It has been said by many in the pro-life movement that abortion will be ended when the millions of women it has wounded speak out. Now is their chance.
The American Psychological Association needs help with it's case of denial. It's so wedded to the secular humanist mentality which prohibits any kind of moral code, that it adopts unscientific doctrinaire positions like this one. Women who love the women hurt by abortion; now's your chance to speak out.
Because, as Feminists for Life says,
Women deserve better than abortion.
Last week the American Psychological Association (APA) released a heavily biased report with a sweeping pro-abortion conclusion based upon one solitary study -- to the detriment of American women's health. In recklessly dismissing a body of scientific research which establishes the negative mental health effects associated with abortion, the APA has shown itself to be blind to the scientific evidence and callous towards the well-being of women.
The APA needs to hear from you that a new, more-scientifically based report is needed. Any research needs to be broader in scope and include studies that this report ignored; for example, studies that have highlighted the high prevalence of women affected by repeat abortions or studies that have shown an equally high number of women in the U.S. who have felt "coerced" into their abortions.
There is a growing body of testimony from real women who have suffered from abortion, as cited by last year's Supreme Court decision in Gonzales v. Carhart which upheld the federal ban on partial-birth abortion.
Please contact Dr. Alan E. Kazdin, the current President of the American Psychological Association, and let him know that this biased report does further harm to women by covering up the truth!Thank you for taking action today.
Let the APA Know Abortion Harms Women
Family Research Council