pro-choice

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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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But the pro-choicer does not want to deny human equality among the postnatal.
He says he's pro-life, but he ran twice as a pro-choicer in Massachusetts, and then right around the time he thought about running for president, he magically became an opponent of abortion rights.
This last turn of events provoked some controversy, as conservatives wondered whether a pro-choicer could really be trusted to shepherd Bush's judicial nominees through a contentious confirmation process.
One pro-choicer got up and gave a seat to a pro-lifer who had been standing for a long time.
For good measure, the newly moderate and, supposedly, "values"-concerned pro-choicer adds that the number of abortions needs to be reduced, because abortions are bad.