Abortion

RU-486

Ru-486 abortions, often referred to as medical abortions, require women to take two pills at different times. The first pill is to end the child’s life by blocking receptors of progesterone, a key hormone for maintaining pregnancy, and the second pill is to cause contractions that expel the child. However, the results of the pill can be reversed with additional medication, if taken within 72 hours. If you know anyone who took RU-486, direct them to Abortion Pill Reversal or to 877-558-0333 as soon as possible.

Partial Birth Abortion

This procedure is used from 16 weeks through the end of the pregnancy. The abortionist uses forceps to pull the legs through the birth canal, delivering the baby’s feet, legs, and body. Scissors are then used to puncture the base of the back of the baby’s head and a suction device is inserted to suction out the baby’s brain so the skull will easily collapse and the dead child can be removed. This Supreme Court case Gonzales v. Carhart in 2007 made this procedure illegal in the United States.

Rape & Abortion

Abortions for cases of pregnancy from rape account for approximately 1% of the 1.1 million abortions occurring annually. AFL opposes abortion in cases of rape, as victims often report feeling more traumatized or violated by the abortion than the rape, and children who were conceived through rape should not be killed based on how they were conceived. To learn more, we recommend visiting Choices4Life.

Down Syndrome

Trisonmy 21, also known as Down Syndrome, is a genetic disorder stemming from a full or partial 3rd copy of the 21st chromosome. People with Down Syndrome usually have low muscle tone & developmental delays. With special programs & therapies children can achieve normal milestones. Adults with Down Syndrome can also lead normal lives & often report being generally happy. Unfortunately, where there is a prenatal diagnosis of Down Syndrome, the abortion rate is over 90%.

Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion business in the US & receives over $500 million dollars annually in tax dollars. The organization was founded by Margaret Sanger, a proponent of birth control as a means of population control. There are also reports that Planned Parenthood has encouraged sex selection abortions, ignored statutory rape laws, & harvested baby body parts, as revealed in undercover videos by the Center for Medical Progress. Learn more at Stop Planned Parenthood.

Learn about Abortion

According to the Alan Guttmacher Institute, 43% of US women under the age of 45 will have at least one abortion. Abortion often leads to a form of post-traumatic stress and many who have experienced abortion lost a child to abortion benefit from abortion after-care programs conducted worldwide. Abortion is the most common surgical procedure for women in the United States.

The majority (57%) of women having abortions are in their 20s, fewer than 1% are younger than 15, while 16% are aged 15–19

African American women of child-bearing age make up about 12% of the U.S. population but have about 38% of all abortions. In the last 43 years, over 18 million African American babies have died by abortion.

13% of abortion parents say they are “born-again or evangelical Christians” 43% are Protestant and 27% are Catholic

When are abortions performed?

89% of all abortions are performed during the first 12 weeks of pregna-ncy, 10% occur during the 13th week thru 20th. Approximately 13,310 abortions occur after the 21st week each year.

Why are abortions performed?

1% of abortions are for Rape/Incest victims. 3% of abortions are because genetic testing has revealed that the unborn baby has a fetal anomaly. 3% of abortions are performed due to the health of the mother – the reason most often cited for needing legalized abortion. 93% of the abortions performed annually are considered ‘elective’.


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