There are many lies and misinformation circulating lately about later abortions. Don’t fall for it.
The truth is pregnant people seek abortions later in pregnancy for a variety of reasons, including medical problems, difficulty accessing care, and the fear that comes with rape, incest, and abuse.
The truth is abortions performed after 21 weeks of pregnancy are extremely rare (1.3%).
The truth is abortion — at any time — is a deeply personal, medical decision that should be made without interference from politicians and their religious agendas.
No one has to justify or defend how, when, or if they want to raise children. Join us in proclaiming truth about reproductive health, rights, and justice.
Read on to learn how we are living out our pro-faith, pro-family, and pro-choice values. And glean resources to aid you in your truth telling.
My Abortion, My Life: The Podcast
Tune into this podcast which gives voice to those with abortion experiences — including people of faith. Listen to “Who and Whose You Are,” as our executive director reads and discusses Erin’s story about growing up Catholic and how that impacted Erin’s decision to have an abortion. Catch other episodes from My Abortion, My Life: The Podcast here.
Dear Covington Catholic...Choose Love, Choose Life
Students made national news after they disrespected an Indigenous elder at the recent March for Life. Our executive director shares her take on how the actions of the Cincinnati-area students from Covington Catholic High School were not "pro-life," but rooted in white male privilege and religious bigotry, among others. Read the article here.
46 Ways to Celebrate Roe
In honor of the recent anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we collaborated with our partners at NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio to compile this handy list of “46 Things You Can Do to Celebrate Roe v. Wade in 2019.” Read the article here.