This is an extremely important event for the emergency in Texas regarding abortion and women’s health. Please check out the website below and get involved; even if you can’t do one thing, there are plenty of other ways to get involved. We must act now!
As I say, being forced to have an abortion is wrong, yes, but they are in the minority according to multiple research studies. However, being forced to have a pregnancy is not only punishment and morally wrong for the woman, it is also wrong for the fetus to become child.
It is cruelly punishing an innocent life that has hurt no one and didn’t ask to be here. Abortion is not a crime, no matter what ‘term’ you are in. Get involved!
You may think it’s not you; but wait until the day comes when it is; 1 in 3 women will have an abortion in the USA according to statistics. And that applies to whether it is legal or illegal. If you all care about life so much,
think a bit deeper about what life is. Standing against this is not being pro-life -beings here-
We’re pleased to announce that Gloria Steinem and Cornel West have added their names to the statement: ” href=”http://org.salsalabs.com/o/1170/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=16081″ target=”_blank”>Emergency in Texas. Now, we’re calling on you. Add your name and donate toward publication in a major Texas newspaper on August 4th, the first day of court proceedings which will determine whether all but 6 remaining abortion clinics in Texas will be forced to close on September 1, 2014
With your help, people will open the newspaper and read that if this massive attack on abortion rights is not stopped:
Women will begin dying from dangerous illegal abortions. Others will be imprisoned for self-inducing abortions. Thousands more will have their lives foreclosed by being forced to bear children they do not want – shattering their dreams, trapping them in abusive relationships, and/or driving them into humiliating and dangerous poverty. Rural, poor, immigrant, and women of color will be hardest hit.
Worse, this emergency in Texas is not an isolated problem.