9 thoughts on “ No Abort - Learning Disabled Kids - Up From The Back (Cassette)

  1. Oct 28,  · The New York Times recently published an op-ed by an woman who proclaims her late-term abortion was the right decision. The piece, called “I Had a Late-Term Abortion. I Am Not a Monster” Lyndsay Werking-Yip, is profoundly misguided and tragic, but also emblematic of an attitude all too prevalent in our culture today. Werking-Yip’s decision [ ].
  2. Apr 22,  · On learning their fetus could have this intellectual disability, between 70 and 85% of pregnant women in the US choose abortion, writes Amy Julia Becker, whose 7 Author: Kristina Chew.
  3. It is not widely known that British law allows for the abortion of children with disabilities right up until birth. Yet in , 3, abortions were carried out on the grounds there was a “substantial risk that if the child were born it would suffer from such physical or mental abnormalities as to .
  4. Feb 22,  · The right to abort a child with disabilities is quickly becoming the duty to do so. Any information challenging that choice—even an anodyne two-minute video—must be airbrushed away.
  5. The children of parents with a learning disability are more likely than any other group of children to be removed from their parents’ care. Parents with a learning disability are often affected by poverty, social isolation, stress, mental health problems, low literacy and communication difficulties.
  6. Abort if disabled or mentally retarded. Ppl who expect these parents to carry theses fetuses to term and raise the children have absolutely no clue or understanding as to what is involved in raising a special needs child. It is a plight that NO parent shoukd ever have to endure. Their life is essentially over.
  7. Jan 25,  · After he was born, we spent a month going back and forth to the NICU in the hospital. We had two other kids at home, so we couldn't just move in like some other parents. When he was released from the hospital, he came home on oxygen, a feeding tube, a physical therapy schedule, and so much medication that one of us was up with him every two hours.
  8. Oct 13,  · Iain said, “We made it clear to the doctors that we didn’t want a child who wasn’t going to be able to ride a bike and do things that normal children do.” Now, Dylan has a permanent tracheotomy, has a deformed arm, slurred speech and must be feed nutrient-rich milk through his stomach.
  9. Oct 11,  · The profound negative effects of incest on unborn children raise the issues of moral consistency and of abortion politics. I understand the pro-life argument. I .

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