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A Dozen Ways a Smaller, Older Population Might be Awesome

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We have lots of reasons to look to a changing demographic future with curiosity and optimism. While many of us fret about unaffordable housing or traffic jams caused in part by population pressures, a trending chorus of depopulation doomsaying laments … Continue reading

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Conservative Opposition to Contraception and At-home Therapeutic Miscarriage Funnels Women to Clinic Abortions

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Clinic-based abortion would be almost obsolete were it not for conservative policies and priorities. Imagine that over the next fifteen years we could reduce abortion by 90 percent simply by improving pregnancy prevention. Imagine, further, that during this same fifteen … Continue reading

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Claiming Abortion Care as a Positive Social Good—Four Steps to Permanently Change the Conversation and Win

Will our daughters, sons and young neighbors have the same reproductive rights we have? Only if advocates of chosen childbearing tap the deep moral roots and emotions beneath abortion care. Picture a future in which children come into the world … Continue reading

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Why I am Pro-Abortion, not Just Pro-Choice

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I believe that abortion care is a positive social good — and I think it’s time people said so. Not long ago, the Daily Kos published an article titled, I Am Pro-Choice, Not Pro-Abortion. “Has anyone ever truly been pro-abortion?” … Continue reading

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