Mercatornet: Women Oppose Abortion Politics

| May 27, 2017

Contrary to impressions given in the media, by professional bodies such as the Royal college of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and by most Parliamentarians, an overwhelming majority of Britons actually want to make it harder for women to get abortions, a new poll reveals. It is particularly striking how much support there is amongst women […]

Mercatornet: How one Nairobi woman saves young mothers from the pressure to abort

| April 12, 2017

Domitila Ayot is a humble heroine of the slums. All Anne* wanted when she left her poor home in rural Kenya after finishing high school in 2014 was to make some money in Nairobi so she could go back, clear her fees, and redeem her certificate so she could apply for college. But in late […]

Mercatornet: A de-sexed society is a de-humanised society

| June 11, 2016

Physical reality exists independent of “gender identity non-discrimination” law—or any man-made law. Laws have no power to make reality go away, but they can change how people behave in response to reality. They can enforce disregard for reality through speech protocols, social and economic pressures, invasions of privacy, and thought policing. And that is what the […]

Family Edge: Side Effects of the Pill 102: Death

| August 3, 2015

Where would you expect to find a film about the oral contraceptive pill which begins with the comment that this is “the first medical drug made specifically to treat people who aren’t sick”? Not at a bastion of liberal opinion such as the UK Guardian website. But that is where the video above was posted […]

MercatorNet: The Bottom Line of What Those Videos Reveal

| August 3, 2015

By Sheila Liaugminas Read it and weep. The simpler, clearer version of what’s going on in the abortion industry all this time. If you haven’t watched the damning videos of Planned Parenthood officials discussing fetal tissue donation (or, in plain language, exchanging aborted babies’ body parts for money), you should watch them now before you read further. […]

The Ambiguous Legacy of The Pill

| December 3, 2014

By Jennifer Roback Morse at Mercatornet I am in the process of writing a book which argues that the Sexual Revolution has been a rich person’s hobby horse from the beginning. The rich and powerful like the idea of separating sex from child-bearing. While this idea is sometimes wrapped up in a disguise of helping woman […]