pro-choice

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pro-choice

noun abortion advocate, accepting abortion, approving abortion, endorsing abortion, in favor of abortion, pro-abortion, sanctioning abortion, supporting legalized abortion, supportive of abortionGenerally: self-determination
Associated concepts: abortion on demand, legalized aborrion, spontaneous abortion, voluntary abortion
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Wade, Time magazine ran a cover story emphasizing the decline of access to abortion services and the fragmentation of the pro-choice movement in the United States.
Hendershott critizes the pro-choice movement for trying to suppress information that might injure its cause.
The affiliations of the religiously-oriented members of the Pro-choice movement are varied.
We believe that offering fun, youth-targeted events will encourage young people to join pro-LIFE activity in a positive way, By making the pro-LIFE cause more socially mainstream, our efforts will help neutralize the stigma that many in the pro-choice movement and the media seek to apply to LIFE.
Lastly, the authors suggest deepening the abortion access debate to take account of the disability rights framework, which offers the pro-choice movement the best opportunity to shift the abortion debate to a positive platform on human rights.
org), whose political action committee devotes millions of dollars to electing pro-life women orpro-life men running against pro-choice women, has sought to portray pro-life politicians who voted for the health care reform legislation--including Dahlkemper and Driehaus--as former pro-lifers who have sold out to the pro-choice movement.
Maintaining a vibrant presence in the country's largest and most influential state is vitally important to the pro-choice movement.
set the framework because they demonize those of us in the pro-choice movement," Veazey told Religion News Service.
Bill participated in a panel discussion at a law school this past March where a young law student asked how he and other males could contribute to the pro-choice movement.
As the mainstream pro-choice movement has focused on keeping abortion legal overall, the promise of Roe v.
THE GOOD NEWS FOR THE PRO-choice movement is that it has learned how to compete.
A lot of people in the pro-choice movement see this drug as a panacea,'' Hern said.