Babies learn to recognize words and sounds in the womb, scientists say. And the baby does so well at recognizing the words that he or she has memories of them after birth, research shows.
The rent-a-womb industry in India is an especially troubling form of biological colonialism. I write about it at some length in the Center for Bioethics and Culture newsletter.
A European grassroots initiative with the bold objective of protecting human life even in its most vulnerable embryonic state has gained considerable support across the continent – collecting over 850,000 signatures from a wide array of nations.
Preserving the memory of the victims of mass deportations and exterminations, while promoting a stronger rooting of democracy and a strengthening of peace and stability in the European continent.
Abortion advocates often use finances to explain why women need to be able to legally kill their unborn child. They bemoan the plight of low-income women, who can’t afford to have another child — and need taxpayers to pay for abortions because they can’t afford that, either.
Christenen voor de Waarheid hebben op een stand in Voorthuizen ruime aandacht gegeven aan het Europees burgerinitiatief Eén van ons. Dank jullie wel CFT!
Over 850,000 people have signed the petition to protect human embryos in Europe. Have you? Just a couple of minutes of your time will take us one step closer to getting the requisite 1 million signatures. Go to https://www.oneofus.org.uk/signnow and follow the few simple steps. The ‘One of Us’ campaign reminds us that we were all…
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers today lodged the following “Complaint Concerning Coercive Population Control” with the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: To the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW): I am the founder and president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, a non-profit, non-partisan international coalition to combat forced abortion, gendercide…
One of my friends, who doesn‘t really follow the biotech scene, said to me one time, “When you tell me to worry about it, I will worry about it.” I replied, “Worry. Now.”
Eugenics is evil in that it presumes that some human beings are better than others, and moreover, that we have a duty to control procreation to improve the human herd. In the USA, the first iteration of this great wrong–a political progressive project, by the way–led to hundreds of thousands of involuntary sterilizations. Not coincidentally, North Carolina…