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On conscience

A great article about why denying conscience rights is wrong. And more specifically, about the ideological blinders on at the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons. After the law passed, a Melbourne physician, morally opposed to abortion, publicly announced that he had refused to provide an abortion referral for a patient. This effectively challenged the […]

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It’s not her age that bothers me

Quadruplets at age 65 sounds like a bit of a nightmare to me. Kids need parents, and if you are on the sunset side of life, it’s quite literally harder to be there for your family. But let me just say this, I don’t begrudge this woman her large family. Neither do I get particularly […]

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Student adopts homeless pregnant cousin

What does love look like? Australian student Tommy Connolly, 23, worked extra shifts in order to adopt his 17 year old homeless cousin. She was pregnant, and he wanted to help her and her child have a better life. Tommy Connolly, an aspiring athlete at the University of the Sunshine Coast, said he hadn’t seen […]

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Andrea Cohen Barrack and PCC funding

Pat Maloney, Canada’s pro-life investigator, uncovered another interesting fact: Remember when Fake Person complained to Trillium, and then Trillium revoked funding to Pregnancy Options and Support Centre in Sarnia? Guess who the CEO is of the Ontario Trillium Foundation? Andrea Cohen Barrack And guess who the Chairperson is of International Planned Parenthood for Canada? Andrea Cohen Barrack The […]

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On living plan A, again

This is a post about self-care for mothers in large families. However, it is also a post about making plans, and what happens when those well-made plans fall apart. I imagine Veronique’s story may scare some. But to me, it is inspirational. We often find ourselves in situations we could not have envisioned. Veronique finds […]

doctors-freedom-conscience

On conscience

A great article about why denying conscience rights is wrong. And more specifically, about the ideological blinders on at the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons. After the law passed, a Melbourne physician, morally opposed to abortion, publicly announced that he had refused to provide an abortion referral for a patient. This effectively challenged the […]

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On plan A

Plan B. It’s the emergency contraception that works in part by not allowing an already fertilized embryo to implant, so an exceptionally early abortion. It also works by wreaking havoc on a woman’s body, lots of nausea, throwing up, waiting at home by yourself. I was waiting in the drugstore yesterday and I noticed it […]

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Ignore the ridiculous stock photo, read the piece

Natural Family Planning, not the “rhythm method,” has devices and apps to track your fertility, which is part of your general health and wellness. (Things they don’t teach in school, not even necessarily med school, as I’m learning.) This article explains: The company behind the Kindara app, which charts a woman’s fertility signs right on […]

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How to maximize profit with your spa abortion service

Carafem, the spa abortion experience is about profits. Not service, not women, not activism. Normalizing abortion for them isn’t about normalizing abortion. It’s about making money. Which they will make more of, if abortion is normalized. As Barbara Kay explains in her column: There may be a great deal of money to be made in […]

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On age and ideas

Bad ideas are bad, good ideas are good whether young or old. Peter Stockland comments: Bad ideas in young heads are as bad as bad ideas in old heads. The issue is not the age at which those ideas enter our heads, but whether they become ideologically fixed and impervious to contradictory reason or experience. […]

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Right down to the first detail

This made me laugh: MANSFIELD, OH—Having proposed that they spend a night out together, the boyfriend of local woman Cassandra Stephenson is said to have planned a magical evening for the two of them down to the very first detail, sources reported Tuesday. “We should do something on Friday,” said boyfriend Bryan Vogel, specifying the […]

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Freedom of conscience

I just watched this little video from the Christian Medical Dental Society . We all have to get along in a diverse society, and forcing people to do things they don’t believe are right isn’t the way to go. Neither does conscientious objection always have to do with with religion. There have been longstanding feminist […]

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