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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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The prochoice movement can lay an equally strong claim to an important strain in American and Western traditions.
The problem with much prochoice thinking is suggested by the movement's chief slogan, "a woman's right to control her body," which fails to acknowledge that the great moral and biological conundrum is precisely that another body is involved.
Cuomo routinely used words like "tragedy" to describe abortion, despite the obvious discomfort this caused his prochoice supporters.
A similar feeling that things have not turned out the way they were supposed to pervades the medical wing of the prochoice movement.
Perhaps one of the most remarkable findings to emerge from this research is how distinct the women activists on the two sides are, but how much alike the prochoice and prolife male activists are.
In contrast, our position is prowoman, profamily, prochild and prochoice.
Strongly prochoice positions are carved out by the leadership of such organizations even when polls show their rank-and-file membership to be more evenly divided.
Prochoice groups have sprung up all over Ireland over the last few months.
I don't believe that even among the most fervent prochoice people there is anybody who rejoices over abortion.
The following statement from the meeting is being advanced through discussions in the prochoice community around the world to foster reflection, discussion and our understanding of what it means to support choice.
Some who have previously supported prochoice policies have retracted those statements.
I first got publicly active in the prochoice movement after the Webster v.