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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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In that effort, Henriquez says the Institute plans to partner with a mainstream prochoice group, Choice USA, which has a strong training model.
The values that sustain and give theoretical legitimacy to both the prolife and the prochoice movements command widespread respect.
Ehrenreich, like many of the prochoice movement's writers and intellectuals, would have us believe that the early fetus (and 90 percent of abortions take place in the first three months) is nothing more than a dewy piece of tissue, to be excised without regret.
Prochoice supporters should take his words to heart.
And of course, the prochoice movement trembles while it waits for the proverbial other shoe to drop: When will George W.
Whereas the abortion debate used to be dominated by male professionals, it is now controlled on both the prochoice and prolife sides by women from the grass roots.
Furthermore, the apologetic approach tacitly promotes the myth that the prochoice movement is too extreme.
Being exposed only to the expediency of a prochoice perspective can't help but influence future generations of physicians.
Prochoice activists continue to push for a new referendum to remove Article 40.
Perhaps because of my background, I think there's a logic to the prochoice position that deserves respect, even as we engage it critically.
IN SEPTEMBER 2012, JON O'BRIEN OF CATHOLICS FOR CHOICE AND ANN FUREDI OF bpas convened an international meeting of abortion providers, advocates and academics at Chandos House in London to talk about what it means to be prochoice.