Lila Rose & Ilyse Hogue debate

Check out this CNN clip from January,  featuring Live Action founder Lila Rose & NARAL Pro-Choice America (formerly the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League) president Ilyse Hogue. Rose began her organization when she was only 15, and it has since become known for its undercover filming of abortion facilities. What do you think of the … Continue reading

A friendly reminder…

A friendly reminder…

…to all of our followers on this fine Friday, courtesy of  “Live Life Happy” on Flickr. Yes, that includes you – the person staring at this computer screen!

“Choice” Chain testimonies!

“Choice” Chain testimonies!

Check out these stories from “Choice” Chain activism on November 25th! Tonight, two pro-life advocates were standing on a sidewalk, holding signs of abortion victims.  A group of university students approached, curious to see what our signs said.  When they saw the images, one of them said: “This is abortion?  It is legal to kill … Continue reading

Pro-life advocates and the disability community

Pro-life advocates and the disability community

We are privileged to live in a country that enables us to access advanced medical technologies & procedures. One such innovation, which could be used for good or questionable purposes, is prenatal testing for a variety of medical conditions. Parents may be presented with the option to end the life of a child whose existence is presumed to be painful, … Continue reading

TED talks on prenatal development

Happy Friday, everyone! We wanted to provide you with something a bit lighter than usual as we head into the weekend. How about revisiting some TED videos that touch on some fascinating aspects of our lives before birth? Hope you enjoy them 🙂 First up – VisualMD founder and video creator Alexander Tsiaras gave a TED talk entitled … Continue reading

What about dependency? (Part 2)

For those of you who may have missed my post last week, check out What about dependency (Part I)? before diving into this one.  This post picks up right where Part I ended. Some of you may have wondered after reading my blog post last week…what happens when the mother does not have a choice to provide … Continue reading