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Pro-choicers pushing illegal abortions?

Posted in Abortion Film, Abortion Funding, Abortion pill, Illegal abortion, National Network of Abortion Funds, Pro-choice law breakers, Pro-choice support of abortionists with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 20, 2014 by saynsumthn

A pro-choice abortion group has filmed themselves crossing the border to buy Misoprostol, an ulcer drug that is used off-label to induce abortions.

Texas Side Abortion Pills

According to a blog post published by Jill Stanek, Dawn Porter and members of the National Network of Abortion Funds traveled to Texas where they filmed themselves crossing the Mexican border to buy Misoprostol, an ulcer drug that is used off-label to induce abortions.

Group that went for Ab ills May 30 2014

Misoprostol is available only by prescription in the U.S. and can only be dispensed by doctors for abortions. But it can be purchased over-the-counter in Mexico.

Mexico Abortion Pills

After the purchase, NNAF tweeted photos, along with instructions on how to use Misoprostol illegally to self-induce an abortion…

Aquired in mexico May 30 2014

Stanek points out that, now that legal abortion is becoming scarcer in places, proponents are reversing course and promoting the very same illegal abortions they protested against four decades ago.

NNAF actually hosts a web page explaining how to use Misoprostol illegally, with instructions to lie to medical staff at the hospital emergency room one drags herself to.

Abortion Pills

Stanek’s full blog post on this topic is worth reading- see it here.

You may be interested in knowing that the NNAF has confirmed that legal abortion is all about profit anyway- see more in my post here !

Make note that the promotion of unsafe “illegal” abortion has always come from the same crowd tat promotes “legal” abortion.

Planned Parenthood + NARAL not pro-choice on NBC’s refusal to run abortion film ad

Posted in Abortion Film, NARAL with tags , , , , , on June 24, 2014 by saynsumthn

The largest abortion lobbying group NARAL is livid that NBC has refused to run ads for the radically pro-abortion film- Obvious Child.

Ilyse G. Hogue, President, NARAL Pro-Choice America sent out a letter expressing her outrage which states, “NBC has decided that “abortion” is a dirty word. Sources report that NBC is refusing to run ads for the critically acclaimed movie Obvious Child unless they edit out any mention of the word “abortion,”1 even though that’s what the entire movie is about — a woman’s completely normal experience with abortion. Since when did “abortion” become one of the words you can’t say in an ad? Especially when it seems like you can’t make it through 30 minutes of prime time without seeing an ad for Viagra warning about erections lasting longer than four hours. This is outrageous — that’s why we started a petition to tell NBC: “Abortion is not a dirty word. Stop censoring ads for the movie Obvious Child.” Can you sign the petition and share it with your friends?”

NARAL NBC ADs Obvious Child

Obvious Child is sold as an abortion comedy where the star of the film decides to have an abortion. The pro-choice community is praising the film and seem to be as excited about Obvious Child as they were when Emily Letts filmed her own abortion.

Obvious Child Poster

Planned Parenthood ad NARAL are doing happy flips over Obvious Child as I detail here.

Planned Parenthood reports that NBC reportedly refused to run the sot because the ad included the word “abortion,” with sources saying that they found the “subject matter was inappropriate for viewers.”

According to Deadline.com, Planned Parenthood says it has thousands of signatures on a petition chastising NBC for their refusal to run an ad.

Deadline.com reports that an informed source says a media buyer did approach NBC about running an ad for Obvious Child on its air, on behalf of the movie’s distributor. NBC has issued a statement saying, “No final spots were submitted to NBC broadcast standards for on-air consideration and NBC Broadcast Advertising Sales was never contacted about a media buy on NBC for spots related to this movie. Moreover, initial feedback from our broadcast standards group did not include any suggestion to remove a specific word.

“It’s outrageous that a major network would choose to censor mentions about abortion,” Planned Parenthood said in its petition.

PP Obvious Child NBC Petition