365 examples of Abortion in a sentence
Maude Findlay, the epitome of the irreverent 1970s, who tackled abortion, divorce, even menopause on TV.
And because of selected
by families who favored boys to girls, now we have ended up with 30 million more young men than women.
The evidence of that is that studies in rats, again with atrazine, show that the hormone imbalance atrazine generates causes
Well, I believe that a male pill will help reduce the stubbornly high rates of unintended pregnancy and
and allow men to equally participate in contraception.
Some people think when we talk about contraception that it's code for abortion, which it's not.
We're not talking about
I've cracked stages in Soweto, buried
babies in potter's field and still managed to keep a smile on my face, so whatever you curse at me to your caddyshack go-for-this, go-for-that assistant when I walk out that door, whatever slander you send my way, your mother.
We get to hate each other on gun control and
and the environment, but on these fiscal issues, these important fiscal issues, we just are not anywhere nearly as divided as people say.
And around the fortress is this vast field of taboo against premarital sex, against condoms, against abortion, against homosexuality, you name it.
But history shows us that even as recently as our fathers' and grandfathers' day, there have been times of greater pragmatism, and tolerance, and a willingness to consider other interpretations: be it abortion, or masturbation, or even the incendiary topic of homosexuality.
CA: Melinda, you're Roman Catholic, and you've often been embroiled in controversy over this issue, and on the
question, on both sides, really.
Without hesitation, she replied, "I've had an abortion."
Before Polly, no one had ever told me that she'd had an
I worried that I would regret an
Coming of age on the beaches of Southern California, I grew up in the middle of our nation's
As a kid, the idea of
made me so sad that I knew if I ever got pregnant I could never have one.
But Polly had given me a very special gift: the knowledge that I wasn't alone and the realization that
was something that we can talk about.
According to the Guttmacher Institute, one in three women in America will have an
in their lifetime.
But for the last few decades, the dialogue around
in the United States has left little room for anything beyond pro-life and pro-choice.
But as much as
is hotly debated, it's still rare for us, whether as fellow women or even just as fellow people, to talk with one another about the abortions that we have.
This isn't just about
The feminist who regrets her
Beyond abortion, pro-voice works on hard issues that we've struggled with globally for years, issues like immigration, religious tolerance, violence against women.
If someone is talking about an
and they say the word "baby," you can say "baby."
For example, if you're telling a story about your abortion, realize that she might have had the baby.
It was a welcome, yet dramatic departure from what I experience when I talk about my mixed feelings of my
Pro-voice is about the real stories of real people making an impact on the way
and so many other politicized and stigmatized issues are understood and discussed.
If they're conservative, they're going to hate Obama and food stamps and
If you try to prohibit something that people want or need to do, whether that's drinking alcohol or crossing borders or getting an
or selling sex, you create more problems than you solve.