Failed Abortion

16 November, 2017

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In 2000, 19-years-old Gianna Jessen explained her life to a of U.S. congressmen group: “my biological mother was 17 years old and was 7 and half months pregnant when she decided to abort me by the process of saline injection. I am the person that she aborted. I lived instead of dying. My mother was at the clinic and doctors programmed the abortion at 9 in the morning. Fortunately, the abortionist was not in the clinic when I was born at 6 am on April 6 1977. I hurried. I am sure that if he had been there, I wouldn’t be here today because his job is to end life and not save it. Some people say that I am a “failed abortion; the result of a badly done job.”

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A Possible AIDS Vaccine is Underway

27 October, 2017

   The Institute of IrsiCaixa AIDS Research, in collaboration with researchers from the National Research Council (CSIC) and the University of Heidelberg (Germany), has come up with a possible AIDS vaccine. The team’s findings are published in the “PLoS Biology” Journal. Read the rest of this entry »


TS OF THE JUDGMENT OF THE USA

27 October, 2017

   The June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States made a judgement that the conjugal union between people of the same sex could not be prevented because it was unfair discrimination that goes against the US Constitution; the decision was taken by 5 votes in favor and 4 against, and the consequences are that all States of the Union must accept in their legal systems the fact of marriage between homosexuals, as an accepted fact and protected by the law. Read the rest of this entry »


Monogamy , marital fidelity and sexual abstinence

27 October, 2017

   Monogamy , marital fidelity and sexual abstinence are the weapons to fight AIDS.

   The singer and political activist Bob Geldof (pictured) , at a meeting of the British Labour Party, praised for AIDS policy stating that “monogamy , fidelity in marriage and abstinence are the most effective weapons to combat AIDS – rather, to ensure that the disease does not progress – “. Read the rest of this entry »


The Morning-After Pill causes thrombosis

27 October, 2017

   Edward Korman, judge of the Eastern District of New York, has decided that the morning-after pill (MAP) shall be delivered without a prescription to women of all ages in the United States. This court decision forces the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to provide, without any restriction, the morning after pill (MAP) and other so-called emergency contraceptives to be sold in North America. Read the rest of this entry »


46 million children

27 October, 2017

   46 million children receive single-sex education in 70 countries worldwide.

   “We meet with each student every three or four weeks, with parents, three times during the academic year, but these meetings often defer to another date if the father and mother can not go together. We have found that schools that educate boys and girls in separate classrooms enjoy better academic results”, says Dobrochna Lama, Strumienie’s school headmistress in Józefów, a village near Warsaw (Poland). Read the rest of this entry »


TWO PEARLS OF EDUCATION FOR CITIZENSHIP

26 October, 2017

   I will tell you two pearls related by two fathers. The first one is:
   A ten-year-old child asks his father:
– Dad, when I grow what will I be? Man or woman? Read the rest of this entry »