On September 18th, Netflix released a documentary about abortion called “Reversing Roe.” I watched it, hoping that it was made in an unbiased
When we make the Equal Rights Argument, pro-choice people tend to respond with an alternative definition of personhood, usually an attribute
There is a long list of steps pro-life advocates would like to see their pastor take to stop abortion, and, unfortunately, pastors find that
The way our society uses the word “shaming” is complicated. In this article I discuss three different types of shaming and how they relate
Every other Tuesday we publish a new episode of the Equipped for Life Podcast, available to everyone who purchases our course, “Equipped for
Yesterday I had the opportunity to catch up with one of my closest childhood friends. Our conversation quickly turned to the election because
I want to share one more dialogue story from our outreach last month at Aquinas College. Two fantastic students from the Students for Life club
Don’t you hate it when your honest clarification question is mistaken for the start of a fallacious argument? Almost every time in the last
Trigger warning: This post details our experience of going to a museum exhibit that featured preserved bodies of actual miscarried unborn children.
A woman in Indianapolis was jailed last week for feticide. This is the story of a pro-choice redditor who looked into the details of the conviction
Lately at Equal Rights Institute we have been emphasizing the importance of showing compassion to people, listening to them, and loving them.
The Justice for All philosophy team has been utilizing an argument that should be used by the entire prolife movement because the results have
It was Spring, 2010. I was at Pasadena City College with Justice for All. I was standing inside the barricades protecting the large 18-foot-tall
It’s Election Day on Tuesday. (Not a Calvinist holiday. People are voting in booths…)
Eighteen months ago I met a pro-choice atheist lesbian named Deanna.