Six years ago while on a trip home to visit my parents, I had the privilege to take a four hour drive and meet a woman who I have come to know.
When I first began university, I was not surprised to see that the in-class dialogue about the issue of abortion was disproportionately pro-abortion.
WARNING: This article from Terri Schiavo's brother Bobby Schindler contains a graphic image, below, that may be unsettling for readers.
In 1977, Melissa Ohden survived a saline infusion abortion. Now she is the founder of The Abortion Survivors Network, an organization that exists
In the days since Governor Mike Pence signed Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) into law, much has been presented in the media
It starts under the pretense of alleviating suffering, but it ends up killing the most vulnerable among us. I’m talking about physician-assisted
I was raped on my way to a professional exam. After the incident, I kept telling myself that it didn’t happen and I had to move on. I almost
We've often heard it said that those of us against abortion impose our beliefs on others. Our opposition to abortion is not based on a mere belief
My precious daughter was conceived in rape, and I am grateful for her life and the loving amazing person she is. It is my love for my daughter
As I was perusing Twitter the other day, I saw a picture of a woman displaying a fire engine-red purse that was supposed to signify “pro-choice”
It’s hard to know where to start with my story -- I guess from the beginning. I was conceived when my mom was raped by an encyclopedia salesman
Lately at Equal Rights Institute we have been emphasizing the importance of showing compassion to people, listening to them, and loving them.
In a recent article on Yahoo! Parenting, pseudonymous Sophie Horan wrote about her decision to abort her baby who was diagnosed with Down syndrome.