Category Archives: Abortion
In the recent abortion debate, the battle lines have been drawn between feminists and everyone else. In my view, this is a false dichotomy. It is possible to be pro-life and a feminist. These two ideologies are not, and have never been … Continue reading
The Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced that it will make pre-abortion counselling mandatory for all women seeking an abortion. This is truly a step in the right direction. Here is the link to the news report. Ministry of Health … Continue reading
I refer to the article “Number of abortions in Singapore fell in last six years” by Andrea Ong (13 Nov 2013). I was very heartened to read about the general decline in total number of abortions in Singapore, especially among … Continue reading
“One of Us” is one of the first registered ECIs in the European Union. It’s goal is to greatly advance the protection of human life from conception in Europe – within the possibilities of the competency of the EU. Based … Continue reading
The number of abortions in Singapore has gone down by 12% in the last 6 years (2006 – 2012). Another great piece of news! Hopefully as more Singaporeans get educated on the devastating impact of abortion, and as more initiatives to counsel … Continue reading
Abortion does not make you un-pregnant, it makes you the mother of a dead baby.
What an irony that a society confronted with plastic bags filled with the remains of aborted babies should be more concerned about the problem of recycling the plastic. – Winifred Egan
These numbers speak for themselves: Total number of abortions performed in Singapore from 1970 to 2012: 610685 Since then, abortions have increased by up to 5.4 times. Year with lowest number of abortions: 1970 Year with highest number of abortions: 1985 … Continue reading
American pro-life activist, author and minister, niece of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.
“The holocaust against the unborn is the greatest sin they could ever do or even ever participate in.” Called the accidental activist, Norma McCorvey’s journey to becoming pro-life was quite unconventional. She was none other than the ‘Jane Roe’ in … Continue reading
“We fed the public a line of deceit, dishonesty, a fabrication of statistics and figures. We succeeded because the time was right and the news media cooperated. We sensationalized the effects of illegal abortions, and fabricated polls which indicated that 85 … Continue reading
The Sunday Times featured an article by Rachel Chang entitled “Feminism means making your own choices” (14 July 2013). The author laments how women of this generation are failing to cast off the shackles of yesterday and march shoulder-to-shoulder with older … Continue reading