the common ground on polarised abortion viewpoints

There has to be some sort of common ground or rational dialog is impossible. (Silence of Mind) In a discussion about the polarised corners of thinking on the issue of abortion, blogger Silence… Continue reading

a question for pro-lifers – what does success look like?

I’m still trying to understand what people who campaign against abortions are hoping to achieve. I left a comment on one of Tom Quiner‘s posts recently and haven’t had any answers yet, so thought… Continue reading

a pro-life christian worth reading

The abortion debate in the USA seems ever more polarised. And am I right to think that a big chunk of the vote for Trump came from conservative Christians voting on this one issue?… Continue reading

therapeutic perspectives on the trump victory

There are a lot of upset people in the world right now. And certainly from many perspectives the election of Donald Trump as the next president of the USA could be described as… Continue reading

why men know more about childbirth than women

whether or not babies are horrible monsters that for some strange reason decide to take over a woman’s body only to come bursting out like the monsters in the Alien movies […] It makes… Continue reading

deceitful games of anti-abortionists

content warning: post contains explicit discussion on abortion I held in my hand a model of a 12 week old preborn human being, also known as a fetus, or also known as a… Continue reading

choosing language carefully – being considerate

I make no claims to be a ‘nice’ person who is aware of every social nuance, nor am I a calm person who doesn’t enjoy flying off the handle now and then. What I… Continue reading

moronic comment of the month – comparing abortion to slavery

In a place where it [abortion] is already illegal, it is probably best to keep it that way. In a place where it is legal and common, I doubt there is much that… Continue reading

emotion-free abortion arguments

The argument [for abortion] is remarkably straightforward and emotion-free. (John Zande on Random Thoughts) Makagutu links to a very interesting article in his post On Abortion, which has numerous examples of anti-abortion women believing… Continue reading

a nice idea about working together

One of the sad issues about minority groups is that we are all trying to struggle out from underneath the controlling blanket of oppression and discrimination. Whether we are women, black, disabled people,… Continue reading