'At that time, I remember, we women said ‘100,000 women die from clandestine abortions. It turns out that 100,000 people died in the whole country, men and women from all diseases. We inflated the figures. It was a very complicated process, where we learned many things.'
Billboards slated to go up in Mississippi and Oklahoma inform women that ‘California is ready to help’ if they ‘need an abortion.' The signs quote Mark 12:31, which reads: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself. There is no greater commandment than these.’
A shocking target of her rage, the author says the Blessed Virgin Mary 'became the most virtue-laden symbol of motherhood there is, her identity entirely eclipsed by the glory of her maternal love.' She claims the Mother of God was a moral model of 'unattainable goodness' and 'perpetual servitude' that can be 'stifling and unforgiving.'
'[T]he abortion industry is reluctant to tell the truth that late-term abortions are happening in Canada. Why? Perhaps they fear that if Canadians knew this truth, it might wake them up to the abhorrent nature of all abortions.'