Mom arrested, interrogated for disagreeing with transgender about pronouns

Last month, a docker in Northern England was informed by the police in Humberside that he would be the subject of a formal investigation for tweeting out a limerick about transgender people. Several weeks after that, the police in Suffolk contacted a 74-year-old woman, and an officer asked her to stop tweeting comments critical of transgender ideology, and to perhaps consider deleting some of her previous social media posts. And now, the Daily Mail reported over the weekend, it turns out that a 38-year-old mother was arrested in front of her children and locked up in a…

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New York’s new abortion law has pricked consciences…and awakened gruesome abortion defenders

Not since the Center for Medical Progress videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s sale of baby body parts has there been so much widespread outrage against abortion. Despite New York State’s already-liberal abortion regime – feticide was permitted up until 24 weeks – Governor Andrew Cuomo hailed the recent passage of the so-called “Reproductive Health Act,” which essentially allows abortion up until birth by adding “health,” a term that is nearly always used to rubber-stamp all abortions, as a justification for any late-term abortion. Cheering and a standing ovation greeted the passage…

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Thousands Rally Against Legalizing Abortion in Argentina: “It’s a Tragedy Not a Right”

Thousands of Argentinians gathered at their country’s most famous shrine on July 8 to pray that an abortion bill would not be passed. The battle to protect unborn babies in Argentina was punctuated by significant turnout at a Catholic Mass at the Shrine of Our Lady of Lujan, where the faithful came to pray that the passage of a bill legalizing abortion would not come to fruition, Crux reports. Bishop Oscar Ojea denounced the bill during the Mass, stating, “Abortion is not a right but a tragedy.” Miles de personas…

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Catholic Bishop: If Ireland Supports Abortion, Animals Will Have More Protection Than Babies

Irish Catholic Bishop John Buckley urged voters to consider that some animals will have more protections than unborn children in Ireland if voters repeal the Eighth Amendment this week. Crux Now reports Buckley, who serves the diocese of Cork and Ross, appealed to Catholics on May 19 ahead of a critical vote on abortion. Today, Irish voters are going to the polls to decide whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment, which protects unborn babies’ right to life. Abortion activists, backed by some of the world’s richest men , have been…

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Incredible! Unborn Babies Start Learning Language is the Womb

A study has shown that unborn babies can tell the difference between someone speaking to them in English or Japanese. Researchers using non-invasive sensing technology from the University of Kansas Medical Center to measure changes in fetal heart rate found that babies in the womb can distinguish between two rhythmically different languages. A bilingual speaker made two recordings of a passage, one in English, and one in Japanese, which were played to the unborn babies. They found that the foetal heart rates changed when they heard the unfamiliar, rhythmically distinct…

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Woman Dies After Husband Forces Her to Have Four Abortions to Get a Son

Four baby girls and their mother reportedly are dead in China after a man allegedly forced his wife to have four sex-selection abortions. Sex-selection abortions and a preference for sons has caused a population crisis in China. Coupled with China’s oppressive population control measures, which limit families to one or two children, the country is missing millions of girls to abortion and infanticide. In the new case, the Daily Mail reports a woman named Yueyue allegedly died in Shengangzhen, China after her husband forced her to abort four unborn baby girls in…

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Her Baby Was Saved From Abortion When She Went Next Door Instead

When “Jenny” saw her son, “Michael”, for the first time via ultrasound in 2014, the “crisis” of her unplanned pregnancy took an immediate back seat. She had fallen in love, and there was no going back. Working a full-time job and planning to start college the next semester, Jenny would have been an easy target for the abortion industry and its Duluth outpost—kitty-corner from Women’s Care Center. Instead, she’s now the mother of a 3-year-old and pursuing her newfound goal of working with babies in the medical field. “The ultrasound made it so real,”…

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