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March for Life and The Feminist Case Against Abortion

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women for nonviolent choices

The March for Life is happening this weekend in Washington D.C.  Not all feminists support abortion on demand. Restricting abortion was originally a progressive cause. Read Serrin M. Foster in America Magazine here: The Feminist Case Against Abortion. For more we recommend the book, Prolife Feminism: Yesterday & Today. Photos from the march after the jump:

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Catholic Pro-Lifers at the Women’s March? Get Used to It.

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Anna Keating and her sisters

I went to the Women’s March as a Pro-Life Feminist with a Pro-Life sign. More on why after the jump. Simcha Fisher on how Catholics are politically homeless and taking to the streets: Catholic Pro-Lifers at the Women’s March? Get Used to It. Frederica Matthewes-Green: When Abortion Stopped Making SensePro-Choice and Pro-Life Feminists Should March Together.

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Susan B. Anthony Would Have Been Unwelcome at the Women’s March

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March on Washington

The Women’s March on Washington has banned pro-life feminists from sponsoring after this Atlantic article came out. By this standard: Susan B. Anthony, MLK, Malcom X, Gandhi, Dorothy Day, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and others would be unwelcome. The Washington PostSusan B. Anthony Would Never Have Joined The Women’s March on Washington. More after the jump. Huff Po. The NY Times.

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12.23
When Did Feminism Become Anti-Motherhood?

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It’s odd to be celebrating the heroism of Mary — carrying her pregnancy with Jesus to term in the face of potential stoning — in a culture, that devalues motherhood and children, both born and unborn. The Huffington PostWhen Did Feminism Become Anti-Motherhood? The bourgeois are addicted to personal safety, myself included. We look at unseen heroism, self-sacrifice, and risk and say ‘no thank you.’ How can we understand Mary’s Magnificat?

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