Are only children–and their parents–better off? Yes, says the author of a new book, One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child and the Joy of Being One. Her warped feminist lens sees parenting as a zero-sum game and each child as a potential threat to a woman’s ‘authentic self.’ She’s couldn’t be more wrong.
“It’s freezing out. Why don’t you c’mon in for a cup of coffee while you wait?” The tall woman waiting alone outside the Germantown abortion clinic shivered. She’d taken a taxi to the clinic, and arrived early, a good half-hour before it opened. Standing, pacing, stomping her feet to stay warm, the tall woman stole…
“Emergency contraception” dispensed from a vending machine is the perfect icon of our culture’s impersonal–and utilitarian–view of sex and reproduction.
Maddox is only two, but she will make you think.
A heart that kills innocent human beings at 24 weeks won’t flinch at killing at 25. One good from Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s killings: we have a renewed sense, in our own hearts and souls, of the ravenous power of evil.
The fertility industry exploits women by soft-pedaling the potential risks of egg donation while offering quick payoffs. But more appalling is the silence surrounding the human costs of IVF itself.
An abortionist who is, herself, 18 weeks pregnant, performs an abortion on a patient’s 18-week old child (or fetus). The New York Times calls it “moral complexity.” You decide.
Gillian St. Lawrence, a D.C. woman, fertile and married, chooses IVF and freezes her embryos for later so career, personal and financial goals are uninterrupted–but at what cost?
My heart is so sad. I just watched the chilling YouTube video by Angie Jackson, a Florida mom undergoing an abortion at-home using RU-486. Angie wants the world to experience her abortion with her—so she’s “tweeting” about, in graphic detail and with appalling coldness. Her purpose? According to her video, she hopes to “demystify abortion”…