Life changes

"Life changes" Continued...

Issue: "Pro-baby," Jan. 30, 2010

Abortion in Britain

The rest of the world should note what Britain is doing to combat teen pregnancy and abortion-and should perhaps do the opposite. Britain now has the highest rate of abortion in Europe, with the abortion rate for teenage girls increasing by nearly a third over the past decade, and half of teenage pregnancies ending in abortion. The government is responding with calls for more sex education, making sex education mandatory at age 15 although the legal age of consent in Britain is 16. Parents are no longer allowed to have their children opt out of sex education, and faith-based schools are now required to teach it.

Other Roe v. Wade articles in this issue:

A pro-baby wave | Optimistic signs point to a changing abortion debate | Marvin Olasky
Learning to wait | Denied federal funds, abstinence educators plan next moves | William McCleery
'Look after orphans' | Twenty ways to become an adoption-friendly church | Paul Golden
Chemical reaction | The drug RU486 gives women the option of abortion in privacy | Alisa Harris
Eyewitnesses | Ultrasound technology is one reason more Americans are becoming pro-life | Alisa Harris

Finding searchers | Pregnancy centers buy Google real estate to reach abortion-minded women | Emily Belz
Higher learning? | Catholic colleges have become training ground for pro-abortion politicians | Anne Hendershott
Called to a cause | The pro-life movement won over Marjorie Dannenfelser, and now she's working to help it win over Congress | Marvin Olasky
'It all clicked together' | How one Christian volunteer found herself in the right place at the right time at a crisis pregnancy center in Texas | Susan Olasky
The telltale protests | The abortion issue did not die after Roe v. Wade | Andrée Seu

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