From Rescuing Frozen Embryos to Respecting the Limits of Nature: Reframing the Embryo Adoption Debate
We can see the tip [of the abortion instrument] move back and forth as the abortionist seeks the child’s body. Once again we can see the child’s mouth wide open in a silent scream in this particular freeze frame. This is the silent scream of a child threatened imminently with extinction.
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