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Abortion Questions & Updates on Upcoming Projects -Video!

Just another video by yours truly 🙂 discussing upcoming writings, research I am currently doing as well as projects that I’ll soon be sharing.

One of these projects is an upcoming video- I am not a medical doctor so I don’t offer any medical advice however based on what I know about abortion as well as based on my own personal experience, I am asking any woman who is considering abortion, be it late term or with the abortion pill, to please send me questions via youtube or to my email. 

I have enough questions to answer in video now, but in case there is anything I am missing I think I’ll wait a day or two and see if anyone sends in any new questions not already received. Some Continue reading Abortion Questions & Updates on Upcoming Projects -Video!

Without Accessible and Affordable #Abortion Clinics, Women Are At a Great Risk.

So Anti, you care for human life, huh? I’ve read all kinds of arguments from it will kill women to it’s only about them taking women’s rights away to lies made about the medical process of an abortion.
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Story All Should Read- 1 Woman’s Story of Being Arrested For Standing Up For Beliefs & Justice

Reporting an article I feel everyone should read and ask the,selves why others think they have the right to control a woman’s body and medical choices.

Post begins:
You’ve seen the news: When they thought no one was looking last week, state senators in North Carolina tucked several dangerous attacks on women’s health into an unrelated bill. Legislation originally meant to — yes, you’re reading this right — ban “Sharia Law” in North Carolina will now also severely restrict a woman’s ability to make deeply personal, private decisions about her pregnancy by restricting access to safe and legal abortion.

North Carolina has a proud history as a pro-choice beacon in the South. In the 1930s, we were among the first states in the country to have a state-funded family planning program. We liberalized our abortion laws before Roe v. Wade. In 1976, Congress passed the Hyde Amendment, cutting off Medicaid funding for abortion services for women with low incomes. North Carolina responded by setting up a state abortion fund, which at one point amounted to $1.5 million a year. When I started working for Planned Parenthood in 1982, North Carolina had a model, age-appropriate K-12 sex education curriculum.

Everything has changed.
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Don’t Be Ashamed of Abortion – Let’s Not Go Back in Time America…

Another pro-choice, aka, pro-life post from yours truly. Today I said one of many reasons I support abortion. Of course, anti-choice/anti-life attackers came to debate. I don’t debate online, especially on twitter, because it’s pointless. Same argument that has no legitimacy and what they were saying was not even relevant to what I said. Because of a serious family issue I was in no mood to argue. But now, I think I will sit here and write a nice rant for all to read.

Abortion saves women from suicide.

photoThought I’d try writing it out for you guys 🙂

I did not say the majority of pregnant women attempt suicide, I said, it saves women from it. Continue reading Don’t Be Ashamed of Abortion – Let’s Not Go Back in Time America…