Holland In March presidential candidate Donald Trump argued that women who had abortions should be punished if abortion were made illegal.
But this is precisely what takes place to the fetus in an abortion. The issue, rather, is NPOV. Only women themselves could testify to fetal movement.
Anti-abortion is more accurate and neutral. Because pain can involve sensory, emotional and cognitive factors, leaving it "impossible to know" when painful experiences are perceived, even if it is known when thalamocortical connections are established.
Subsequent comments should be made in a new section on the talk page. This is a much better suggestion, and seems like more neutral wording. Brad Pitt lent his voice and efforts to a documentary focusing on the dire need for affordable pharmaceutical supplies throughout the developing world. If abortion did not result in the destruction of an innocent human being, then abortion advocates would be justified in their protestations.
Oxford University Press, Nope, pro-America obviously US-centric.
Incidentally has anyone considered merging the two articles into one, given that they're basically two sides of the same coin? Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information.
WP is not a democracy. I would agree if the title were the equally frank "pro-abortion" but it seems to me that the term "abortion-rights" is still preferential. Humphrey opposed such an amendment in OTL: But the mother would never have to give the baby a blood transfusion, no matter what the circumstances were.
The last move request had a discussion ending just last month - see Talk: How did that happen? In fact, besides this page, I couldn't find a single example of an "Anti-abortion" title redirecting to a "Pro-life" title.(Redirected from Talk:United States pro-life movement) This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the United States anti-abortion movement article.
This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. The pro-life movement argues that even a nonviable, undeveloped human life is sacred and must be protected by the government. Abortion must not be legal, according to this model, nor should it be practiced on an illegal basis.
Wade decision legalizing abortion, many within the pro-life movement focus on the undeniable humanity of each unborn child, clearly visible through the millions of sonograms obtained by proud parents each year.
But it is also a good time to evaluate the impact that Roe v. Wade attorney Sarah Weddington’s pro-abortion arguments have.
The pro-life movement argues that even a nonviable, undeveloped human life is sacred and must be protected by the government. Abortion must not be legal, according to this model, nor should it be practiced on an illegal basis.
Van Maren: What has the pro-life movement been doing in Chile since abortion was first legalized in some circumstances?
due to the discussion of the legal abortion law in Argentina, we knew. Abolishing Abortion: The History of the Pro-Life Movement in America by Jennifer L.
Holland In March presidential candidate Donald Trump argued that women who had abortions should be punished if abortion were made illegal.Download