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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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Morally opposed pro-choicers, unlike anti-choicers, can answer Yes, to the following: Do you believe women are sensitive and compassionate individuals who make profound decisions conscientiously, with as much knowledge and caring as possible?
Written to and for both pro-lifers and pro-choicers, Kreeft shows a sensitivity and concern for his adversaries that is too uncommon in books on this issue.
Reproductive Health Services -- as a major victory; "pro-choicers," Isaacson among them, viewed it as the first chipping away of legal abortion, secured in the 1972 benchmark case Roe vs.
Here at The Nation, we get a steady sprinkling of unsolicited essays from clever pro-choicers who imagine that the anti-choicers are merely laboring under some theo-biological mistake.
"Journalist Lauren Booth, a pro-choicer who has also had an abortion, said she recoiled when watching the film's pivotal moment," the Daily Telegraph reported.
Literally, as I was writing this article I exchanged e-mails with a gentleman whose ambivalence on abortion has always been transparent but who is well-known as a self-identified "pro-choicer."
As leading pro-choicer and biotech legal expert Lori Andrews and I argued in a recent op-ed (Chicago Tribune, August 8, 2001), this is false.
Glover [a self-described "pro-choicer"] has now raised concerns that this dreadful period of potential vulnerability to pain may extend as far back as 17 weeks' gestation.
Al Gore, once--supposedly--a pro-lifer, has become a fanatical "pro-choicer."
Bush with unsolicited advice: choose a "pro-choicer" for the number two slot.
The Missouri combatants defy the usual stereotypes -- that pro-choicers are irreligious, sexually permissive, or politically radical, and that pro-lifers are hostile to welfare, sex, birth control, and women's equality.