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Topics: violence against women

Philippines: “No” to Population Control, “Yes” to Authentic Development—Part II



Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte has vowed to “champion contraception…to reduce poverty by 25 percent in six years.” “I only want three children for every family,” he stated publicly, “I’m a Christian, but I’m a realist so we have to do something with our overpopulation.” Having promoted, as former mayor of Davao, sexual “education,” free contraception and free access to tubal ligation, Duterte now says that “a more aggressive approach” is necessary because “our resources cannot …

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Abortion’s Hidden Violence



It was a chilly morning, at least for April in Washington, D.C. A line of college students stood, huddled in coats and hats, rubbing the sleep out of our eyes. We stood on a sidewalk along the side of 16th Street in Washington, DC., in the chilly shadows of the great concrete buildings behind us. In front of us, on the other side of the street, stood an abortion clinic. We began to pray. I …

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Abortion’s Hidden Violence



13 August 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 29 Dear Colleague, The pro-aborts often accuse us of hatred for women, but in reality they are the ones promoting this hatred. Read how the hard-line pro-abortion stance masks an agenda of depersonalizing violence against women. Steve Mosher Abortion’s Hidden Violence It was a chilly morning, at least for April in Washington, DC. A line of college students stood, huddled in coats and hats, rubbing the sleep out …

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Stopping the Abortion Juggernaut



5 April 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 13 Dear Colleague, PRI is in the forefront of the fight in Latin America to protect Life.  Carlos Polo reports that, if the people have anything to say about it, abortion will remain illegal south of the border. Steven W. Mosher President      Stopping the Abortion Juggernaut After the partial legalization of abortion in Colombia, the international pro-death movement expected a domino effect throughout Latin America.  Monica Roa, …

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Forced Abortions in America: Case Before Supreme Court



You don’t have to go to China to discover forced abortion. It exists right here in America, and has for many years. Jane Roe II’s Story Last month, PRI Review carried the story of the forced abortion of a woman in Florida. To summarize, on March 29, 1997, a young, pregnant woman we’ll call Jane Roe II entered the Aware Woman Center for Choice in Florida for an abortion. She was undressed and put on …

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The Dangers of Manual Vacuum Aspiration



June 25, 2002 Volume 4/ Number 14 Dear Colleague: One of the most common methods of abortion in the developing world is Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA). Not only is this method of abortion immoral, it is extremely unsafe for women. Today, the international abortion movement seeks to expand the number of abortions performed worldwide under the guise MVA “care for miscarriage.” But, as medical evidence shows, MVA—even when used for legitimate miscarriage care—is so substandard …

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