Pro-life camapigner hit with hefty £25k bill after failed bid to prosecute ‘gender abortion...

Apr 2, 2015 by

From Manchester Evening News: A Christian pro-life campaigner faces a £25,000 bill after a failed bid to prosecute a doctor accused of offering an abortion based on a baby’s gender. Dr Prabha Sivaraman faced trial after allegedly being filmed in a sting by a national newspaper offering a termination based on an unborn child’s sex. The Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case in 2013 after deciding it was ‘not in the public interest’ to pursue, and it was taken over by pro-life campaigner...

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Gender (Physical), Gender (Social) and Gender (Legal)

Mar 27, 2015 by

From gentlemind: I am content with my insights into Gender, but there is a need to find better ways to describe them. This essay untangles three different uses of the name ‘gender’ and shows that the relationship between Gender and law is generally misunderstood. Sexuality If an orange could know it is an orange, it could have a relationship with its orange-ness. A banana could not because no banana has orange-ness. Sexuality denotes a person’s relationship with himself/herself regarding...

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‘Door wide open’ to gender abortion as CPS blocks prosecution of doctors, campaigners claim

Mar 16, 2015 by

By John Bingham, Telegraph: Prosecutors have been accused of leaving the door “wide open” for gender abortion in Britain after blocking an attempt to bring charges against two doctors accused of agreeing terminations based on the sex of unborn baby girls. Dr Prabha Sivaraman and Dr Palaniappan Rajmohan were facing the first ever private prosecution on gender abortion charges after being filmed apparently agreeing to arrange terminations because of the gender of the foetus in an undercover...

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‘Door wide open’ to gender abortion as CPS blocks prosecution of doctors, campaigners claim

Mar 14, 2015 by

By John Bingham, Telegraph: Prosecutors have been accused of leaving the door “wide open” for gender abortion in Britain after blocking an attempt to bring charges against two doctors accused of agreeing terminations based on the sex of unborn baby girls. Dr Prabha Sivaraman and Dr Palaniappan Rajmohan were facing the first ever private prosecution on gender abortion charges after being filmed apparently agreeing to arrange terminations because of the gender of the foetus in an undercover...

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EU Parliament to vote on the “right to abortion”

Mar 7, 2015 by

The European Parliament is about to vote on two reports that contain paragraphs that promote a so-called “right to abortion”. If these paragraphs are adopted, the European Parliament would both express support for abortion on behalf of the EU and overstep the competence of the EU, thereby treading on the principle of subsidiarity. On 10 December 2013 the European Parliament rejected the so-called Estrela Report on “Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights” (SRHR). In its place, the Members of...

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Pro-abortion buffer-zone campaign is money-driven and anti-women

Mar 4, 2015 by

By John Smeaton, SPUC: The abortion industry’s “Back Off” campaign is a money-driven exercise designed to stop women receiving help to avoid abortions. Paul Tully,SPUC‘s general secretary, told the media this morning: “The campaign against these pro-life counsellors is being supported and run by private abortion clinics and others with financial interests in abortion. They do not want women getting help to avoid abortions. The abortion industry is losing money,...

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