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Lauredhel is an Australian woman and mother with a disability. She blogs about disability and accessibility, social and reproductive justice, gender, freedom from violence, the uses and misuses of language, medical science, otters, gardening, and cooking.

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  1. Batocchio
    Batocchio at |

    Why do you hate our freedom to, umm, strip women of reproductive freedom and sane medical care?

    Seriously, good digging. It’s one thing for these people to say they oppose abortion. Okay. But lying about the facts is immoral.

  2. amphibious
    amphibious at |

    I followed the link – wow, what a bunch of headbangers!
    By their works shall ye know them – particularly loved the sidebar -Sign petition against “single payer health scheme” Wunda why….?

  3. Crowlie
    Crowlie at |

    If they love life so much, how come they don’t give a rats arse after the child is born? Surely the same people would then be campaigning for really good sex education and fantastic single mother support?

    Oh, and what was that crack about “even if religion is removed from the issue of abortion of a human child, without life as the ultimate ethic, no objective ethical standard remains;” What is that supposed to mean, that if you don’t agree with religious people about forcing women to have children then you don’t love any child or value any human life?

    These freaks are kind of disproof of evolution aren’t they, I mean, they keep getting more stupid and more controlling every generation. Maybe they’re inbreeding in them there Mormon fundamentalist hell holes?

  4. Mama Bear
    Mama Bear at |

    Thank you so much for providing that link to the American Cancer Society. I’d always wondered why some studies concluded that induced abortion resulted in increased cancer risk and why some didn’t… Now I know (recall bias)!

    And as for the rest of your post… I am SO impressed. You are an excellent researcher. My hat’s off to you. Don’t ever stop.

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