TikTok Reinstates Pro-Life Org Live Action, Says Initial Ban for ‘Multiple Community Guidelines Violations’ Was ‘Result of a Human Error’
Chinese-owned social media platform TikTok said it had reinstated the account of pro-life organization Live Action, after Live Action announced Friday that it had been permanently banned, without explanation, “due to multiple Community Guidelines violations.”Read More
There have been a lot of headlines about birth this week. Media outlets at the local, state and national level are reporting on the declining birth rate in America after a new report from the CDC, and at the same time, a new study published in the journal Health Affairs shows the out-of-pocket cost for giving birth in America has gone up significantly in recent years.Read More
Planned Parenthood announced Wednesday a plan to open 50 health centers at Los Angeles high schools.
The nation’s largest abortion provider plans to spend millions to build “Wellbeing Centers” that target high schoolers in Los Angeles County and aims to “create a safe space in each school where students can receive the education and health services they need to lead healthy lives.”Read More
San Diego, Calif., Nov 25, 2019 / 12:01 pm (CNA).- The American Medical Association announced last week that it had adopted a number of new policies, including advocacy for a federal ban on “so-called reparative or conversion therapy for sexual orientation or gender identity.”
During the AMA interim meeting held in San Diego, the group’s policy-making body chose to “develop model state legislation” to ban health care providers from efforts to change sexual orientation or gender identity,” the group said in a Nov. 19 statement.Read More
An appeals court in New York recently handed down an emergency ruling that will keep the doors of a faith-based adoption agency open a little longer.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit issued an emergency order that stopped state officials from trying to shut down New Hope Family Services because it has a religious worldview and carries that worldview over into its policies regarding adoption placements and same-sex parents. This is just one in a series of similar cases nationwide, where local Democratic officials are using the government to purposely target faith-based adoption agencies for perceived “discrimination.”
Even though there are dozens of adoption agencies in New York, the New York State Office of Children and Family Services specifically targeted New Hope because it requires adopting families to consist of a married man and woman. The 2nd Circuit’s decision ensures that the agency can continue to work with families to place children in their homes, at least for now.
Chick-fil-A Inc. said its philanthropic arm will not donate next year to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes or the Salvation Army — which espouse or have been linked to anti-LGBTQ stances — as the chain of chicken restaurants continues to face public pressure about its charitable giving.Read More
Transgender athletes have drawn headlines in recent years for their victories in women’s sports, but most Americans aren’t fans. A Rasmussen Reports poll released Friday found that 51% of U.S. adults surveyed opposed allowing athletes compete on the basis of their gender identity, including biological males who participate in women’s and girls’ sports.
Only 29% supported “allowing transgender students to participate on the sports teams of the gender they identify with,” while 20% were undecided, the survey said.
The results of the poll, taken Oct. 31-Nov. 2, were virtually identical to a Rasmussen survey released in June, which found only 28% favored allowing transgender students “to participate on the sports team of the gender they identify with,” while 54% were opposed.Read More
Tinseltown’s abortion propaganda machine continued with the latest episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” about a pregnant mother who ingests herbs in order to self-induce an abortion.
According to Newsbusters, the November 7 episode featured a 25-year-old woman named Cassidy who is brought to the emergency room after a fall down her basement steps. The woman, who is 8-10 weeks pregnant, is disappointed to learn that the baby survived, and admits she ingested herbs to induce an abortion since she could not afford to visit a clinic.
In May this year the US Supreme Court ruled on two state laws limiting abortion; majorities upheld one law concerning the disposal of the remains of aborted foetuses, and rejected another preventing a woman having an abortion on eugenic grounds (sex, race or disability). In the process Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, a staunch upholder of abortion rights, took umbrage at Justice Clarence Thomas’s use of the word “mother” to describe a woman getting an abortion.Read More