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Topics: Plan B

PRI’s “Plan B” Video Going Viral; Babies Benefit



PRI’s fun and informative video, “Plan B: Is It Contraception or Not?” is making its way around the world. Since its release two months ago, the cartoon video is closing in on 500,000 views. The video, which leaves no doubt that the so-called “morning after pill” actually causes abortion, has been a big hit in Asia.  In the Philippines alone, over 100,000 people have viewed the video, including 30,000 viewers 24 years old or younger. …

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Camels, Cartoons, and Plan B



Where you wondering when Population Research Institute was going to create another awesome short video? Wait no longer! We at PRI released a fun and informational video today that explains how Plan B really works. The video uses state-of-the art cartoons to break down the complexities of pregnancy, illustrating how the drug affects ovulation, conception, and implantation.   Steven Mosher, President of PRI, says: "Our three-minute video will make you laugh out loud, while teaching you …

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Camels, Cartoons, and Plan B



WASHINGTON DC: Population Research Institute released a fun and informational video today that explains how Plan B really works. The video uses state-of-the art cartoons to break down the complexities of pregnancy, illustrating how the drug affects ovulation, conception, and implantation. Steven Mosher, President of PRI, says: "Our three-minute video will make you laugh out loud, and teach you how Plan B reliably produces negative pregnancy tests.  You will want to not only watch it …

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Plan B



Population Research Institute created an informational video to help understand how Plan B works. Check it out! We would love to hear from you and answer your questions, so be sure to comment!   Vocabulary* to help you understand the video Fallopian tube: One of the two tubes that transport the egg from the ovary to the uterus (the womb). Uterus (womb): a major female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organ. One end, the cervix opens into the vagina, while …

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Contraception as a “Solution” to Abortion: No way!



A good friend—at least I think we're still friends—recently told me that he had decided that the "solution" to abortion was more contraception.  Of course, this solution is not original with him. It has been around for decades and is constantly invoked by the Barack Obamas, the Hilary Clintons, and the Nancy Pelosis of the world.  But as he is a professing Christian (and should know better) I took the time to write him the …

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Obama Wants Us to Pay for Abortion-Causing Devices, Too!



Obamacare’s so-called “contraceptive mandate” has been much in the news. But much of what the administration calls “contraception” is actually abortion. Take the copper IUD, for example. It is advertised as a contraceptive device, but even the New York Times, in a front page story about Plan B, admits that it causes early-term abortions. How? By preventing the implantation of a developing embryo in the uterus. As the flagship paper of the liberal media writes, …

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The Morning After Pill (AKA Plan B) Available to Children



Front Royal, VA, 5/5/13 — U.S. Federal District Judge, Edward Korman, ruled today that the Morning After Pill must be sold over the counter to all comers. This means any 13-year-old girl will be able to buy Plan B, and no one, including her parents, need ever know. In his ruling, Korman ordered the FDA to remove the age restriction currently on the drug. If the FDA makes no appeal (and odds are the Obama …

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German Bishops “Approve” a Morning-After Pill that Does Not Exist



According to a new statement by the German Bishops’ Conference, Catholic physicians and hospitals can now prescribe and administer the morning-after pill (MAP) in cases where a woman is a victim of sexual assault as long as it does not cause an abortion.

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