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Resources: women's rights

Is an abortion anyone else’s business? (audio)

Randy Alcorn addresses the argument that "an abortion is no one else's business." (on Midday Connection with Melinda Schmidt)

Pro-choice or Anti-choice?

“Every person has the right to choose. It’s unfair to restrict a woman’s choice by prohibiting abortion.” So say the prochoice advocates. So says a generation that has grown up immersed in an ocean of abortion-rights thinking.

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.)

Prolifers don’t care about women

Do Prolifers care about women, and babies once they’re born? They have no right to speak against abortion unless they are willing to care for these children.

A publication of the National Abortion Rights Action League states, “The ‘prolife’ concerns of abortion foes are only for fetal lives, not the lives of women or unwanted babies.”

Is the Unborn Part of the Mother’s Body?

... every child, no matter how young and how small and no matter where he is located, is an individual human being with a life and rights of his own.

If abortion is made illegal, would tens of thousands of women again die from back-alley and clothes hanger abortions?

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 ProLife Answers to ProChoice Arguments by Randy Alcorn, pages 407-448.

For decades prior to its legalization, 90 percent of abortions were done by physicians in their offices, not in back alleys.

Fifteen years before abortion was legal in America, around 85 percent of illegal abortions were done by “reputable physicians in good standing in their local medical associations.”* In 1960, Planned Parenthood stated that “90% of all illegal abortions are presently done by physicians.”* The ...

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