By Klara McKee – ProLife Youth Blogger
What would you do if a friend came up to you said, "I am pregnant. Help." What if one morning you're in math class and someone you have known for years asks for help because they think they could be pregnant, but they don't have a parent or adult they trust. What would you say? How would you react? Would you criticize them for their choices? Would you call them names? Would you judge them? Would you hug them? Would you tell them that everything will be okay and you want to help? What would you do?
By Cambria Stame — ProLife Youth Blogger
Although not explicitly pro life, Broadway’s Wicked contains elements reminiscent of the pro life cause. Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz focuses on the unlikely friendship between Glinda and Elphaba, two witches also featured in MGM’s film adaptation The Wizard of Oz.
Casey Dust — ProLife Youth Blogger
What is your first thought when you see a teen mom? I think it should be one of admiration.
Hannah Morris – ProLife Youth blogger
There comes a time when every pro-life person is faced with a situation that forces them to evaluate their beliefs about abortion and under what circumstances they do or do not find it morally acceptable. A large number of people oppose elective abortions with a few caveats: rape, incest, or endangerment of the mother’s life. Others, especially within the Catholic faith, oppose elective abortion for any reason. When we encounter a woman facing an abortion for one of these more complicated reasons, our beliefs are either strengthened or called into question. This week mine were questioned.
By AudreyGail Grace — ProLife Youth Blogger
The phrase, "right to abortion," is persevered by abortion advocates. This expression is useful in silencing opposition, because no one wants to be accused of being a misogynist for disregarding women's rights. But is there actually a constitutional right to abortion?
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