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Parental Consent: Through the Eyes of a Post-Abortion Teen

I am in favor of the parental notification bill because of the irreparable damage I experienced due to the decisions I made as a minor. When I was 17 years old, I determined that I was mature enough to make my own decisions, and didn’t need my parents’ advice on how to live my life.

Prolife Except in the Case of Rape?

“What about a woman who is pregnant due to rape or incest?” This is one of three hard cases often cited as “exceptions” that make abortion an appropriate alternative. (The other two are when the life of the mother is threatened or the child has a serious handicap or deformity.)

Pro-Woman or Pro-Child?

babyMy wife and I became involved in prolife work out of concern for women who’d been devastated by abortion. In 1981 we opened our home to a pregnant teenage girl. I served on the board of one of the first pregnancy centers on the West Coast, offering help to pregnant women who were needy, confused, and desperate. Our objective was to help women in every way possible. And the best way to help these women was to provide them alternatives to abortion.

Abortion-relevant References from Scripture

"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations." (Jeremiah 1:5)

Don’t women wish they had been better informed? (audio)

Randy Alcorn answers the question, "Don't women who have had abortions wish they had been better informed?" (On Midday Connection with Melinda Schmidt.)

Do prolifers care for babies more than women? (audio)

Randy Alcorn answers the question, "Does being prolife mean we choose caring for babies over caring for women?" (On Midday Connection with Melinda Schmidt.)

Why support groups? (audio)

Randy Alcorn answers the question, "Why are there support groups for those who have had abortions, but not for those who have had root canals?"

Do we have the right to choose what we do with our bodies?

Prochoice advocates argue, “Every woman has the right to choose what she does with her own body.” Ironically, the choice of abortion assures that 650,000 females each year don’t have the right to choose what they do with their bodies. (That number is half of aborted children, the other half being males.) A female killed by abortion no longer has a life, a choice, or a body to exercise control over.

Does abortion harm a woman’s physical and mental health?

Why ProLife?Please Note: In order to conserve space, footnotes are not included in this article but are marked with an asterisk and may be found in Why ProLife? by Randy Alcorn, Chapter 11.

“Abortion has completely failed as a social policy designed to aid women,” writes Serrin Foster, president of Feminists for Life. “It is a reflection that we have failed women.”*

Joan Appleton was an abortion advocate with N.O.W. and head nurse at a Virginia abortion facility. She asked herself why abortion was “such a psychological trauma for a woman, and such a difficult decision for a woman ...

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