]
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Decisions Are Made By Those Who Show Up

Today’s feature is cross-posted from Niall Gooch who is a Research & Education Officer for the charity LIFE. He is married, with a son due to be born any minute now, and lives in London. He is writing in a personal capacity. With the NZ Green Party continuing their push for an extreme abortion law in […]
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Kelly Clarkson uses unborn daughter’s heartbeat as tempo for new song

American Idol winner turned pop superstar Kelly Clarkson released a song this week called “Heartbeat Song” as a teaser to her upcoming album, Piece by Piece. The song’s tempo is a slowed-down version of her daughter’s heartbeat in-utero. The beat “is actually River’s heartbeat slowed down from when she was in my tummy,”Clarkson told radio host Elvis Duran. […]
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