sexta-feira, 8 de março de 2013

UN Event Promotes Life in the "Tough Cases" - by Rebecca Oas, Ph.D.

NEW YORK, March 8 (C-FAM) As UN delegates in closed rooms debate language regarding access to abortion for women who have been violated, two women at an event blocks away presented a powerful argument for breaking the cycle of violence by rejecting abortion even when the child's conception is the result of rape.

When people say that women pregnant by rape should get an abortion, "I can tell you that it hurts," said Rebecca Kiessling. She was conceived in a brutal rape. "But I do understand that people don't put a face to this issue. For most it is just a concept." Read More