Those who plead for an extensive relaxation of the law [against abortion] have no idea of the very many cases where a woman who, during the first three months, makes a most impassioned appeal for her pregnancy to be 'finished,' later, when the baby is born, is thankful indeed that it was not killed while still an embryo. During my long years in practice I have had many a letter of the deepest gratitude for refusing to accede to an early appeal.
Dr. Aleck Bourne, who in 1938 successfully fought the law against abortion in the UK
Abortion rights author sparks criticism at book presentation
Mary Ann Sorrentino asserts that when a woman becomes pregnant when she didn't intend to be, yeah, abortion is sad, but it's necessary because in such a situation "There is no happy outcome."
I'm living proof that this is a crock. As are any number of other women.
Abortion is an act of despair. Who wants to peddle despair?
Those who profit from despair: abortionists and the abortion lobby.
And, for whatever reason, Mary Ann Sorrentino.