Is one of many slogans a group called Feminists for Life is posting on college campuses nationwide in an effort to reach young women who traditionally equate feminism with reproductive-rights. One in five abortions is performed on a college student, so Feminists for Life wants to challenge philosophy on campuses and serve as a guide to pregnancy resources. The group has enlisted actress Patricia Healey of the TV show Everybody Loves Raymond to serve as its honorary chairwoman, and has designed a series of posters and an ad campaign similar to the anti-smoking "truth" campaign in its rebellious tone and style. "College students are constantly told to challenge the status quo," said Serrin M. Foster, president of Feminists for Life. "Twenty-seven years after the Roe v. Wade decision, abortion has become the status quo."
George says the abortion battle is too lucrative
According to George magazine, both pro-life and pro-choice lobbies make too much money to truly work for a national resolution of abortion issues. Some of George's numbers are compelling: pro-life organizations draw at least $500 million and pro-choice groups draw about $660 million a year. "If Abortion Inc. were a company, those revenues would place it among the top 1,000 corporations in America today," the author writes. But eventually the article's premise begins to unravel. You could just as easily argue that the pro-life and pro-choice movements are so heavily funded because there is little ideological ground for a consensus palatable to both positions.
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