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The reality of abortion regret

Abortion | A study tries to downplay the emotional toll on women
by Leah Hickman
Posted 1/20/20, 06:00 pm

Seven years after her abortion, Pat Layton was driving down an interstate highway in Florida when she burst into tears. The Christian talk show playing on her car radio featured women talking about their abortions. They mentioned their struggles with drugs, alcohol, anger, depression, and shame. Layton had experienced all of those problems and she was finally realizing that they stemmed from her abortion as a college student in 1977.

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Abortion and legal minimalism

Abortion | The goal in the 19th century was to contain the killing of the unborn
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 1/18/20, 01:34 pm

The U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that we lament on its Jan. 22 anniversary swept away the abortion laws of all 50 states. Those laws had not sprung up instantaneously. They were typically the product of decades of social development, discussion, and debate—and sometimes legislative wheeling and dealing as well.

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Art for life

Art | Acceptance of pro-life messages in visual arts has tanked
by Lynde Langdon
Posted 1/17/20, 04:35 pm

In 1986, a pro-abortion artist submitted a short animation for display on the Spectacolor billboard in New York’s Times Square. The scrolling, blinking-light board was cutting-edge technology in outdoor advertising, and the owner devoted 30 seconds of every half-hour to noncommercial art.

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