Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.

Abortion-Inducing Drugs

September 13th, 2018 Viewed 833 times

In her latest article on the Kavanaugh nomination, Ann Althouse discusses the question about what exactly birth control is supposed to do. Much of the pro-life movement wants to distance itself from the birth control discussion for obvious reasons; however, there is a link.

In the mind of many, abortion is just another form of birth control, only instead of preventing conception, fertilization or implantation, the abortion component of the debate has been limited to discussing the medical procedure needed to remove a baby/fetus from the womb after the pregnancy is discovered.

More Videos Coming Out Against Planned Parenthood

July 23rd, 2015 Viewed 1793 times

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Planned Parenthood volunteers help bring the fight for health insurance reform to the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Are the videos on Planned Parenthood making an impact?  For those that are already pro-life, the gruesome facts of abortion are part of the reason that they’re pro-life.  The ones that these videos are targeting are the fence-sitting people who are pro-choice.  You know the ones, those that say they are personally against abortion but that they wouldn’t stop someone else from getting one.  These videos are intended to get those people to firmly join the pro-life side and restrict if not eliminate abortion.

When the first video came out, it made quite a splash and it was powerful.  When the second video came out, I thought, “Wow, they made sure to get more than one source” and they had to, since the first thing that Planned Parenthood could say was that this didn’t happen in multiple places– it was just this one doctor.  Now there are rumblings that there are even worse videos waiting in the wings ready to come out.

Will this have an effect on these moderates?

Morning After Pill Available to Girls Under 16 in UK

June 18th, 2015 Viewed 1430 times, 1 so far today

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Young girls are having to deal with growing up earlier in our current culture.  If it’s not giving them shots to ward off sexually transmitted diseases, it’s allowing them to get the morning after pill at ages younger than 16:

My daughter Karam Kaur Gill is 11 years old. To me she is a sweet, innocent baby.

Of course we have to accept that in actual fact she is not a baby, and she is on the verge of becoming a teenager, but still we are holding off for as long as possible. Shame then that she isn’t.

At her primary school they are being taught all about sexual health, about life, love and living. Last week she came home with a booklet all about feelings, changes, keeping safe, bodies, babies and families.

It detailed body changes, puberty, the boy/girl thing (their words not ours), diagrams of vaginas and penises in graphic detail.

And of course it touched on reproduction and sexual relationships. Needless to say inwardly we were mortified, feeling that she is way too young.

But apparently not. The morning-after pill has been made available to girls under 16 for the first time. Why are girls under 16 even having sex?

Read more: Morning-after pill for under 16s? It’s madness, says one VERY angry mother who fears it will encourage underage girls to have unprotected sex

It reminds me of my tongue-in-cheek post, Plan B – Buy It For Your Underage Girlfriend!  This just spells danger and culture that doesn’t understand the basic idea that within marriage is the only place to have sex.

Image: Girl smile by vagawi 

Why Some Women Think It’s Economically Responsible to Kill Our Kids

September 20th, 2012 Viewed 1837 times

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Ever the liberal website, Jezebel makes the argument that birth control and abortion are economic issues.  Their reasoning goes something like this:

Here’s a really important, apparently little-known fact that might blow some minds, if only it would sink in: pregnancy and childbirth cost money. A lot of it. And many, many organizations have been trying to point this out for a very long time. People’s grandmothers have already gotten headaches from banging their heads against this wall. So why the notion that women’s health is separate from “the economy” still a notion that’s given any credence whatsoever?

The author then launches into this cost estimate for raising a child, and since there are costs both for the parents and for the country, the reasoning goes, it’s an economic issue that can be solved by either preventing pregnancy from happening or removing the pregnancy if it happens.

What’s telling is the following paragraph:

Is This Billboard Shocking or Unsettling?

May 7th, 2011 Viewed 1602 times


That’s what CBS Outdoor thought:

This time CBS said that the picture needed to go because abortion “is a potentially emotional topic that might be unduly disturbing to young women who may have made the kinds of choices that the displays deal with,” according to the complaint.

A message from the company to Counsel board member Betty LaRosa stated that CBS could not accept “images which might be deemed shocking, unsettling or even manipulative,” the complaint states….

CBS “insisted that if LEC would just get rid of the baby picture, the advertisement may run,” the plaintiffs says.

HT: Jill Stanek

Because the School Knows Best

March 24th, 2010 Viewed 1822 times

In The Window

Pregnancy should be the most exciting time in a young woman’s life.  It should be the time where you count the days (and sometimes hours) until the new life inside the womb makes an appearance on the world’s stage.

Unfortunately, for many new mothers, pregnancy is accompanied by worry, concern, and shame.

Next Being Headed For Extinction: Girls

March 9th, 2010 Viewed 1861 times

A Walk in the Park

For all the cheering from the feminists about how science may yet prove that men are not necessary because women may be able to have children without the need for that pesky X chromosome, the truth is that it’s not the male gender that is in danger—but the female.

Pro-Life Fridays

November 20th, 2009 Viewed 1817 times

A Walk in the Park

We’re going to resurrect Pro-Life Fridays and start looking again at life in the womb by answering some more Pro-Choice questions.

This is an exciting time for the Pro-Life movement, for in the middle of a terrible health care bill came a surprise in the further limiting of Federal Funding when it comes abortions.

So, this should be an interesting topic as the question of life comes back to the foreground.

Children as Young as 12 Having Abortions

June 29th, 2009 Viewed 3484 times

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When it comes to sex, America is considered prudish compared to the rest of the world.  The rest of the world sees itself as liberated, without the moral boundaries that some in the States still cling to.

From England, we read this shocking piece of news:

“I’m Personally Pro-Life”

January 23rd, 2009 Viewed 2831 times

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Says the person with a conflicted conscience.

The society that we live in today has a problem.  It is at the same time very opinionated as well as believing that the moral high ground rests in not telling others their opinion, all the while telling you their opinion.


Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.