Ad Week asked 6 ad women to rebrand “pro-choice.” The results are....well....ummm....see for yourself. If this is the best 6 ad women can come up with then maybe abortion advocates should stick with pro-choice.
Simply evolving the language and sentiment from pro-choice to something like pro-me would acknowledge that reproductive rights are a personal decision, one of many, that young women actively participate in every day.
Toledo’s last abortion clinic, whose licensed is scheduled to be revoked in a week, is claiming they’ll become a “woman’s clinic” which doesn’t perform abortions if their surgery license is taken away.
Capital Care’s owner Terrie Hubbard said her attorney will file a petition with the court next week asking that the clinic be allowed to continue offering abortion services while appealing the state order.
Even if the stay is not granted, however, Ms. Hubbard said she plans to keep Capital Care open as a women’s clinic. The clinic would offer gynecological services as well as abortion counseling, Ms. Hubbard said.
In Florida a woman has been arrested months after leaving her newborn child under a sink. She claims she hid her pregnancy because she was forced to have an abortion previously.
A police document shows Breanna LaSean Ross was 18 years old when she gave birth in January. She told police she hid her pregnancy because previously, her mother and the mother of her baby's father forced her into having an abortion. She thought they would make her do the same with this pregnancy.