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Comment by Alice on December 4th, 2012 at 10:01 am

Many women feel relief, happiness and complete ease after having an abortion. Those emotions need to be included in your article. Some women grieve, some women temporarily, some for longer. Some women grieve and feel relief. Some women feel only relief.

The wide range of emotions, positive and negative, need to be present in your article.

4000 years for choice highlights the different herbs women have used for 4000 years to induce abortion.

Comment by Alice on December 4th, 2012 at 10:06 am

It would be good to get information directly from women who have had abortions with regards to the ethics. Currently, the article reads like people of faith who will never have abortions have a moral claim over this act. It reads like faith is the ultimate decision maker when it comes to having an abortion.

The question isn’t whether or not abortion is moral. A woman can make her own decisions about that. The question is will there be safe legal access, or will it be an illegal abortion?

IN reality, women of all faiths have abortions. Men of all faiths create unplanned pregnancies. Nearly 1 in 3 women will have an abortion in her lifetime. 67% of all women who have abortions are already mothers.

From a moral standpoint, it’d be good to include the language of both sides. Rather than pro-life (they have no moral issues with warfare), it’s anti-choice.

Choice includes birth, abortion, adoption.

Comment by Jennifer Tanabe on December 4th, 2012 at 6:20 pm

Thank you Alice for your feedback. The article will be revised taking into consideration your comments. Thank you again for helping to make NWE a valuable informational resource.

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