Q: How to Cope with Motherhood after Abortion

A:Accept your grief. Most women don't grieve after having an abortion. They want to see the abortion as a necessary choice, not the loss of a potential child. As ...Read More »

Q: What Political Party Favors Abortion?

A:No one. favors. abortion. There are parties that support pro-choice which means they support a woman's choice to go through a pregnancy or not, access to sexual...Read More »

Q: How to forget the lost motherhood/aborted child?

A:You did the right thing for that child. It would have been the wrong thing to have had the baby if you couldn't feed it. It just wasn't the right time. You have...Read More »

Q: Which political party is pro choice on abortion?

A:the democrat party is pro-choice.Read More »

Q: What were the political trends on abortion prior to Roe v. Wade?

A:This. article. published in a 1979 issue of the Michigan Law Review includes several informative tables about trends in public opinion about abortion before the...Read More »

abortion and the politics of motherhood

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In this important study of the abortion controversy in the United States, Kristin Luker examines the issues, people, and beliefs on both sides of the abortion .
In this important study of the abortion controversy in the United States, Kristin Luker examines the issues, people, and beliefs on both sides of the abortion .
Kristin Luker s Abortion and the Politics of Motherhood is an excellent addition to the growing body of research that addresses these questions. Luker intensively .
Luker is the author of five books: Taking Chances: Abortion and the Decision Not to Contracept (1975), Abortion and the Politics of Motherhood (1984), Dubious .
Abortion and the Politics of Motherhood has 93 ratings and 5 reviews. Katherine said: Wow, this is a tremendous book. I read it when it came out and I ca.
Summary. In Abortion and the Politics of Motherhood, Kristin Luker has written an extremely readable, highly structured account of the history of .
Popular Q&A

Abortions And your feelings?
I have thought about this quite a bit over the years. The wide spread of opinions is incredible, matched only by the passion of the activists on all sides. This is an issue that few people are even able to have a civilized discussion about. Complicating it further is that there are few that...

Pro Abortion Or Pro Life?
Pro Life. I don't understand how people can be pro choice/pro abortion. Since when does a woman get to chose if their child lives or dies? It is a human being and for anyone to deny a human being life just because they dont want to take care of it is not just irresponsibility, it should be...

Why does it say threatened abortion on my labour notes?
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Whats the simplest procedure to get rid of a pregnancy at home safely without going through an abortion?
I notice that you say "get rid of a pregnancy" and "miscarriage of the pregnancy." You do know there's a baby in there, right? You can't become "unpregnant" without killing your own child (or giving birth!). Just one week after you miss your period, your baby's heart is already beating. ...

Is there any alternative to abortion?
Trying to induce abortion yourself can be done, but it is extremely dangerous, and if you and your partner care about her life, you will see a professional. You can make an appointment with her doctor, or see someone at a free or sliding-scale clinic if money and privacy are factors. There...