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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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We have all heard the pro-choice boilerplate statement, "It's my body." Yes it is, but the discussion topic here is the protection of the human life, (or lives), which are inside the mother's body.
The Pro-Choice group now hopes to gain its own affiliation to be a society.
Consistent with her commitments to honesty and evenhandedness, Schlesinger criticizes the historical relationship of both pro-choice and anti-abortion politics to eugenics.
The pro-choice coalition reviewed the Canada Revenue Agency charity tax returns for all crisis pregnancy centres--anti-abortion groups known to provide misinformation on abortion and biased counselling--that received Canada summer jobs grants between 2011 and 2015.
By contrast, in the earliest years Gallup asked this, in 1995 and 1996, there was greater attachment to the pro-choice label, with 56% and 53%, respectively, identifying as such.
"And I think in some ways the 'pro-choice versus pro-life' labels miss the point here.
In Pro-Life, Pro-Choice, Bertha Alvarez Manninen delicately explores the ethics of abortion, believing that a majority of men and women of all ages are tired of the traditional abortion rhetoric.
STATION OF THE CROSS Pro-choice demo at Connolly Station, Dublin, yesterday
VILE She said: "I have received some vile and threatening messages from people, allegedly on the pro-choice side of the debate.
But similar polls that ask people about abortion in "pro-life" and "pro-choice" terms get varied and seemingly contradictory answers.
"There's just one opportunity to elect a pro-choice Democratic woman governor in 2012, and it's in New Hampshire, where former state Sen.
Only four in 10 Americans identify themselves as "pro-choice" when it comes to support for abortion rights, according to a new (http://www.gallup.com/poll/154838/Pro-Choice-Americans-Record-Low.aspx) Gallup poll , the lowest figure recorded by the organization since it began asking the question in 1995.