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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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Indeed, while Hendershott offers a wide-ranging critique of the pro-choice movement, she never acknowledges that pro-lifers have employed similar tactics.
Politically, the Pro-choice movement stands with the Democratic party.
When the Hyde ban was implemented, the pro-choice movement immediately challenged this inequitable measure in the courts.
The pro-choice movement "is not making as much of [the contraceptive issue] as it should," she says.
To the degree that Democrats (and all Americans) embrace the idea that abortion is a tragedy to be avoided, and not a right to be celebrated, the professional pro-choice movement (like their counterparts among antiabortion groups) is in for a difficult time.
The pro-life side figured out a long time ago that this is about children, whereas the pro-choice movement is focused on women and choice.
It's futile, they insist, and it makes the pro-choice movement look extreme.
However, the pro-choice movement has long argued that the anti-choice movement uses false advertising to attract women seeking abortion to their "pregnancy crisis centres" in order to dissuade them from choosing abortion (22,23).
The pro-choice movement is celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of Roe v.
It will become one more so-called reason for the pro-choice movement to justify abortion.
As she leaves her $200,000-a-year job, Kissling will not be leaving the pro-choice movement.
The pro-life side figured out a long time ago that this is about children, whereas the pro-choice movement is focused on women and choice," acknowledges Tom Cosgrove, a communications consultant who has researched the opinions of youth for national pro-abortion groups.