anti-choice

Related to anti-choice: pro-life

an·ti-choice

(ăn′tē-chois′, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Opposed to the right of women to choose to terminate a pregnancy by induced abortion.
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It boggles the mind that writers like Michael Ellegood and other anti-choice fanatics continue to assign human qualities to what amounts to a clump of cells in a woman's body.
Wade now that the Supreme Court has an anti-choice majority.
Following the recent passage of restrictive anti-choice state laws in Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri, U.S.
The movement's website claims that women have used the hashtag #ShoutYourAbortion to "reject the expectation of silence and shame." The site claims that the goal is to kill anti-choice legislation by making the act of talking about abortion as "normal as the procedure itself."
She said: "I have taken this in defiance of the extremely outdated, medieval, anti-choice laws that exist in Northern Ireland.
IN RESPONSE TO THE ANNUAL March for Life, held in Paris on January 21, the Rural Movement of Catholic Youth issued a statement calling the march's anti-choice message "intolerance and hate" disguised as Christian values.
As he had explored a run, he faced questions from within his party about his commitment to abortion rights, with 2014 gubernatorial nominee Wendy Davis labeling him "anti-choice" at one point.
The Liberal government announcement came after ARCC revealed in April that 58 anti-choice groups had received Canada summer jobs funding in several ridings since 2011.
Chants included "DUP, go away, anti-choice, anti-gay".
A sea of anti-choice acts since the election Emboldened by the presidential win, there are numerous anti-choice bills that have been introduced.
The United States of America has featured prominently in this debate and has oscillated variously between "choice" and "anti-choice" policies.
One thing: its function is to take every instance of the term "Pro-Life" in web pages that the user is viewing and change it to "anti-choice."