Sorry. That’s what they are. When you threaten people, try to prevent access to clinics, fire-bomb clinics, threaten doctors, release their personal information, and in some cases kill them, that is terrorism.
I’m sorry that society at large in the US doesn’t want to call it what it is because of it’s affiliation with Christianity and it’s pretty name, but when you support pro-life activists, you are supporting domestic terrorism.
99% of pro-life people don’t do any of those things! You are taking the minority and the extremists and making it out to be the majority which is completely wrong in every sense. Your generalizations are not spot on at all. I think you need to educate yourself and maybe talk to pro-life people and have conversations with them instead of assuming.
Abstract: This paper outlines some of the harsh realities about the incidence and safety of legal versus illegal abortion in the modern world. Countries where abortion is legal are compared to countries where it is illegal to highlight the shocking injustice being done to [people] who do not have access to safe, legal abortion. That, and the tragedy of unwanted children, highlights the far-reaching health and social benefits of legalized abortion.
- Some Basic Information About Abortion Around the World
- Countries Where Abortion is/was Illegal
- Countries Where Abortion is Legal
- The Critical Role of Contraception
- The Plight of Unwanted Children
- Benefits of Legal Abortion
- The Anti-Choice Campaign Against Abortion
- Bibliography / References
- Citations for Unwanted Children Studies
The only problem I have with this is, as always, that it deems abortion a ‘women’s’ issue. All instances of ‘woman’ should be read as person.