pro-abortion

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Translations

pro-abortion

[ˌprəʊəˈbɔːʃən] ADJpro-aborto, proabortista
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One of her deputies is Canadian Stephen Lewis, former leader of the Ontario NDP and another doctrinaire proabortionist and anti-Catholic.
After the November 4 mid-term elections, one especially bitter proabortionist, Imani Gandy, gloomily insisted their battle was to escape being "corralled in Republican-funded breeding farms, serving as little more than brood mares in a dystopian landscape that would make even Margaret Atwood shudder.
To expect responsibility from the proabortionist, to look for mercy for the powerless from people who honestly believe our biggest problem today is that there is not enough "access" to abortion--which is simply shorthand for more and more and more and more abortions--is to the miss the whole point.
As part of our year-long commemoration of this dreadful Supreme Court case, we're running in each issue either a revealing portrait of the abortion mentality written by a proabortionist, a critique by a prominent pro-lifer, or, as is the case this time, a damning expose of the pro-abortion bias found in the media written by a non-partisan.
That, the paper claims, along with the Treaty's Charter of Rights, will leave Ireland open to attack from European proabortionists.
represents nothing less than a disastrous defeat for proabortionists, who have unsuccessfully stood for tax-subsidized abortion on demand.
That is why, when it comes to abortion and proabortionists insist on theirs as "the Jewish" or "the Judaic view," the right question is: "Which Jew?
Who's to say that proabortionists won't soon be talking about having an abortion to avoid stretch marks just to make a point: it's none of your business why they dispatch this kid to the great unknown.
Why are ultrasounds important and why do proabortionists so adamantly oppose them?
Think how many times, especially in the last year, that speech (and behavior) proabortionists don't like is placed in the "hate speech" category.
Thus if pro-lifers were to withdraw from the formulation of public policy they would not only abandon the powerful tool of "teaching through law" but come close to agreeing with the proabortionists that abortion is a purely personal matter.
In the case of the Catholic Church, for example, proabortionists went to court over that church's pro-life activities in order to deprive it of its tax-exempt status and make it ineffective in the arena of public policy.