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August 21, 2015


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Philip France

Years ago, I read a book titled “Exposed” authored by Anonymous, M.D., a university psychologist. In it, the author exposes the deleterious psychological and physiological effects of post-abortion women. This includes abnormally high rates of suicide and depression and even breast cancer (a woman who has had two or more abortions is virtually guaranteed to contract breast cancer unless they perish by other means beforehand). There is even a chapter regarding men who are aware that their offspring were aborted and similar deleterious effects occur (with the obvious exception of breast cancer). Most such men experience what psychologists’ term “anniversary depression” during times when the abortion took place.
Where one stands on the subject of abortion is a moral litmus test, if ever there was one.


"Where one stands on the subject of abortion is a moral litmus test, if ever there was one."


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